Monthly Archives: October 2012

Today’s Sermon: Consuming Christ

I thank God for all members who came out to celebrate the Holy  Communion today.  May the Lord keep us all safe through Hurricane Sandy.  Over 40 people had died so far from this storm when it hit the Caribbean.  … Continue reading

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Sunday School Lesson for 28 October

Philip and the Ethiopian Eunuch (Acts 8:26-39) In last week’s lesson, Philip (the Deacon) was part of a growing church in Samaria.  He had even led a sorcerer to believe in Jesus.  Yet, he is led by an angel to a desert … Continue reading

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Singing Hymns & Spiritual Songs

Special thanks to the Trinity Baptist Church Sanctuary Choir and the James H. Carter Men’s Chorus for lending their voices to sister churches in King William County.  The Men’s Chorus offered music at Gethsemane Baptist Church on Sunday, October 21st for … Continue reading

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Sunday School Anniversary Breakfast

21 October What could be better than a good breakfast?  How about a good breakfast and fellowship at the same time?  The Sunday School Department gathered together teachers and students for a morning meal of eggs, sausage, bacon, fried apples … Continue reading

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