Feel free to submit topics, themes, or scriptures for sum-mer sermons. Also, you may submit songs or hymns or other elements of worship (like a call to worship or prayer of confession) that you may like to see as part of the worship life of the church. You may contact the pastor or the church
05 June Pentecost SundayScripture Romans 8:14-17John 14:8-17Sermon The In-Dwelling of the Spirit 12 June Trinity SundayScripture Romans 5:1-5John 16:12-15See Proverbs 8:1-4Sermon The Great Unifying Purpose! 19 June Pastor VacationMike Cramer, GideonsSummer Series 26 JuneScripture Colossians 1:1-14John 17:20-26Sermon How to Pray Like Epaphras 03 JulyScripture 115th PsalmRomans 14:13-23Sermon Let Freedom Ring 10 July Pastor VacationTom Maurer
Preaching Series In February, we continue the sermon se- ries on spiritual gifts. Like so many churches in our land, we need revitalization. Churches can make dramatic strides when a few people are committed to using their spiritual gifts for the glory of God. This year, Lent begins March 2nd, and our Ash Wednesday service
2022 begins with a special guest delivering the sermon—Mike Todd from CEF (Child Evangelism Fellowship). Then, we will move into a series on spiritual gifts until we reach Lent. This year, Lent begins March 2nd, and our service will revolve around Luke 10:1-24, which speaks to the power of God’s people will they utilize their
This has been a long year in many respects. One of the things it has given us is an appreciation for previous traditions as we wait for things to normalize once again. It should give us an appreciation for Advent and Christmas. The promises that Christ fulfilled were made in ancient times. Some people probably
Preaching Series For the series on the biblical characteris- tics of a healthy and vibrant church, I have been borrowing heavily from Natu- ral Church Development (NCD). NCD bills itself as “A Guide to Eight Essential Qualities of Healthy Churches.” Those eight characteristics are: the Eight Key Characteristics contained within the Natural Church Development process.
Preaching Series In the first few weeks of August, we complete the summer series where members of our church and community provide scriptures and topics for the worship and sermons. Starting 22 August, there will be a sermon series on the characteristics of a healthy and vibrant church according the Bible, which will lead us
Preaching Series In July, we continue to have sermons on topics suggested by members of our church. There are still a few slots availa- ble if you would like to share something. The idea for the sermon could start with a topic, a question, or a scripture that you would like to learn more about.
June begins with the end of the spring series through the prophets. We will end with The Forgettable Message, so we can begin with messages inspired by questions, insights, and comments from members of our church. 06 June Scripture: Psalm 79 Isaiah 6:8-13 Sermon: The Forgettable Message 13 June Sunday after VBS Scripture: Philippians 1:1-11 Matthew 7:24-29
As we bring our study of Micah to a close, we will remain in the prophets through Pentecost and the end of May. Hebrews 13:8 tells us that Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever. His message is timeless as He was there at the Creation. As the Word, He is in every Word written in
“We do not need to wait for the Holy Spirit to come: He came on the day of Pentecost. He has never left the church.”—John Stott “Without Pentecost the Christ-event-the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus-remains imprisoned in history as something to remember, think about and reflect on. The Spirit of Jesus comes to dwell