We're so excited to invite you and your family to pick out some free book to take home on June 10th!
There will also be fun activities for the kids while the parents take a break and have some time to connect with one another and the community.
If you'd like to donate some gently loved children's books (age 3-12) for this outreach, please drop off your donations in the NYCAC lobby or contact Pastor Cris. Thank you!
Donation Drop-off: Sundays, between May 20-June 3, 2018
Collection Box located in Lobby and 5th Floor.
In preparation for the joint fellowship outreach as part of Jesus week on June 8th and the Book Fair Carnival Outreach on June 10th, we are excited to inform you that we will have an Evangelism Training Workshop this Sunday from 2:00-3:30pm on the 5th floor! This workshop will be led by Jessica Choe from EPIC (a ministry of Cru, formerly Campus Crusade for Christ) and will touch upon the importance of sharing our faith, some practical ways to share, and tools that we can use to facilitate conversation.
This workshop is open to all, whether you've shared your faith a hundred times or your first, we invite you to attend and to be equipped! Light refreshments will be served as well.
If you have any questions, please email Michael Tsang at Michael.firstname.lastname@example.org.
OH HAPPY DAY!
We will be celebrating our new baptized brothers and sisters along with those transferring their church membership to NYCAC on Easter Sunday, April 1. Please keep them all in your prayers.
What a joy it is to witness and participate in the moment where new brothers and sisters proclaim God to be true and declare their commitment to follow Christ!
We believe baptism is intended for individuals who have received the saving grace of Jesus Christ’s atoning work while becoming His disciples. In obedience to Christ’s command and as a testimony to God, the church, oneself and the world; a believer should be immersed in water in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Baptism is a visual and symbolic demonstration of a person’s union with Christ in the likeness of His death and resurrection. It signifies that a person’s former way of life has been put to death and depicts a release from the mastery of sin.
As a symbol, baptism illustrates a number of significant realities:
- Christ’s death and resurrection
- The disciple’s union with Christ in His death and resurrection
- The new life in which a disciple walks
- Cleansing and washing away of sin
We invite you to join us to witness and to celebrate this decision