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Prayer Petitions and concerns - God exhorts us to pray for people in need. Please contact the church office to place a loved one or friend on our prayer list.
A prayer Board is located in the lobby outside the worship area. All are invited to post their prayer concerns on the board using the post it notes and pens near the guest sign in book. You are also welcome to take a prayer concern from the board to pray over it.
Prayer group will meet in the Chapel the second and fourth Monday evenings at 6 PM for quiet prayer.
All are welcome.
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All are invited to join us as we journey through God's word
Sunday Lectionary Study is offered Sunday morning from 9 - 9:50 AM.
Bi-weekly Bible Study - Wednesday afternoons at 1 PM following Food Pantry distribution. This in-depth study is open for all in the community.
On July 26 we will begin Wednesday Beach Worship service on the First Avenue Beach at 6 PM, and every Wednesday after that concluding on Labor Day. We will have a simple mass, similar to Word and Meal service using the daily lectionary readings.
The music will be led by Kenny Sorensesn playing guitar and harmonica. Please join us for this enriching midweek service.
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(Cultivating Mission Capacity)
Atonement members are teaching a youth Bible class at United Methodist Church on Grand Ave and hoping that the teenagers might engage with young people in our own congregation. Atonement members are also teaching a Bible class at the Jersey Shore Adult Day Care Center on Main St. in Asbury Park and working with neighboring churches to develop housing for women who are homeless during the coldest months of the year (December 1 – March 31). The CMC team is hoping that others will become involved in these new ministries and in further addressing the goals noted above. If you would like to learn more about these opportunities, please contact the CMC team: Pastor Gary, Brenda Hunt, Carolyn and Ken Lafferty.
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