Pastor's Message


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Greetings Bath Church Family!

What a Blessed and exciting Easter season we are in!  Easter morning worship was Spirit-filled and it was so amazing to see so many of you there!
Sunday, May 5th, Session will be hosting the first Bath Roundtable Coffee and Donut opportunity.  Instead of our usual long table, we will be eating and fellowshipping at three tables allowing for more intentional small group discussions.  Each table cluster will have 2 Elders to lead,  facilitate discussion, answer questions and take notes to bring back to Session regarding what is on your all’s heart and minds at Bath Church. Anything goes!  The specific questions the Session hopes to engage in are:
1. What questions do you have for your Session or Pastor?
2. What new ideas do you have that you would like the Session/Pastor to consider?
3. What changes or incidents have happened recently at Bath that you are unhappy with?
4. What continues to draw you to Worship, Fellowship and Study at Bath?
We hope all of you will come and fellowship and join in these discussions to take further ownership of the Life of Bath Presbyterian Church.
Session also commissioned the Worship committee to create some unique Worship services during the Summer months.  The first of these will be on June 2.  This would ordinarily be a Coffee and Donuts Sunday, and we are going to experiment with combining the two Orders of the Day!  Worship will take place in the Friendship Hall on June 2nd, at our usual 10:45 start time.  But....there will be food! The feel of worship this day will more closely resemble the Coffee House atmosphere that we usually have
on Friday nights.  The service will be music-rich and the Sermon portion of the service will be interactive and everyone gathered will be encouraged to Preach the Word in one form or another.  We will announce further details as we get closer to the date. Mark your calendars!
We are also making plans to bring back the beloved Hymn Sing Sunday later in the Summer as well.

Praying for a peaceful and meaningful Easter season for you all,
Pastor Emily