Wednesdays @ TCAC
On Wednesdays at 7 pm, join us in the TAB as Dr. Bez explores the mysteries and message of the book of Revelations. If you have missed previous messages on the book of Revelations or just want to listen to them again, please click the icon to the left and you will be directed to the videos of these services.
Hanukkah begins at sundown on Tuesday, December 16th. Hanukkah is the Jewish festival of rededication, also known as the festival of lights. According to tradition as recorded in the Talmud, at the time of rededication, there was very little oil left that had been defiled by the Greeks. Oil was needed for the menorah in the Temple, which was supposed to burn throughout the night every night. There was only enough oil to burn for one day yet miraculously, it burned for eight days, the time needed to prepare a fresh supply of oil for the menorah. This eight day festival was declared to commemorate this miracle. Join us each night through December 23rd as we celebrate God's miracles through learning more about Hanukkah.
Hanukkah service is nightly from December 16th through December 23rd at 6 pm in TCAC Outpost with the final night of Hanukkah falling on Christmas Eve, which will be observed during the Christmas Eve Candlelight Service at 11 pm.
Christmas Eve Candlelight Service
Join us for our annual Christmas Eve Candlelight Services on Wednesday, December 24th at 6 or 11 pm. Help us celebrate the true reason for Christmas!
First of all, thanks for taking the time to check out The Church At Covington's new website. The Church family and I would like to welcome you, and invite you to experience the most exciting opportunity extended to man today - The Joy of knowing Jesus Christ! It is our desire to create a place for worship with an atmosphere where you can begin and develop a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. It is with great joy that we open our hearts and the fellowship of our Church to present Jesus Christ to the people of this area. We have been in Newton County since 1931, and God has blessed our ministry. In 1990, we relocated our church from the town of Porterdale to our current location in Covington.
We hope that you will take the time to explore our website as well as The Church At Covington. You're just one step away from exploring the many ministries and ministry opportunities that we have designed with you in mind. Upon your first visit with us on our church campus, please stop by our Information Center and pick up a token of our appreciation for being our guest at TCAC.
We hope that your experience with The Church at Covington enriches your life and strengthens your relationship with God. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to share with you what God is doing. If you have further questions or wish to become involved, please dont hesitate to call us at 770.786.7293.
We're making a difference in our world through Jesus Christ. We would love to have you become a part of the journey!
Below is a list the core doctrinal beliefs of TCAC:
1The Bible is the written, infallible, authoritative and inspired Word of God.
2There is One true God who revealed Himself as Father in Creation, through His Son in redemption, and as Holy Spirit through empowerment.
3Salvation is by grace through faith in Jesus Christ and the shed blood on the cross of Calvary.
4Pardon and forgiveness of sins are obtained by genuine repentance - a confession and forsaking of sins.
5In obedience to the Word of God we baptize by immersion in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.
6The Holy Spirit, which is available to the believer today, is a gift of God to empower us to be a witness and to live an overcoming life.
7The Gifts of the Spirit are in operation in the Church today.
8Jesus Christ is preparing a church as a bride adorned for her husband and is coming back for His bride, to reign eternally with Him.
God loves you.
Such a simple phrase and yet so hard to wrap our brains around some days. In these busy days of Advent leading up to Christmas, let’s pause as we think about this week of love. Today, may you be reminded of one of the ways God loves you.
In the sixth month the angel Gabriel was sent by God to a town in Galilee called Nazareth, to a virgin engaged to a man whose name was Joseph, of the house of David. The virgin’s name was Mary. And he came to her and said, “Greetings, favored one! The Lord is with you.” But she was much perplexed by his words and pondered what sort of greeting this might be.
“Greetings, favored one! The Lord is with you.” What in the world? How do you respond to that?! Not to mention the fact that it came from an angel! Mary’s response seems oddly calm — perplexed and pondering.
I love that the Bible verses for today end here. I spend a lot of time being much perplexed and pondering. It is comforting to me that I am not the only one. Sometimes God greets us with perplexing words. Just the beginnings of the conversation leave us wondering what is coming next, anticipating more. God comes to us and speaks to us in expected and unexpected ways. Be on the lookout for the beginnings of conversations with God. Be prepared to be perplexed. Get ready to ponder. Most of all, expect that it might not be what you expect!
Ruth Perkins Lee
God, you surprise me! Help me to know when you are starting conversations with me. I don’t want to miss it. Amen.
Go now knowing that you are loved by God. You always have been. You always will be.
Go and share that love with the whole world. Make sure everybody knows.
Courtesy of www.d365.org.
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