Submitted by Anonymous on Sun, 10/07/2012 - 1:26am.
Revival is here! Why am I so excited? It is an amazing time for our church as a whole to come together during the middle of the semester and receive the Word of God and to respond in prayer and worship. Even though many are busy with school or work, revival is a great time to learn more about God, be strengthened and renewed for the rest of the year. So please join us for what will be an amazing time!
Revival will start at Lincoln Hall [map] on Thursday, October 18th at 7:00pm. We will then continue at Foellinger Auditorium [map] on Friday, October 19th at 7pm and Saturday, October 20th at 6pm. Foellinger Auditorium will also be open for open prayer time on Saturday, October 15th from 2pm to 5pm. Revival will then conclude with our Lord’s Day Worship Services on Sunday, October 21st at 9:30am at Brookens Gymnasium [map] and at 12:30pm at CUCC [map]. We welcome you to join us for either Lord’s Day Service.
If you are bringing a youth group and your students need a place to stay, please contact John Kim, email@example.com.
Revival Prayer Meetings
In preparation for Revival, there will be prayer meetings held:
Monday, October 8th at 228 Natural History Building [map] on campus and on October 11th-12th, Tuesday and Wednesday at CUCC [map] from 10pm-11pm.
On the following week there will be prayer meetings held:
Monday, October 15th at 228 Natural History Building [map] on campus and on October 16th-17th, Tuesday and Wednesday at CUCC [map] from 10pm-11pm.
All are welcome to come and pray!
Speaker: Dr. Charles Zimmerman
Dr. Charles Zimmerman is chairman of the department of practical theology at Biblical Seminary in Hatfield, PA. His ability to make biblical principles clear, meaningful, and relevant accounts for his high demand as a conference speaker and lecturer. He is a familiar face to CFC as he has spoken at previous CFC Revival Meetings in addition to the OIL (One in Love) conference.
A gifted communicator, Dr. Zimmerman also serves as the teaching pastor at Calvary Church in Souderton, Pennsylvania. He and his wife, Kim, have two daughters and reside in Hatfield, PA.