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I'm sure everyone has a story of attending church somewhere for the first time! As church "professionals," our family has often been called to assess congregational situations and provide solutions to help with church growth or the healthy functioning of the church. Our training enables us to recognize potential challenges to the ministry or how a visitor walking into a church may feel. Some churches know how to welcome and greet newcomers with warmth and assimilate them into the church family.
The Munich Bible Study—Wednesdays on Zoom!
Join us on Wednesdays @ 19:00 hrs (Munich time). This week, we'll be focusing on chapter 3 of the Gospel of John. The study will be again on Zoom, and the links are below. If you are on Facebook, please click this link for updates – The Munich Bible Study. Topic: Munich Bible Study Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85400265999?pwd=dW9WTUZJa09DZVA2SWkrTS9HMy8ydz09 Meeting ID: 854 0026 5999 Passcode: 026837 -Photo by shirinsnyder
Sledding/Sledging – Fifth Sunday of the Month Fellowship Winter Event!
Parkplatz Tannenbankerlift https://maps.app.goo.gl/AbjBG26BfL4M2Z4d7 We will meet here, Parkplatz Tannenbankerlift, at 10 am for sledging. You can get to Bad Kohlgrub by train as well. Josh and Rhi will be using the train, so get in touch with them to travel together. We can collect you from the station, since the train gets in just before 10 am. It is possible to hire sledges at the lift. If you don't want to walk up, we will meet in the Hörnlehütte at about midday
The Munich Bible Study – Winter / Spring Session
Happy New Year! We’ll begin the Winter / Spring session of The Munich Bible Study on Wednesday, 18 January @ 19:00 hrs (Munich time). We’ll be focusing on the Gospel of John. The study will be again on Zoom, and the links are below. If you are on Facebook, please click this link for updates – The Munich Bible Study. Topic: Munich Bible Study Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85400265999?pwd=dW9WTUZJa09DZVA2SWkrTS9HMy8ydz09 Meeting ID: 854 0026 5999 Passcode: 026837
Sunday, 18 December – Fourth Sunday in Advent Christmas Carol Service
A favorite, traditional worship service of our church family! Join us as we worship together at 15:00 hrs at Christuskirche in Gauting—please note time change! Rehear the Christmas story and sing in joyful praise and gratitude what this day means to us. Reminder! No worship services: Sunday, 25 December 2022 Sunday, 1 January 2023 See you on Sunday, 8 January, 2023! -Photo by Mario Losereit on Unsplash
Christmas Is Happening at Starnberg Fellowship
Our traditions play an important part in leaving emotional footprints in the lives of our family. The familiarity of traditions bring us comfort and warmth, they bond us with others, and give us an opportunity to relive the joyful memories of the past. In our busy days, they bring a sense of calm and relief. We invite you to join us as we relive the joy of past memories and make new ones with new friends and loved ones. -Pastor
14 / 14 – Thankfulness. Food. Friends. Fun. Joy.
Sunday @ SF ~Not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another.~ -Hebrews 10:25 As our facility is not available for worship today, join us in the park! AMICI 089 Invites you to 14 / 14! 14 August 2022 14 / 14 Join us at the Chinesischer Turm in the Englischer Garten! @14:00 hrs Thankfulness. Food. Friends. Fun. Joy. Join us on Sunday, 14 August, at 14:00 hrs (14 /14) at the Chinesischer Turm to get together and talk over food, or take a stroll
The Most Reluctant Convert: A Conversation with Max McLean about His Faith and the C.S. Lewis Movie
Season 3 of The Walk with an incredible episode from a special guest, Max McLean starts today. You may recognize Max from narrating the KJV, NIV, and ESV versions of "The Listener's Bible." Max McLean is an award-winning actor and founder of New York City based Fellowship for Performing Arts. He adapted for the stage The Screwtape Letters, C.S. Lewis Onstage, The Great Divorce, Genesis, and Mark’s Gospel. His recent writing and producing credits include Martin Luther on Trial. Max McLean is a leading
Sin is outdated, unloving, and irrelevant. Sin is what puritanical preachers use to control their lemming congregations. We no longer “sin” because there are no moral absolutes. We have preferences and need to be tolerant of each other’s choices. But here’s the challenge—For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God (Romans 3:23). If we need God’s help and rescue from impossible situations, we must face our chief problem—sin. Sin is anything against God’s commands. Isn’t it interesting that God’s
Balaam—Good Guy or Bad Guy?
By Alastair Hayward, The Munich Bible Study, Co-Leader From a canter through the Book of Ecclesiastes to Elijah’s great showdown with the prophets of Baal on Mount Carmel, we now look at the enigmatic character of Balaam. Was he a good guy or a bad guy? Why? Who is Balaam? Balaam is a non-Israelite prophet whom we meet in the book of Numbers, chapters 22-24. He is a diviner who is importuned by Balak, king of Moab, to place a curse on