Baptism: An Act Of Faith

July 25, 2021

Scripture: Acts 16:25-34

Baptisms are always a special occurrence when they happen. Today we welcome new people into the family of faith and reflect on what God is up to in our midst when we respond to the grace of Jesus through baptism. We are back in the sanctuary and invite all to come with hearts open to worship the Lord and find ourselves transformed by the work of the Holy Spirit in our midst.

The Root Of The Fruit

July 18, 2021

Scripture: Philippians 4:4-9

We share a special day together today. At 9:45 we will gather for a short time of prayer in the Family Life Center. We are grateful for God’s provision during this past season. At 10:00 we are back in the sanctuary for worship and we celebrate God’s joy in our lives. Philippians 4:4-9 is our guide as we worship and consider how to best grow the fruit of joy in our lives.

Thankful When It’s Hard

July 11, 2021

Scripture: Luke 17:11-19

Two weeks ago we made room during worship to consider some of our laments and looked at how scripture invites us to be honest before the Lord regarding our struggles. Today we look at what could be considered the “other side of the coin” as we consider the importance of being thankful. As Jesus is with us and brings a new perspective about our troubles and the reality of the world we live in our hearts are moved to gratitude. Luke 17:11-19 is our guide as we worship and consider how to give thanks even when it’s hard.

Freedom To Be Dependent

July 4, 2021

Scripture: 1 John 1:5-2:2

Happy 4th of July! Many take time on this holiday to reflect on the massive blessing it is to enjoy the freedom we have in the United States. After the way that some many of our celebrations were impacted last year, this appreciation might go even deeper in 2021. What a wonderful opportunity to reflect on the meaning of freedom for the Christian and what Jesus’ gift means for our lives. 1 John 1:5-2:2 is our guide as we worship and consider how Christ gives us the freedom to be dependent.

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