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Passover
Starting Monday, April 22, 2024

Special events

     This year, Maranatha Baptist Fellowship is moving to God's timetable and will recognize and seek the Lord in special ways on His appointed Feast Days, starting with Passover, which begins Monday, April 22nd this year.

     On Passover, we will pray facing the Holy of Holies, eat unleavened bread (symbolizing an absence of sin--or "leaven"), and consider eating fish or lamb, all in an effort to honor God and His choice of special times during the year. We are not Jewish or trying to be Jewish, but God has set the Spring and Fall Feasts as His special days--for all eternity--and we are choosing to come to Him and to remember Him especially on those days in special ways, that is "choosing to meet Him on His terms at His appointed times".

     Happy Passover! Let's give thanks for our Passover Lamb: Jesus!

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Special events


PENTECOST
sUNday, MAY 28tH

     Jesus' Church began in that Upper Room on that first Pentecost, when the disciples received the power from on high that Jesus had promised He would send, evidenced by the sudden wind they heard and felt and the tongues of fire they saw descending upon each other (see Acts, chapter 2). They then went out and began to share the Gospel, the story of Jesus, what He had come to Earth to do, what He did, and what that means for everyone who chooses to believe and follow Him.

     Come celebrate the giving of the gift of the Holy Spirit to Jesus' disciples--those who've gone before us and we today who believe in and follow the Lord Jesus Christ and are empowered by His Spirit to do the works that He prepared ahead of time for us to do (see the Epistle to the Ephesians, chapter 2, verse 10).

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Special events

Good friday service
Friday, april 7th 12:00-3:00pm

     Jesus gave Himself as the Perfect Lamb to suffer our punishment for sin, including separation from God the Father as He, Jesus, hung on the Cross of Calvary on that Good Friday afternoon and then willingly died for each of us--only to be triumphantly resurrected again three days later on Resurrection Sunday.

     Come join us at 2 Deerfield Road in Somerset this coming Good Friday, from 12:00-3:00 p.m. and remember with us this special gift of salvation that God provided for all who will believe.

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Special events

The Christmas Eve ServicE at 7:30 p.m.

     The Christmas Eve Service--when we express our thanks for the birth of the Savior of the World: the Lord Jesus Christ.

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