Paramount Church
Sunday, August 23, 2020

  • Rush Witt
  • Preacher/SpeakerRush Witt
  • Sermon SeriesJesus is Better
  • Sermon TitleA Faith Like Enoch
  • Scripture ReferenceHebrews 11: 5-6

Service Time(s)

Sunday ABF/YBF: 9:15 am
Sunday Worship Service: 10:30 am
Community Groups Meet During the Week

Our Location

211 N. Merkle Road
Bexley, Ohio 43209

The Gospel is Paramount!

Welcome to Paramount Church! We hope you are encouraged and strenghtened in your faith today! We desire to be fervently praying church. May the Lord carry us another step forward today.

Pastors Rush, Kevin, and Isaac Pastors Rush, Kevin, and Isaac
Announcements

WORSHIP SERVICE ATTENDANCE UPDATE

All church members and guests are invited to attend church every Sunday, with the ABF Room utilized as an overflow room. The ABF room will seat 12 households (socially distanced), joining the live stream on a television and speaker. Our current attendance rotation will end, and Sunday morning seating will be first come, first served. Thus, those who wish to sit in the sanctuary should plan to arrive early. However, there may also be some folks with kids who prefer to sit in the ABF Room for added convenience, and they are welcomed to sit there straight away. And the live stream will remain available for those not ready to worship in person.

Our worship service time continues to be at 10:30 am.

Masks remain required for now, as a decision of the pastors (with the exception of kids 10 and under, and those with a medical exception). We will continue monitoring the state of COVID in Bexley and other communities, and make other adjustments as needed. Thank you for your patience. For the rest of the update please visit the Paramount Church website via this link here.

Community Groups

Community Group

Community Groups meet weekly on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings. Visit our Community Group page to reach out to a leader.

God created us to live in gospel community, under the word and rooted in the person of Jesus Christ. Our focus is to bring glory to Christ, to orient our lives around the gospel, to focus on change, and fulfill our mission as Christ’s ambassadors. To keep a proper balance and guard our Community Groups against revolving around something other than the gospel, we pursue at least four primary goals for life with one another:

1. Progressive Sanctification (Growing Into the Image of Christ)
2. Caring for One Another
3. Biblical Fellowship
4. Stewardship of Spiritual Gifts

Partner with us in Ministry

If you desire to partner with us in ministry you can give online through the link here. Giving to our ministry is now easier than ever. You can follow this link and be taken to our giving portal which will go directly to our ministry or you can download the church center app.

Get in the Loop

Keep in touch with planned church activities by visiting the online calendar. It is updated regularly and a great resource for keeping you and your family in the know. Go to Calendar

CG Questions 8.23

Community Group
  1. In what areas of your life do you lose sight of intentionally pleasing God?
  2. How have you moved from a general knowledge of God to really knowing God.
  3. When was the last time you really enjoyed a good gift? What was that like and how does it illustrate the way we should seek to enjoy God and His good gifts?
Prayers and Praises

175 Days of Prayer: Uighurs of Post-Soviet Central Asia

Prayer

(WEE-ghurs) - In Uighur beliefs, there are several ways to obtain God's forgiveness. The surest way is to do certain things. Keeping the fast during the Islamic month of Ramadan is one of them. One tradition says: "All sins are forgiven to the one who keeps Ramadan out of sincere faith and hoping for a reward from God." Another is going on the Hajj, the pilgrimage to Mecca, Saudi Arabia. It is said to remove the past sins of the pilgrim and return him or her to a state of moral purity just like a newborn baby. Still another way to obtain forgiveness is to give money to the poor. Uighur people view the two annual Muslim holidays as a special time of year when people make a special effort to resolve conflicts. "Peter replied, 'Repent and be baptized, every one of you, in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins'" (Acts 2:38 NIV). Pray that Uighurs will realize that true repentance and forgiveness can come only through the power of Jesus. Pray that hearts will be softened, especially during this time of the coronavirus, to understand that there is nothing they can do for salvation other than believe in Jesus Christ.

centralasianpeoples@protonmail.com