Providence Tours: CHBC
Capitol Hill Baptist Church is intentional about equipping believers about what they should KNOW, who they should BE, and what they should DO. If you look around the church you will see framed lists of our Know, Be, and Do. One of the things we want believers to Know is about God’s providence, and a greater understanding of our Christian history. This is why Pastor Mark is founding Providence Tours: CHBC. Providence Tours will begin as annual trips to places of historical importance in the life of all believers. This fall from October 14-19, Pastor Mark and Susan will lead a Providence Tour to Washington DC. This first tour will include visits to Jamestown, Yorktown, Colonial Williamsburg, Mount Vernon, The Bible Museum, The Capital Mall, and The Smithsonian. February 4 will be the first meeting with details for the trip, as well as when deposits will be due. The meeting will take place at CHBC at 6:30 PM in Room 221. The deposit will be $200. Expected final cost will be $1400.
Future Providence Tours: CHBC
- Fall 2021 – Boston and Plymouth
- Fall 2022 – Israel
- Fall 2023 – Europe: Reformation History
- Fall 2024 – Washington DC Area
CHBC will host another mission trip to Guatemala. Dates are set for July 3-10. The cost will be approximately $1200. An interest meeting and details will be coming shortly. Deadline for registration, and first meeting will be February 18, 2020 at 6:30 PM in room 221.
Church membership matters, and it is biblical. Therefore, CHBC takes membership seriously. If you have been visiting CHBC we invite you to consider taking the next step toward membership by attending Explore CHBC. This three week orientation class helps you understand why membership is so important, as well as gain a greater understanding of the mission and purpose of CHBC. Join us on February 2, 9, and 16 in the CHBC Conference Room, as Pastor Mark teaches on membership.
Quotes from Church History
“It should fill us with joy, that infinite wisdom guides the affairs of the world. Many of its events are shrouded in darkness and mystery, and inextricable confusion sometimes seems to reign. Often wickedness prevails, and God seems to have forgotten the creatures that He has made. Our own path through life is dark and devious, and beset with difficulties and dangers. How full of consolation is the doctrine, that infinite wisdom directs every event, brings order out of confusion, and light out of darkness, and, to those who love God, causes all things, whatever be their present aspect and apparent tendency, to work together for good.” – J.L. Dagg (1794-1884, Southern Baptist Minister)
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Mark D. DeMoss, Senior Pastor
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