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October 6, 2019


This week's liturgical theme is "peace." We'll sing about the basis of our confidence and why we can know peace on this side of eternity. In short, Christ has been given all authority in heaven and on earth, he works out our eternal good by his own decree, and our future in him is certain! (Matt. 28:18; Rom. 8:28; 1 Peter 1:3-4) Prelude "Is He Worthy" We'll begin the se...

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September 29, 2019

Love theme

This week, we'll conclude our liturgical mini-series on 1 Cor. 13:13 with love. We'll sing about God's love for us, our response to his love, and how we are to live in light of this reality. Prelude "What Wondrous Love Is This" This will be an orchestral feature as we quiet our hearts and focus our minds toward God. We do want to draw your attention to the first and sec...

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September 22, 2019


We'll continue our liturgical mini-series on 1 Cor. 13:13 this week with a look at hope. The central theme of how our songs will relate to that can be found in Romans 6:3-11. I'd highly encourage you to contemplate these verses in preparation for Sunday! Prelude "Grace to Grace" The words of the second verse and bridge provide a good basis for our hope in life and in de...

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September 15, 2019


We've now concluded our liturgical series on "Who God Is" and will move to a three-week mini-series on the marks of Christian living from 1 Cor. 13:13. This week, we'll look at faith. Prelude "By Faith" This song lays out some of the stories behind the biblical characters listed in the "hall of fame of faith" from Hebrews 11. It's a great way to start the service by loo...

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September 8, 2019

God is holy

This week we'll continue our new ministry year's focus on who God is by taking a look at his holiness. To be holy is to be exalted or worthy of complete devotion as one perfect in goodness and righteousness. So our music this week will focus our hearts and minds towards the singing of God's attribute of holiness based upon these concepts. He is exalted, worthy, perfect, go...

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September 1, 2019

God as Comforter

This week we'll take a look at God as our great comforter. Prelude "Restless" We'll open with the song that echoes the words of St. Augustine, "Thou hast made us for thyself, O Lord, andour heart isrestlessuntil it finds its rest in thee." How does this show God as our comforter? The bridge gives plenty of room to navigate this question for a wide array of life situatio...

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August 25, 2019

The Good Shepherd

We'll take a look this week at God as our Shepherd. I'd like for you to consider reading through John 10:1-18in preparation for worship this week. This text perfectly displays God as a good Shepherd and his great love for his sheep. The orchestra and Rejoice Choir will also return from summer break to help lead us in worship this week. Prelude "The King of Love My Shephe...

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August 18, 2019

God Is King

We'll continue our focus on who God is this week by taking a look at God as King. I'd encourage you to read through Psalm 47 in preparation for the morning. It gives an excellent Scriptural basis and exhortation to come and sing praises to the God who sits on his throne as King over all his creation. Here's the link if you'd like to give it a read: Psalm 47. "Praise to th...

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August 11, 2019

Abba Father

We'll continue the start of a new ministry year with our focus on who God is. This week, we'll look specifically at God as Father and us as the Children of God. Our sermon will be on the Bride of Christ to complement last week's Body of Christ sermon. We'll incorporate both of these themes into our song selections this week. Prelude "Children of the Living God" We'll op...

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August 4, 2019

God is Light

We begin a new ministry year here at the church with the coming of August and the start of a new school year. We'll start out our new ministry year by beginning again our cycle of liturgical themes. The only right way to do that is to start things off with a look at who God is. The first several weeks will then be focused liturgically on different aspects of God. This week...

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