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Festival Concert Series

April 13: Saline Fiddlers Philharmonic
May 4: Devin Scillian

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Pastors’ Writings (Newsletter & Other)

Maundy Thursday Musical Devotion

  Miserere Mei Deus Around 1638, Gregorio Allegri composed Miserere Mei Deus (“Have Mercy On Me, God”) specifically for the Maundy Thursday Tenebrae service. The Tenebrae takes place after dark. Over the course of the worship service, the candles are extinguished, leaving the sanctuary in darkness at the very end, symbolising the darkness of the tomb. Miserere Mei Dues is a musical setting of Psalm 51. Here is the English translation of the Latin: Have mercy on me, GodAccording to…

Grace Greater Than Sin

  Tower Chimes – April 2024 Recently, considerable effort was put into making sure the church website continues to be safe and secure for making financial donations. Because online threats have only increased over time, safety standards have also evolved. This being the case, we had to ensure that our website is Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) compliant. There were many hoops we had to jump through to verify our compliance. Multiple tests were run, and with…

Pastoral Letter-Easter 2024

  Easter 2024 Letter from Drew Easter greetings to you in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, resurrected and forever alive! Here’s the gospel in five words: moving from death to life. Consider these three Bible verses: Whoever hears my words and believes has eternal life and has crossed over from death to life. Isn’t that wonderful? Because of Jesus’ physical Resurrection to life, resurrection to new and eternal life is made possible for the rest of us, and…

Sermons

April 14: Look Who’s Smiling!

  April 14 – 3rd Sunday of Easter Other sermons in this series“Depths of Love” #1: Union with Christ #2: Look Who’s Smiling (this sermon) Scripture Reading: 1 John 3:1-7 Here’s a question: What makes God smile? What brings the Lord happiness and joy? One of my favorite artistic renderings of Jesus is this. It’s commonly known as Laughing Jesus. Taking a cue from this painting, here’s a similar rendering of Jesus. And another one. I like these paintings of…

April 7: Union With Christ

  April 7 – 2nd Sunday of Easter Other sermons in this series“Depths of Love” #1: Union with Christ (this sermon) #2: Look Who’s Smiling Scripture: 1 John 1:1-2:2 On my way to work this past Wednesday morning I did something a bit foolish and stupid, all because I wasn’t fully consciously engaged in what I was doing. I was the second car at a red light, waiting to turn left onto Pinegrove Ave. At some point, my mind went…

March 31: His Death Certificate is Our Birth Certificate

  March 31 – Easter Sunday Scripture: Mark 16:1-8 It’s often been said that the Kingdom of God has a way of turning this world on its head; or turning it upside-down. What seems right and appropriate by normal standards is, in the eyes of God, found to be lacking if not outright wrong. What the world deems forward-facing is considered backward by Kingdom standards. The word used in the Bible most often used to depict this paradox is “foolishness.”…

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828 Lapeer Ave. Port Huron, MI 48060