About two years ago, as the leadership looked toward the 25th Anniversary of West End Presbyterian Church, one of the desired goals of the anniversary was to help the congregation be unified around the person of the Lord Jesus Christ and what He has done for His people. A team of almost 100 individuals at WEPC had a hand in creating a Bible Study to aid us in this endeavor. It is our hope and prayer that the Holy Spirit will bring personal and corporate revival to His church through this dedicated and unified effort of looking at the doctrine of Union with Christ. For fifteen weeks, from January to April of 2019, the congregation of WEPC will be diving into this beautiful and challenging truth—that Jesus is ours and we are His.
How can you join in?
If you are a member of a WEPC Small Group, your group leaders will walk you through this Bible Study. If you're interested in joining a group or would like to start a new group to walk through this study, please contact Joe Brown.
Kevin Greene's Wednesday Night Fellowship will be walking through this Bible Study booklet during the Spring Semester and is open to any and all adults. Wednesdays from 6PM to 7:30PM.
First Service Coffee, taught by Joe Brown, will also be walking through this study, and is open to any and all adults. Sundays from 9:20AM to 10:15AM.
Bible Study Release Parties
If you are a ministry leader who will be using this resource for a group study in the Spring, then come to one of the following two Bible Study Release Parties. RSVP to Joe Brown.
- Sunday, December 9th at 12PM - lunch in the Fellowship Hall
- Wednesday, December 12th at 7:30PM - dessert in the library
"The Christian life is begun, continued and perfected altogether in connection with the Lord Jesus Christ… He is the author and He is the finisher of our faith. We have not to seek a fresh physician, to find a new friend or to discover a novel hope, but we are to look for everything to Jesus Christ, 'the same yesterday, and today, and forever.' 'Ye are complete in Him.'… Here is a complete description of the Christian life. It is a continuous 'coming' to Jesus.”
-- Charles Haddon Spurgeon