Suspending In-Person Worship Starting October 18th
Due to the rising number of covid cases in our community and on the advice of some of our medical people, we are shutting down in person worship for at least the next 2 weeks. We will continue our Facebook Live service, 10:00 A.M. on Sunday mornings. Committees are still welcome to meet at the church with masks and social distancing. The office will be open as usual. You are welcome to drop by the church office if you need something.
October Sermon Series: Knowing God By Name
God is known by many names throughout the Bible. In Bible times, names carried much significance. They were thought to reveal the essential nature and character of a person. This was also true of the names of God. God’s names help us to understand something of the nature and character of God. God uses His Name to reveal His character. Understanding God’s character gives us a deeper insight into our relationship with God, allows us to experience in a deeper way God’s love and goodness, allows us to trust God more completely, and gives us insight in how we can pray according to God’s will.
- October 4 – Yahweh: I Am Who I Am – Exodus 3:1-20
- October 11 – Elyon: God Most High – Genesis 14:18-20, Daniel 4: 19, 24-35
- October 18 – Yahweh Tsidqenu: The Lord Our Righteousness – Jeremiah 23:5-6, 31:33-34, Romans 3: 21-26
- October 25 – Jesus Soter, Savior and Kyrios, Lord – Matthew 1:18-25, Philippians 2:5-11
November Sermon Series: Treasure
Money affects your heart. Whether you are in plenty or in want, money has a direct connection to your stress level, your anxiety, and the health of your relationships. It is no wonder, then, that Jesus talked about the relationship between our treasure and our hearts.
For a three-week period beginning November 1, we will look at the many ways that our treasure (time, energy, money) affects our spiritual and emotional lives. Join us in worship during November as we begin our new sermon series called Treasure. We will explore Matthew 6 and Jesus’ teachings on money, giving, worry, and more.