This Sunday’s Worship Bulletin

This Sunday’s Worship Bulletin

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April 28 Worship Bulletin

  Today we begin a 2-part sermon series entitled “How Shall We Love?” The night before his death, Jesus gave his Disciples a “new” commandment: to love one another. This naturally begs the question, What does this love look like? This short series will only begin to unpack what active love looks like. Today’s worship theme is living to glorify God, not self. The main point is that the best fruit we can bear is the fruit God wants, not…

May 5 Worship Bulletin

  Today is the second of a 2-part sermon series entitled “How Shall We Love?” The night before his death, Jesus gave his Disciples a “new” commandment: to love one another. This naturally begs the question, What does this love look like? This short series will only begin to unpack what active love looks like. Today’s worship theme is Loving as the key to joy. The main point is that joy comes from abiding in Christ; and to abide in…

May 12 Worship Bulletin

  Ascension Day is always the 40th day (a Thursday) of the Easter season; AscensionSunday is usually observed the Sunday following. The Ascension was the act of Jesusreturning to his place of Heavenly glory in his physical body as witnessed by theApostles, and marked the close of his post-resurrection appearances. The Ascensionwas recorded in Mark 16:19, Luke 24:51, and Acts 1:9-11. Welcome & Announcements Prelude – “When There’s Love At Home” – Arr. by Roger C. Wilson *Call to Worship…

May 17 Worship Bulletin

  The Christian celebration of Pentecost is rooted in the Jewish festival of the same name, also called the Feast of Weeks. Pentecost means “fifty days,” because the feast falls seven weeks after the opening of the harvest season. Sometimes the day is called the Day of Firstfruites, celebrating the harvest. It became a Christian holy day when the Holy Spirit came upon the believers who were gathered for prayer in Jerusalem for the Jewish festival of Pentecost. The first…