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THIS WEEK @ HERITAGE

SUNDAY NIGHT OUTREACH - Sunday Night Outreach is back on! Come out the the Paradox Indoor Skate Park (located at 305 New York Avenue, Oak Ridge, TN 37830) from 5:30-7:30pm to see what changes have been made to the outreach project and how you can get involved.

FAMILY SUNDAY SERVICE - We will be having a very special service on Family Sunday (April 27th). Come to the service to see all the exciting things we will be doing!

PRISON MINISTRY MOTHER'S DAY CARD - We are collecting Mother's Day cards for the Prison Ministry team to hand out to incarcerated mothers. If you would like to donate, please drop off the card at the Welcome Center. For any questions, See Herm Clegg.

DISCOVER HERITAGE - There will be a Discover Heritage class offered April 23rd, 30th. and May 7th. This is a 3-week class that will dive into the foundation of our church, beliefs, and ministries. If you are interested in attending, please email Tiffany Bell at tdbell25@gmail.com or call the church office @ 865.482.5566 to sign-up.

FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER FUNDRAISER - On April 24th, Faith Lutheran Church will be holding a spaghetti dinner fundraiser to help raise money for student families. Tickets are $5 or $20 maximum. They also need volunteers - youth, ladies groups, men's groups - to make desserts and hold signs outside to help draw attention to the event. If you would like to volunteer or attend, please contact the church office at 482.5566.

SPECIAL SERVICES THIS WEEK - This Wednesday, Life Groups study groups will be studying and preparing hearts for the coming Resurrection Sunday. There will be a short study on the Easter story, then Thursday night, April 17th, there will be a traditional Maundy Thursday service to commemorate the Last Supper of Jesus before Easter. Service will start at 6:30 and will end at 8:00pm. Childcare will be provided. And then on Sunday we will have a special service to celebrate the Risen King! Your goal: invite 5 people you know don't go to church to come to our service so they can feel the love of Jesus. 

RELAY FOR LIFE BAKE SALE - On Sunday, May 4th, Kim Monroe will be holding a bake sale to raise funds for the Relay for Life event happening on May 17th. Please help her reach her goal by buying some of her goodies!

SMOKE FREE CAMPUS - We are now a smoke-free campus!

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SUNDAY MORNING SERVICE @ 10:30 AM - This Sunday, Pastor Paul Metler will continue his series of messages from the New Testament. He is sharing two messages from each book in the Bible. Join us for great music and a message that will encourage and challenge you. In addition to our main worship service, we have excellent ministry opportunities for children from birth through 7th grade.

PARADOX SUNDAY NIGHT OUTREACH - Sunday Night Community Service will be @ the Paradox Indoor Skate Park (located at 305 New York Avenue, Oak Ridge, TN 37830) from 5:30-7:30pm.

LIFE GROUPS - Our life groups will follow the Weekly Discipleship Guide. Life Group Opportunities include Sunday @ 5:00 pm and Wednesday @ 6:30 pm.

PRAYER WARRIORS - Prayer Warriors meet at Heritage every Friday morning at 9:00 am to seek God's face in unified prayer for families, our church, the community, and nation.

MEN'S SATURDAY BREAKFAST - 8:00 am on the last Saturday of the month @ Shoney's in Oak Ridge. 

FLARE - A youth-based Bible Study led by students on Sunday afternoons after lunch in the church lobby.

COLLEGE GROUP - A college student-based Bible Study held on Friday nights from 6-10pm in the Sanctuary at Heritage. Anyone ages 18-25 (must be graduated from high school) are welcome.

SUNDAY NIGHT OUTREACH - Sunday Night Outreach is back on! Come out the the Paradox Indoor Skate Park (located at 305 New York Avenue, Oak Ridge, TN 37830) from 5:30-7:30pm to see what changes have been made to the outreach project and how you can get involved.

FAMILY SUNDAY SERVICE - We will be having a very special service on Family Sunday (April 27th). Come to the service to see all the exciting things we will be doing!

PRISON MINISTRY MOTHER'S DAY CARD - We are collecting Mother's Day cards for the Prison Ministry team to hand out to incarcerated mothers. If you would like to donate, please drop off the card at the Welcome Center. For any questions, See Herm Clegg.

DISCOVER HERITAGE - There will be a Discover Heritage class offered April 23rd, 30th. and May 7th. This is a 3-week class that will dive into the foundation of our church, beliefs, and ministries. If you are interested in attending, please email Tiffany Bell at tdbell25@gmail.com or call the church office @ 865.482.5566 to sign-up.

FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER FUNDRAISER - On April 24th, Faith Lutheran Church will be holding a spaghetti dinner fundraiser to help raise money for student families. Tickets are $5 or $20 maximum. They also need volunteers - youth, ladies groups, men's groups - to make desserts and hold signs outside to help draw attention to the event. If you would like to volunteer or attend, please contact the church office at 482.5566.

SPECIAL SERVICES THIS WEEK - This Wednesday, Life Groups study groups will be studying and preparing hearts for the coming Resurrection Sunday. There will be a short study on the Easter story, then Thursday night, April 17th, there will be a traditional Maundy Thursday service to commemorate the Last Supper of Jesus before Easter. Service will start at 6:30 and will end at 8:00pm. Childcare will be provided. And then on Sunday we will have a special service to celebrate the Risen King! Your goal: invite 5 people you know don't go to church to come to our service so they can feel the love of Jesus. 

RELAY FOR LIFE BAKE SALE - On Sunday, May 4th, Kim Monroe will be holding a bake sale to raise funds for the Relay for Life event happening on May 17th. Please help her reach her goal by buying some of her goodies!

SMOKE FREE CAMPUS - We are now a smoke-free campus!

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SUNDAY MORNING SERVICE @ 10:30 AM - This Sunday, Pastor Paul Metler will continue his series of messages from the New Testament. He is sharing two messages from each book in the Bible. Join us for great music and a message that will encourage and challenge you. In addition to our main worship service, we have excellent ministry opportunities for children from birth through 7th grade.

PARADOX SUNDAY NIGHT OUTREACH - Sunday Night Community Service will be @ the Paradox Indoor Skate Park (located at 305 New York Avenue, Oak Ridge, TN 37830) from 5:30-7:30pm.

LIFE GROUPS - Our life groups will follow the Weekly Discipleship Guide. Life Group Opportunities include Sunday @ 5:00 pm and Wednesday @ 6:30 pm.

PRAYER WARRIORS - Prayer Warriors meet at Heritage every Friday morning at 9:00 am to seek God's face in unified prayer for families, our church, the community, and nation.

MEN'S SATURDAY BREAKFAST - 8:00 am on the last Saturday of the month @ Shoney's in Oak Ridge. 

FLARE - A youth-based Bible Study led by students on Sunday afternoons after lunch in the church lobby.

COLLEGE GROUP - A college student-based Bible Study held on Friday nights from 6-10pm in the Sanctuary at Heritage. Anyone ages 18-25 (must be graduated from high school) are welcome.

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WEEKLY DISCIPLESHIP GUIDE

 

April 14 -19

 

Memory Verse

John 12:24-25

Most assuredly, I say to you, unless a grain of wheat falls into the ground and dies, it remains alone; but if it dies, it produces much grain. 25 He who loves his life will lose it, and he who hates his life in this world will keep it for eternal life.

 

Daily Bible Reading

Monday, April 14 – John 12:24

TuesdayApril 15 – John 12:25

Wednesday, April 16 – John 12:32

Thursday, April 17 – John 13:1

Friday, April 18 – John 19:17-18

Saturday, April 19 – John 19:42

 

Bible Reading Guide

As you read through the Gospel account of the Passion of Jesus, pay attention to the deliberate teaching that emerges from these verses. The last days of Jesus are packed with a Divine intentionality. He knew He was going to die. He knew the purpose and power of His death. He knew His death was not final. His life and His words communicated eternal truths. The Son of Man was lifted up and Jesus draws us to Him. As you read and meditate on His words this week, allow yourself to be drawn to the cross. More importantly, allow youself to be drawn to the Savior who died on the cross for your sins.

 

Questions for Reflection and Response

As you read the daily verses that describe the journey of Jesus to the cross, take note of His words and actions. What do they communicate about the heart of God?

Find a quiet place and read Isaiah 53:1-12 slowly and pour over the words.

What does it mean that Jesus took your place on the cross? What does it mean that Jesus was willing to pay for your sins? Read John 18:39-40 aloud and substitute your own name for Barabbas.

 

Family Discussion

Take time as a family to thank Jesus for all He has done.

 

April 14 -19

 

Memory Verse

John 12:24-25

Most assuredly, I say to you, unless a grain of wheat falls into the ground and dies, it remains alone; but if it dies, it produces much grain. 25 He who loves his life will lose it, and he who hates his life in this world will keep it for eternal life.

 

Daily Bible Reading

Monday, April 14 – John 12:24

TuesdayApril 15 – John 12:25

Wednesday, April 16 – John 12:32

Thursday, April 17 – John 13:1

Friday, April 18 – John 19:17-18

Saturday, April 19 – John 19:42

 

Bible Reading Guide

As you read through the Gospel account of the Passion of Jesus, pay attention to the deliberate teaching that emerges from these verses. The last days of Jesus are packed with a Divine intentionality. He knew He was going to die. He knew the purpose and power of His death. He knew His death was not final. His life and His words communicated eternal truths. The Son of Man was lifted up and Jesus draws us to Him. As you read and meditate on His words this week, allow yourself to be drawn to the cross. More importantly, allow youself to be drawn to the Savior who died on the cross for your sins.

 

Questions for Reflection and Response

As you read the daily verses that describe the journey of Jesus to the cross, take note of His words and actions. What do they communicate about the heart of God?

Find a quiet place and read Isaiah 53:1-12 slowly and pour over the words.

What does it mean that Jesus took your place on the cross? What does it mean that Jesus was willing to pay for your sins? Read John 18:39-40 aloud and substitute your own name for Barabbas.

 

Family Discussion

Take time as a family to thank Jesus for all He has done.

 

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