Understanding The Faith
Trinity Park Church invites your children to our "Understanding the Faith" class for those between 3rd-5th grade to help them know Jesus and grasp the fundamentals of the good news of his life, death, and new life, so that they might have the opportunity to profess their faith publicly and become communicant members of Trinity Park Church. To do this, we teach through the theological content of the PCA Membership Vows (listed below) in such a way as to equip each student to be individually cultivating an awareness of their sin and a dependence on their Savior.
“Communicant” comes from a Latin word that means “to share with,” and has been used for centuries for those who share the Lord’s Supper. The sacrament of the Lord's Supper is a receiving of the benefits of the sacrifice of Jesus, and a public profession faith in and reliance on his grace. Therefore a communicant is one who takes the Lord's Supper with the Church, and becoming such is a deeply sacred and meaningful rite of passage in the life of a believer. We offer this class to assist parents in leading their children through the process of understanding the gospel, their relationship with God, what God is doing in his world through his Church, and the nature of the PCA vows of membership.
Please consider this opportunity and contact Drew Wilkins (email@example.com) for more info.
- WHEN | Sundays mornings, 8:30am-9:20pm, March 3rd - April 14th.
- WHERE | Davis Drive Middle School (2101 Davis Dr, Cary, NC 27519).
PCA Membership Vows:
Do you acknowledge yourselves to be sinners in the sight of God, justly deserving His displeasure, and without hope save [except] in His sovereign mercy?
Do you believe in the Lord Jesus Christ as the Son of God, and Savior of sinners, and do you receive and rest upon Him alone for salvation as He is offered in the Gospel?
Do you now resolve and promise, in humble reliance upon the grace of the Holy Spirit, that you will endeavor to live as becomes the followers of Christ?
Do you promise to support the church in its worship and work to the best of your ability?
Do you submit yourselves to the government and discipline of the church, and promise to study its purity and peace?