Join Us Sundays!
We have entered the Season after Epiphany, a brief interlude of “Ordinary Time” before Lent begins on Ash Wednesday (March 2, 2022). During these weeks, we will focus on moments from early in Jesus’s ministry in Luke’s Gospel and Paul’s writings from 1 Corinthians 12-15 in a series entitled “In Christ.”
Small Groups & Alpha
It’s never too late to join! Now that the holidays are over, it’s a great time to consider joining a small group.
There are 3 Discipleship Groups meeting every other week, one on Sundays right after church, one on Monday evening starting at 6:30, and one on Thursday evening also at 6:30.
If you are interested in joining one of these groups, please reach out to Alicia Erwin.
Annual Meeting Sunday, January 30
Join us for our annual congregational meeting on Sunday, January 30. We will share a light lunch, celebrate what God has done over the last year, take care of some important church business, and look forward to the year ahead with great expectations of God’s faithfulness.
If you consider Jacob’s Well your church we ask that you set aside time to be in attendance and participate. All God’s people are necessary for the ministry of the church!
Fellowship New: FEC Monthly Newsletter
Check out the monthly newsletter from our denomination, the Fellowship of Evangelical Churches.
New Featured Books in Library
Featured books for the Season after Epiphany include an edition of the Psalms (NLT) with art for meditation from Alabaster Co., the collected writings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., works on Christian practice and discipleship from Joan Chittister, Justin Whitmel Earley, Rowan Williams, and John Stott, Michael Green’s accessible work on Christian baptism, and Dr. Brenda Salter McNeil’s work on evangelism in today’s world.
A gentle reminder: If you currently have books checked out from the library, be mindful to return them in a timely manner so others may enjoy them too.
Giving to Jacob’s Well
If you feel led to give financially to Jacob’s Well there are currently a few options:
1) If you use online banking you can use the online bill pay feature to set up a recurring payment to Jacob’s Well at no additional cost to you or the church.
2) You can mail a check to the church yourself.
3) You can bring your offering with you on Sundays and place it in the locked mailbox in the church library.
Our address is 304 Jersey Ave, Normal, IL 61761.