This Week at City Church

At Citychurch, everything revolves around our one sentence purpose statement: to extend the glory of God by making disciples through the gospel of Jesus Christ.  This vision translates for us into three key values; gospelcommunity, and mission.  Our weekly updates are designed to keep this focus.

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One of the greatest preachers of all time, Charles Spurgeon, used to read through the entire Bible four times a year, every year!  Rather than think it got old, he quoted, “Nobody ever outgrows Scripture; the book widens and deepens with our years.”   

So, let’s steel ourselves to this week’s Community Bible Readings (CBR):  
Mar 26 — Isaiah 52, Romans 9;  
Mar 27 — Isaiah 53, Romans 10;  
Mar 28 — Isaiah 54, Romans 11;
Mar 29 — Isaiah 55,  Romans 12;
Mar 30 — Isaiah 56,  Romans 13; and
Mar 31 — Psalm 117.   

Remember, if you wish to share your thoughts and questions on the Bible, contact the church office to hook with an individual or an on-line text group (info@citychurch.org).

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This week is our Men’s study night, which will meet at 6:30 PM on Tuesday night at the church.  All men are invited to attend to study and focus on the sermon from Sunday!

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As always, keep in mind that the “Legacy” youth ministry for grades 6-12 and meets every Thursday at the church from 6:30-8:30. Contact youth pastor Kevin Garza (kevin@citychurchpa.org) at the church office if you have any questions.  

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An important fellowship experience is coming up on April 15thright after church.  We will be having our Easter SundayPotluck. Please sign up at the Guest Table at the entrance to the sanctuary for a dish to share. And make sure you invite a friend to attend!

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This Sunday we will celebrate Easter, and we hope to have a full house! Everyone on the service team, whether they are scheduled to serve or not, should be open to jump in case we have a need for more help (which would be a good thing!) Remember also, “the earlier you come, the further away you should park.”   
 

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In keeping with our prayers for the church at large, and especially our partners in Acts 29, we praying this week for Grace Chapel, Durban, South Africa.

 

 

We are especially praying for their youth leader Bruce Chimani, a Zimbabwean who is serving there while enrolled in the Acts 29 Africa Academy.  Citychurch has been helping fund Bruce in his studies in the A29 Academy.  Pray for him as he grows in ministry experience and knowledge of the Word of God. 

This Week at City Church

At Citychurch, everything revolves around our one sentence purpose statement: To extend the glory of God by making disciples through the gospel of Jesus Christ.  
This vision translates for us into three key values; gospelcommunity, and mission
Our weekly updates are designed to keep this focus.

The great Reformed theologian that Pastor Raphael loves to quote, John Calvin, said the Bible is like eyeglasses that allow us to see God and without the spectacles of Scripture, we are like an old person with blurry vision and unable to see God or see God in Creation.

So, let’s put on our glasses this week as we read together this week’s Community Bible Readings (CBR): 
Mar 19 — Isaiah 47, Romans 4; 
Mar 20 — Isaiah 48, Romans 5; 
Mar 21 — Isaiah 49,Rpmans 6;
Mar 22 — Isaiah 50,  Romans 7;
Mar 23 — Isaiah 51,  Romans 8; and
Mar 24 — Psalm 116.  

Remember, if you wish to share your thoughts and questions on the Bible, contact the church office to hook with an individual or anon-line text group (info@citychurch.org). 

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This week is our Home Study Week, meeting at five locations on four days of the week throughout the area. If you do not belong to a group and would like to join one, check out your options under the "Home Groups" tab. 

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Our annual Easter potluck is coming up on April 15th right after the morning service! Check out the guest table to sign up and bring a dish to share! 

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As always, keep in mind that the “Legacy” youth ministry for grades 6-12 and meets every Thursday at the church from 6:30-8:30pm. Contact youth pastor Kevin Garza (kevin@citychurchpa.org) with any questions! 

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This past Sunday, we had our first service “upstairs” in almost two years, and are so excited to see God's faithfulness at work! We would like to again remind everyone about parking — “the earlier you come, park further away.” There is parking across the street in the parking lot on 4th Street. Also, we are going to need more volunteers for greeting as we must direct people to the front door. We can always use more help with CityKidz, too! Please keep these matters in mind, especially as Easter Sunday approaches.    

Throughout this year, we are praying for other churches that we have some connection.  This week we want to pray for a new church that is starting in Baltimore, Maryland — Epiphany Church.  It is pastored by Charlie Mitchel and Trevor Chin.  Charlie served under Doug Logan in Camden, NJ for two years and is joined with Trevor who is an accomplished musician that has produced tracks for national recording artists.  Trevor has been chairman of the launch team for the new church.  They have asked for prayer for their leadership team, for good relationships with the neighbors to the church, and for their upcoming Sunday launch service.  

This Week At City Church

At Citychurch, everything revolves around our one sentence purpose statement: to extend the glory of God by making disciples through the gospel of Jesus Christ. This vision translates for us into three key values; gospelcommunity, and mission. Our weekly updates are designed to keep this focus.

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Don't forget, this coming Sunday will be our BIG MOVE to the upstairs sanctuary! Invite a friend and continue to pray as we make this transition!

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As the weather gets warmer, warm your heart with the Word of God.  

This week’s Community Bible Readings (CBR):  
Mar 12 — Isaiah 42, Acts 27;  
Mar 13 — Isaiah 43, Acts 28;  
Mar 14 — Isaiah 44, Rpmans 1;
Mar 15 — Isaiah 45,  Romans 2;
Mar 16 — Isaiah 46,  Romans 3; and
Mar 17 — Psalm 115.  

If you wish to share your thoughts and questions on the Bible, contact the church office to hook with an individual or an on-line text group (info@citychurch.org).

This week it is the Ladies Study on Tuesday night, at the church, 6:30 PM. Ladies, bring your bible and an open heart. We will be reviewing the message from Sunday morning! 

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Keep in mind, “Legacy” is the youth ministry for grades 6-12 and meets every Thursday at the church from 6:30-8:30. Contact youth pastor, Kevin Garza (Kevin@citychurchpa.org), if you have any questions.

Our Annual Easter Potluck is coming up on April 15th! Check out the guest table on Sunday to sign up and bring a dish to share!

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This coming Sunday is our big “Moving On Up” Service. There is still an abundance of work that needs to be done before Sunday, so if you have any time you can give, please contact the church office or Earl Neff directly (570-279-7254) if you can help out.  

Remember to invite a friend this Sunday and especially for Easter Sunday on April 1st!

Throughout this year, we are praying for other churches that we have some connection.This week we want to pray for the church-planting network which our church belong, Acts 29. This is a unique network in that it exists to fulfill the great commission of Jesus Christ through discipleship that involves planting churches. City Church has been blessed by the encouragement and support of other Acts 29 churches, and we have similarly helped other such churches in the network. Pray for this work in which we partner that now has nearly 1000 churches located on six continents!

This Week at City Church

 At Citychurch, everything revolves around our one sentence purpose statement: to extend the glory of God by making disciples through the gospel of Jesus Christ. This vision translates for us into three key values; gospelcommunity, and mission. Our weekly updates are designed to keep this focus.

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At  third-year celebration on Sunday, Pastor Raphael asked the elders, Earl Neff and Larry Stout, to share the highlights of the past.  Both men focused on the gospel-centered growth seen in our church community.  Larry noted how amazing it is that so many in the church are participating in daily Bible reading together.  Let us continue to build on this strong foundation in our church and keep the Word of God first and foremost in our hearts!  

This week’s Community Bible Readings (CBR):  Mar 5 — Isaiah 37, Acts 22;  Mar 6 — Isaiah 38, Acts 23;  Mar 7 — Isaiah 39, Acts 24; Mar 8 — Isaiah 40,  Acts 25; Mar 9 — Isaiah 41,  Acts 26; and Mar 10 — Psalm 114.  

Nothing strengthens your study as much as having someone or a group to share your thoughts and questions with on the Bible.  If you would like to share your thoughts virtually with an on-line text group, contact the church office (info@citychurch.org). 

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This week our Home Groups will be meeting on different days and at five locations and throughout our area.  

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This week all the groups will be reviewing the message from our guest speaker, Doug Logan, on “Jesus on the Grind,” taken from Mark 6:30-44.  It was an extremely powerful message, and it can accessed from the church’s website, citychurch.org, under “resources.” 

“Legacy” is the youth ministry for grades 6-12 and meets every Thursday at the church from 6:30-8:30pm. If you have questions, contact our youth pastor Kevin Garza - Kevin@citychurchpa.org.

 

The church is planning on moving the services upstairs in just two weeks! This will be two weeks before Easter which is on April 1st. Two HUGE requests:  First, there will be work parties on Saturday for the next two weeks. If you can give an hour or two to help, please, please, please consider coming out. It would be greatly appreciated. Also, pray about who to invite to our “Coming Up” Party. We would like to have the largest attendance ever for our Easter Service!  

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Throughout this year, we are praying for other churches that we have some connection. This week we want to pray for our guest pastor, Doug Logan, and his church, Epiphany Fellowship Church in Camden, New Jersey. There motto is “On the block, in the city, showing off the glory of Christ.”  Camden is a very, very rough mission field, but hope is emerging as the past year was the lowest murder rate Camden has seen in 30 years. The Wall Street Journal article noting this drop credits it to a “new community spirit.” The work of Epiphany Fellowship certainly has a hand in that!  Keep them in your prayers this week.

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We are praying

for Epiphany Church

This Week at City Church

At City Church, everything revolves around our one sentence purpose statement: to extend the glory of God by making disciples through the gospel of Jesus Christ.  This vision translates for us into three key values; gospel, community, and mission.  Our weekly updates are designed to keep this focus. 

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In remembrance of the departure of that great servant of God, Billy Graham, who quoted, "The word of God hidden in the heart is a stubborn voice to suppress." -

Lots of good readings in this week’s Community Bible Readings (CBR)! Feb 26 — Isaiah 32, Acts 17; Feb 27 — Isaiah 33, Acts 18;  Feb 28 — Isaiah 34, Acts 19; Mar 1 — Isaiah 35,  Acts 20; Mar 2 — Isaiah 36,  Acts 21; and Mar 3 — Psalm 113. 

Try to find someone who you share these readings.  If you would like to share your thoughts virtually with an on-line text group, contact the church office (info@citychurch.org). 

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Small groups are an important part of our ministry activity, and this includes home groups as well as men and women’s groups.  This week on Tuesday, Feb 27th, the men will come together at City Church at 6:30pm.  We will be reviewing the message from Sunday on Romans 8:28-30 and praying together for each other.  All men are encouraged to come out.  

Reminder: “Legacy” is the new youth ministry for grades 6-12 and meets every Thursday at the church from 6:30-8:30.  If you have questions, contact our youth pastor Kevin Garza - Kevin@citychurchpa.org.

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The church is planning on moving the services upstairs on March 18th!  This will be two weeks before Easter which is on April 1st. We are asking every member to consider inviting or bringing someone new to church in the next few weeks. We would like to have the largest attendance ever for our Easter Service!  

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We are praying

For Restoration Church

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Throughout this year, we are praying for other churches that we have some connection.  This week we are praying for Rick Rivera, pastor of Restoration Community Church in the Bronx, New York. Rick especially asked for prayer for a space for them to worship together, and also that God would continue to cause increase in their membership.   

This Week at City Church

 At Citychurch, everything revolves around our one sentence purpose statement: to extend the glory of God by making disciples through the gospel of Jesus Christ.  This vision translates for us into three key values; gospel, community, and mission.  Our weekly updates are designed to keep this focus. 

  In remembrance of George Washington’s birthday on February 22th,  Make sure you are doing what God wants you to do — then do it with all your strength.”  We know what God wants us to do from reading His Word!    This week’s Community Bible Readings (CBR) are:     Feb 19 — Isaiah 27, Acts 12;      Feb 20 — Isaiah 28, Acts 13;      Feb 21 — Isaiah 29, Acts 14;     Feb 22 — Isaiah 30, Acts 15;     Feb 23 — Isaiah 31, Acts 16;     Feb 24 — Psalm 112.         There are two ways you can share your thoughts on these readings. One is at 9:15am, Sundays at the church, led by Larry Stout, in the downstairs Legacy Room. You can also share your thoughts virtually with an on-line text group.  There are several, so contact the church office to get plugged into one.      Remember: you can always listen to the message on-line!  This is especially important for those becoming part of home groups as the Sunday message will be a fundamental part of our discussions together. 

In remembrance of George Washington’s birthday on February 22th, Make sure you are doing what God wants you to do — then do it with all your strength.” We know what God wants us to do from reading His Word!

This week’s Community Bible Readings (CBR) are:

Feb 19 — Isaiah 27, Acts 12; 

Feb 20 — Isaiah 28, Acts 13; 

Feb 21 — Isaiah 29, Acts 14;

Feb 22 — Isaiah 30, Acts 15;

Feb 23 — Isaiah 31, Acts 16;

Feb 24 — Psalm 112.   

There are two ways you can share your thoughts on these readings. One is at 9:15am, Sundays at the church, led by Larry Stout, in the downstairs Legacy Room. You can also share your thoughts virtually with an on-line text group.  There are several, so contact the church office to get plugged into one.  

Remember: you can always listen to the message on-line! This is especially important for those becoming part of home groups as the Sunday message will be a fundamental part of our discussions together. 

  Reminder to those serving in Citychurch and come early to church on Sunday morning.  Consider a rule of thumb that may be tough to swallow, but it is a sign of service — the earlier you arrive, the further away you should park.  This will help free up space in our parking lot, especially for late comers.  Think “community” in the way your park your car!      “Legacy” is the new youth ministry for grades 6-12 and meets every Thursday at the church from 6:30-8:30.  If you have questions, contact our youth pastor Kevin Garza -  Kevin@citychurchpa.org      This week is our Home Group Week — it is not too late to check one out if you are not signed up! 

Reminder to those serving in Citychurch and come early to church on Sunday morning.  Consider a rule of thumb that may be tough to swallow, but it is a sign of service — the earlier you arrive, the further away you should park.  This will help free up space in our parking lot, especially for late comers.  Think “community” in the way your park your car!  

“Legacy” is the new youth ministry for grades 6-12 and meets every Thursday at the church from 6:30-8:30.  If you have questions, contact our youth pastor Kevin Garza - Kevin@citychurchpa.org

This week is our Home Group Week — it is not too late to check one out if you are not signed up! 

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Penn College's CRU (Campus Crusade for Christ) is in need of your help! If you're interested in volunteering for this event or have questions, contact Nate Lyon - nhl3@pct.edu

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We are part of the Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20) which is a call to the church to take the gospel to the whole world. We cannot physically go to the ends of the earth, but we can actively pray for those who do. This week we are praying for Scott Zeller, who is planting Redeemer Church in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Scott is specifically focusing on immigrants from the Philippines who speak Tagalog (primary language for a quarter of Filipinos and second language for the majority of them).  Pray for Scott in his current efforts in raising up elders for this new church plant. 

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This Week at City Church

At City Church, everything revolves around our one sentence purpose statement: to extend the glory of God by making disciples through the gospel of Jesus Christ.  This vision translates for us into three key values; gospel, community, and mission.  Our weekly updates are designed to keep this focus.

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In remembrance of Abraham Lincoln’s birthday on February 12th,  I believe the Bible is the best gift God has ever given to man.  All the good from The Savior of the world is communicated to us through this Book.”

This week’s Community Bible Readings (CBR) are: Feb 12 — Isaiah 22, Acts 7;  Feb 13 — Isaiah 23, Acts 8;  Feb 14 — Isaiah 24, Acts 9; Feb 15 — Isaiah 25, Acts 10; Feb 16 — Isaiah 26, Acts 11; and Feb 17 — Psalm 111.  There are two ways you can share your thoughts on these readings.  One is at 9:15 Sundays at the church, led by Larry Stout.  You can also share your thoughts virtually with an on-line text group.  There are several, so call the church office to get plugged into one.  

Remember: you can always listen to the message on-line by accessing the church’s website, citychurchpa.org (listed under “Resources.”)  This is especially important for those becoming part of home groups as the Sunday message will be a fundamental part of our discussions together. 

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Serving in Citychurch includes many small but important things — like where to park!  If you arrive before 10:00, please consider parking on the street or at the parking lot across the street.  In the past couple of weeks, those arriving right around 10:30 cannot find a parking spot, and are forced to park further away, which makes them even later for the church service.  So, think “community” in the way your park your car!  

This week it is Ladies Study at church on Tuesday night at 6:30pm. You can still sign up for home groups that meet on the 1st and 3rd weeks of the month!

For those interested in becoming members of the church, we are holding “Discover Citychurch” classes before church at 9:00 in the upstairs meeting room, for the remainder of February.  For more info, go to the website, citychurchpa.org and under “New Here” click on “Covenant Membership.”  

And don’t forget, all those in grades 6-12 — “Legacy” is the new youth ministry and meets every Thursday at the church from 6:30-8:30.  If you have questions, contact our youth pastor Kevin Garza.  

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We are putting a strong focus this year on praying for other churches, especially for church plants and re-replants such as City Church.  This week we are lifting up a church plant, Gospel Community Church in Providence, Rhode Island that was just launched in September of 2017.  Tim and Brittaine Moroz are leading a team that has strategically picked Providence for its impact in that region.  They have a challenge as this city is statistically the third-least Bible minded city in America.  Pray for this new gospel-centered work to get effectively established and grow for the sake of the Kingdom of God.

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This Week at City Church

At City Church, everything revolves around our one sentence purpose statement: to extend the glory of God by making disciples through the gospel of Jesus Christ. This vision translates for us into three key values; gospel, community, and mission.  Our weekly updates are designed to keep this focus. 

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In remembrance of Black Heritage Month, a quote from that great American botanist and inventor, George Washington Carver, “The secret of my success?  It is simple.  It is found in the BIBLE, ‘In all our ways acknowledge Him and He shall direct your paths.’” (Proverbs 3:6)  Keep this in mind as we continue to read the Scriptures as a church community.  

This week’s Community Bible Readings (CBR) are: Feb 5 — Isaiah 17, Acts 2;  Feb 6 — Isaiah 18, Acts 3;  Feb 7 — Isaiah 19, Acts 4; Feb 8— Isaiah 20, Acts 5; Feb 9 — Isaiah 21, Acts 6; and Feb 10 — Psalm 110.  Get plugged into the “community” part of the CBR by sharing your thoughts and also learning from others from these readings with a text group.  Call the church office to get plugged in.  

We realize that weather and other conditions sometime prevent making it to church on Sunday, and though nothing substitutes for the fellowship of worship with other believes, it is still possible to listen to the message on-line! This is especially important for those becoming part of home groups as the Sunday message will be a fundamental part of our discussions together. 

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This week we are beginning our five new home group meetings located in Williamsport, South Williamsport, Montoursville, and Trout Run. It is not too late to sign up!    

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Due to weather, we rescheduled to this Sunday for our “Pizza with the Pastor” (and elders) after church for those interested in the possibility of joining City Church. Even for those who just have questions, we invite you to this event to learn more about the church. 

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Also beginning this week will be our new “Discover City Church” for those interested in becoming Covenant Members of our church. Go to “New Here” and click on “Covenant Membership” for more info! To sign up for the class, contact the church office. 

Attention youth in grades 6-12! LEGACY is the new youth ministry and meets every Thursday at the church from 6:30-8:30pm.  If you have questions, contact our youth pastor Kevin Garza - Kevin@citychurchpa.org

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City Church is part of the Acts 29, which is a network of churches that plant churches.  A partner church in the network is Portico Church in Charlottesville, Virginia whose lead pastor is Chris Atwell.  Keep them in your prayers this week as they join with us in a becoming and replicating gospel-focused, spirit-empowered, community-based churches.  

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This Week at City Church

At Citychurch, everything revolves around our one sentence purpose statement: To extend the glory of God by making disciples through the gospel of Jesus Christ.  
This vision translates for us into three key values; gospelcommunity, and mission
Our weekly updates are designed to keep this focus.

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One of the blessings of daily Bible readings is as Augustine once wrote, “The Holy Scriptures are our letters from home.”   This week’s Community Bible Readings (CBR) are:

Jan 29 — Isaiah 12, Luke 21; 
Jan 30— Isaiah 13, Luke 22; 
Jan 31 — Isaiah 14, Luke 23;
Feb 1— Isaiah 15, Luke 24;
Feb 2 — Isaiah 16, John 1 (read twice :); and
Feb 3 — Psalm 109. 

Do you want to share your thoughts or from others on these readings?  Contact the church office to sign up for a text group.  

At City Church, we believe that the Sunday message is one of the primary means of grace that the Lord ministers to His people.  We will be discussing the Sunday message during our upcoming home meetings.  Anyone who misses church or is involved in ministry activity during the message can listen to the message online by accessing the church’s website or the church app: Citychurchpa. 

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This weekend we are having our annual Marriage Conference, Friday from 7-10 PM and Saturday from 9-12.  It is not too late to sign up, but contact the church office immediately to get a spot!  

This coming Sunday we will be hosting a “Pizza with the Pastor” (and elders) after church for those interested in the possibility of joining Citychurch.  Even for those who just have questions, we invite you to this event to learn more about the church.  

Attention youth in grades 6-12!  “Legacy” is the new youth ministry and meets every Thursday at the church from 6:30-8:30.  If you have questions, contact our youth pastor Kevin Garza. 

Beginning next week will be five new home meetings located in Williamsport, South Williamsport, Montoursville and Trout Run on Tuesday and Thursday nights. For more details, contact the church office.  

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Citychurch is part of the Acts 29, which is a network of churches that plant churches.  We are praying this week for a partner church, Grace Chapel in Durban, South Africa pastored by Sihle Xulu.  Sihle spoke at Citychurch on October 3rd of last year.  His church is also working with a young man named Bruce who is part of the Acts 29 Academy (a pastoral training program in Africa), who has plans to plant a church in Zimbabwe.  May God bless the work of Sihle and his pastoral trainee, Bruce. Below is a picture of Bruce as he just completed his January theological training which City Church is paying for his tuition! 

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This Week at City Church

 At Citychurch, everything revolves around our one sentence purpose statement: To extend the glory of God by making disciples through the gospel of Jesus Christ.  
This vision translates for us into three key values; gospelcommunity, and mission
Our weekly updates are designed to keep this focus.

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More and more in our church are discovering the joy in participating in the Community Bible Reading (CBR) Plan. Journals can be purchased for $10/each at the church bookstore, but anyone can participate on their own. 

This week the lessons are:
Jan 22 — Isaiah 7, Luke 16; 
Jan 23— Isaiah 8, Luke 17; 
Jan 24 — Isaiah 9, Luke 18;
Jan 25 — Isaiah 10, Luke 19; 
Jan 26 — Isaiah 11, Luke 20;
Jan 27th  — Psalm 108. 

Read with ACTS in mind; adoration (identifying those areas to praise the Father for His attributes and actions; confession (recognizing areas that need to be confessed to God as sin); thanksgiving (for his salvation past, present, and future), and supplication (ask the Lord to transform you in particular ways). (Note: those interested in sharing their reflections on their weekly readings in the CBR should consider attending the Adult Study that meets at 9:15 AM and goes to 10:00 on Sunday morning in the City Gate Room (end of the hallway past the Men’s Room downstairs).  

** Reminder to anyone who misses church that they can listen to the message on-line by accessing the church’s website, citychurchpa.org.  

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 Don't forget to sign up!

Don't forget to sign up!

February will be here shortly and there are two big events awaiting. First, there will be a Marriage Conference held on the weekend of February 2-3rd. This is for all those who are married or those who are thinking about marriage. Signup sheets are located at the Welcome Table at the entranceway of the church.  

Also beginning in February we will be starting up our home groups again.  There will be five groups meeting in various locations. The design of these groups will be to meet weekly/biweekly and discuss together the sermon series delivered on Sundays.  Signup sheets are located in the back of the church.  

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 One good question everyone should ask themselves, “in what way am I helping City Church fulfill it’s mission?”  (Note: The stated mission is to “extend the glory of God by making disciples through the gospel of Jesus Christ.”  We consider this so important, we remind you of it at the beginning of each of these weekly updates.)   The strength of our church is in our servants and servant leaders to "extend" the glory of God.  If you believe the Lord is calling you to ‘stretch’ to a greater dimension of spirit-directed action for the good of City Church and the calling we have to this region as well as the world, please speak with Pastor Raphael or one of the elders (Earl and Larry) to guide you in this direction. 

Each week we are seeking to pray for a church that we partner with.  This week we are asking for prayer for a fellow Acts 29 partner, Stonegate Church in Midlothian, Texas. They have supported City Church financially and pray for us regularly.  They have a passion to see gospel-centered churches raised up all over the world.  Let us join with them in this great endeavor.