SUNDAY SERVICE (3/29/2020)
Greetings, NBC Family and Friends!
I am writing to inform you that we will not be meeting this Sunday (3/29) in person, unfortunately. Instead, we will do an online service. While an online service will certainly have a different feel than an onsite service, where we are all together in person, I have seen firsthand in my online Bible classes that believers can have meaningful, transformative experiences in an online community.
The online service will be held using Zoom, an online conferencing service that will allow for all of us to communicate with one another, to hear and respond to Bible teaching, to share prayer requests, and so on. And ultimately, this may serve as a great outreach tool.
In order to participate with the video feature, you will need to download Zoom to your phone or computer. To join the service, please click the link below.
I look forward to seeing you all online this Sunday at 10am!
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MONDAY NIGHT BIBLE STUDY
To join the Monday night Bible study, please contact Karen for the link.
YOUTH GROUP – WEDNESDAY NIGHTS
We invite young people grades 6-12 to join us for youth group every Wednesday night from 7:00pm to 8:45pm. For the next few weeks, the youth group will be meeting online. If you are interested in joining, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
DR. CHRISTOPHER DOST: INTERIM PASTOR
Our interim pastor, Dr. Christopher Dost, has been serving at Northville Baptist Church since April 2019. Dr. Dost is also Associate Professor of Old Testament at Alliance Theological Seminary in New York City. He holds a B.A. in String Bass (Western Connecticut State University, 2000) and four graduate degrees in biblical and theological studies, including a Ph.D. in Hebrew Bible and Its Interpretation from the Jewish Theological Seminary (New York City). He is currently working toward a B.A. in Arabic Language and Cultures. He is the author of Jesus’ Bible: A Concise History of the Hebrew Scriptures and The Sub-Loco Notes in the Former Prophets of Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia, as well as a translator for The Targum Bible (Baylor University Press, forthcoming) and a participant in the preparation of Biblia Hebraica Quinta, a new critical edition of the Hebrew Bible (German Bible Society).
KAREN VERA LECARO: DIRECTOR OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION
Karen comes to NBC from Guayaquil, Ecuador, where she previously worked as a dentist. She is nearing completion of a M.Div. degree at Alliance Theological Seminary in New York City and teaches Old Testament and Theology courses for Nyack College. Karen’s ministry at NBC includes oversight of the Christian education program and leading the youth group.