Apostolic Christian Church of Forrest, church building pictured

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Today's Verse
Psalm 37:18

The Lord knoweth the days of the upright: and their inheritance shall be for ever.


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Sunday 10:00am
Sunday 12:20pm
Wednesday 7:30pm

Forrest Apostolic Christian Church
PO Box 154
201 E. Church St.
Forrest, IL 61741

ph 815.657.8260

info@
forrestacchurch.org





Welcome to the official website of the Forrest Apostolic Christian Church. All who are interested are encouraged to attend any of our services and learn about the Apostolic Christian faith by observation and hearing.

The Forrest Apostolic Christian Church, in accordance with the beliefs of Apostolic Christian Church of America, believes in the infallibility of the Bible, and is founded on faith in Jesus Christ, the Son of God. The purpose of the church is to teach the Gospel message of salvation, to nurture the believer, to preserve sound doctrine and to serve others in the likeness of Christ.

The church diligently applies New Testament standards to everyday life and worship, and it practices a deep reverence toward God.

Salvation through Jesus Christ is man's greatest treasure. The Forrest Apostolic Christian Church seeks to share the joy of this marvelous gift from God, and prays diligently that others also will turn to Jesus Christ in true faith and repentance, experience peace with God and man, and receive the gift of eternal life.



Services

Sundays: 10:00 a.m. and 12:20 p.m. CT
Wednesday Evenings: 7:30 p.m. CT
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Directions

Our address is 201 E. Church Street, Forrest, IL 61741.
Click here for more detailed directions and a map.


ANNOUNCEMENTS     search

Sunday, June 28, 2020

  • If you didn't have an opportunity to place your Sunday School teacher ballot, with the names of two brothers, in the box today, please submit your names to Bro. Marvin within this next week.


  • Bro. Marvin will read the Spring Memorandum this Wednesday evening. It is not a member meeting, and everyone is welcome to come. It will also be available via audio and video streaming, and archived on AC Central.


  • Additional men's help is needed for the local work week July 6-10. Please sign up online, or on the sheet under the men's bulletin board.


  • We will have our Communion exhortation on Wednesday, August 12. Holy Communion is tentatively planned for Saturday, August 29.


  • Our converts Alayna Nussbaum and Mary Bradley have repented, are at peace with God and are now desiring baptism.


  • We are thankful Jacob Mueller (Bro. Stan and Sis. Kristen) started repenting this past week.


  • There are update packets of missionary support cards available on the table by the sound room.
  • Sunday, June 21, 2020

  • Sis. Jessica Gerber has been selected to serve as a Sunday School teacher.


  • As long as we have don't have a local outbreak of COVID-19, Wednesday evening services are open to all beginning this week.


  • Next Sunday is our Silver Lining collection, with a suggested donation of $18. The boxes at church will be marked for this collection, and you may also mail donations to Bro. John Schaffer. To begin or discontinue receiving the Silver Lining, please contact Sis. Nancy Dotterer.


  • Please sign up for local work week July 6-10. There are sign-up sheets under the bulletin boards, or linked in the email sent Saturday, June 20.


  • Please bring a ballot next Sunday for two brothers to teach in Sunday School. The brothers who are currently teaching are listed in the church directory.


  • Bro. Marvin will read the Spring Memorandum on Wednesday, July 1.
  • Sunday, June 14, 2020

  • We are continuing our collection for Gateway Woods. Donations may be placed in the boxes at church, or mailed to Bro. John Schaffer.


  • Lord willing, we will be able to make some adjustments for gathering at church starting next Sunday, June 21. One significant change is enabling everyone to gather every Sunday (half in the morning, and half in the afternoon). Please watch for additional information being shared this week.


  • Social visits between churches are still discouraged since most congregations are limiting the number of attendees. This also helps with contact tracing in the event of any positive tests for COVID-19.