On the Tenth Sunday of Ordinary Time we spend the bulk of our time in Ephesians 4:1-16, examining what it means to be an individual, and how God has equipped us with gifts. Nadine Miller shares her witness, and Lauren Tomlinson leads us in worship.
This week, we joined in worship through song, to praise God’s abundant love and provision in our lives. We read from John 6 and Psalm 145. We were challenged to foster an imagination and dream God’s dreams. We enjoyed praying for one another and gathered around the Lord’s Table once again. Terry Walker blessed us with his Witness.
On the 8th Sunday of Ordinary Time we are joined by our worship team leading us in both music and voice. This week, we read from Jeremiah, recite Psalm 23 together, and look at Ephesians 2:11-23, and examine Jesus as the Cornerstone and Keystone of our life. We join together in communion at the Lord’s Table.
On the 7th Sunday of Ordinary Time, we begin a journey through Paul’s letter to the Ephesians. We heard from the prophet Amos, responded with the words of the Psalms, prayed for one another, and joined in communion. We were led in song by Lauren Tomlinson and Brianna Wales, marking the first time we had a live worship team in over 15 months! Stephen Mooberry shared how he has found God in the midst of the hobbies and interests that God has blessed him with.
We also began worshipping in a new Sanctuary arrangement! If you weren’t there, come check us out.
On the 6th Sunday of Ordinary Time we are cautioned that following Jesus may lead to our rejection and we examine the Hospitality that Jesus asks his disciples to embrace. We are blessed today with Jolene Hagens’ story about how she’s seen God work in her life!
On this, 5th Sunday of Ordinary Time, we look at Mark 5:21-43 and explore what it means to have faith that saves. Jesus heals a woman because of her faith. What does that mean for our faith today? Join us in song, Scripture, prayer, a sermon, and communion as we explore this together!