Sunday we will have an informal fellowship meal at noon, followed by an early edition of our “evening” service at 1:00 PM. The meal is simply “bring your own.” Join us, and we’ll all eat together at Noon. CPCC paper goods and drinks will be provided.
At 1:00 PM [not 6 PM], we will have our second worship service, with songs of praise, prayer — and a special live video chat with missionary, Tim Keesee, Executive Director of Frontline Missions International. A great opportunity to learn about his role in this global mission.
Join us at CPCC on Wednesday, June 6, 2018, from 8-10 AM, as we host a breakfast meeting with a dear brother from Israel, Baruch Maoz. We’ll have a continental breakfast and lots of time with our guest. A love offering for Baruch Maoz will be received. RSVP by EMAIL
Born to a Jewish family in Boston, Baruch immigrated to Israel, where he was converted to Christ while serving in the Army. He worked with Christian Witness to Israel (1974–2005) and pastored Grace & Truth Christian Congregation in Israel from its founding in 1976 until his retirement in 2008. He is presently engaged in a writing, teaching and preaching ministry in Israel and abroad. He and his wife, Bracha, were married in 1968 and live in Gedera, Israel.
In the course of his labors he translated, among other works, The God Who Is There, Knowing God, Genesis Three. He has edited over 50 books in Hebrew. Baruch was also a member of the Editorial team for the translation of the NT into Hebrew and a contributor and member of the editorial team for the Annotated Hebrew NT.
He has written 61 theological papers, delivered in Germany, Britain, Finland, the Netherlands, Singapore, Taiwan and the USA.
He continues to edit the translation of the Bible into Modern Hebrew. Work on the OT is now drawing to a close and work on the New is soon to commence. He has translated the Westminster Confession into Hebrew and is presently engaged in various other writing and teaching projects. Recently, he completed a major work on hermeneutics.
His goal is to leave behind him as broad as possible a collection of theological, exegetical and expositional literature, written in Hebrew for Hebrew readers.
More information is available at: www.themaozweb.com
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