WEST HARTFORD – Calvary Fellowship will launch a new eight-week study entitled “The Becoming One” Easter Sunday, April 8. Bill LaMorey, lead pastor, will teach on the names of God and their meanings and relevance today.
“When we think of God, we often think of someone or something powerful but perhaps impersonal,” said LaMorey. “However, God has a very personal name and that name, and the other names for God used throughout scripture, reveal something unique about him. In our new series “The Becoming One,” we are going to talk about these names and learn how each one teaches us important lessons about who God is and how he relates to us.”
Easter Sunday will also feature the second annual Calvary Fellowship Easter Egg Hunt. Children are invited to attend Sunday School, where they will decorate egg bags they will later use to collect eggs. The adult Sunday service will then be followed by the egg hunt.
Calvary Fellowship meets Sundays at 10 a.m. at Conard High School, 110 Beechwood Road, West Hartford. Calvary Fellowship features contemporary music and offers relevant biblical teaching and fun-filled Bible classes for children. Calvary Fellowship is casual in style but serious about faith.
To participate in the Easter egg hunt, registration is required. Registration takes place from 9:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. Easter Sunday service begins at 10 a.m.
For more information and directions, visit www.calvaryhartford.com or call 860-231-9957.