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May 19, 2019


We'll continue our celebration of Eastertide this week with a focus on sanctification. This is just a big word that simply means that as believers, we are to progressively increase in holiness as we are conformed by God evermore into the image of the Christ who has justified us. Places like Romans 6:18; 12:1-2; Gal. 2:20; 1 Thess. 4:3; 2 Peter 3:18give us a good starting p...

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May 12, 2019


As promised, we'll continue our celebration of Eastertide this week by taking a look at the liturgical theme of Justification. Paul uses the term "justified" in a way that refers to a legal standing before a holy God. Justification to him is how we aredeclaredto be righteous before the Father. (Isaiah 6:1-7; Rom. 5:1, 9-11; Gal. 2:15-21) Only through the imputed righteousn...

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May 5, 2019

The cross 2

During our third Sunday of Easter we'll sing of the Cross. We'll celebrate the great work of true love and justice shown perfectly on the cross. It'll also serve to prepare us for what we'll sing about next week in the doctrine of Justification. "O Praise the Name" The first verse prepares us to celebrate the victory of Easter by singing of the cross that came beforehand...

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April 28, 2019


This week marks the second Sunday of Easter and is in the time of year known as Eastertide which spans 50 days from Easter Sunday until Pentecost. Traditionally, the Church has primarily celebrated the resurrection during this time as will we this week. We'll sing directly of the resurrection as well as of the hope that it gives us. A sub-theme for the morning is our respo...

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Easter Sunday 2019


What a joy it is to sing of the great truth that changed the course of history, the resurrection of Christ! Prelude "Hail the Day That Sees Him Rise" Andrew Duncan has written an orchestration around this hymn tune for our prelude this morning. Our hope is that it tunes your hearts to sing as the repeated refrain does of "Alleluia!" "Christ the Lord is Risen Today" We...

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Maundy Thursday 2019

Maundy Thursday

Maundy Thursday this year will focus on the mandate from Christ to observe communion in remembrance of him and of what he's done; namely, giving himself for the inauguration of the New Covenant and the forgiveness of sins. (Matt. 26:26-29) "Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing" The second and fourth verses speak directly to this imagery of the blood of Christ and what it d...

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Good Friday 2019

Good Friday

Good Friday will have a much different tone from Maundy Thursday. We'll enter and exit silently, have moments of intentional silent meditation, corporate prayers, and songs that focus on the suffering and death of Christ. All of these elements are intended to focus our hearts in a narrow and intense manner on the severity of Christ's suffering for sin. "Stricken, Smitten,...

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April 14, 2019


We begin Holy Week 2019 with a look at the cross and suffering for Palm/Passion Sunday. These songs will show us something of the great love of God to us displayed in the sacrifice Christ came to make. Prelude - "Sing Glad Hosannas" We are excited to welcome a choir of our elementary-aged children to join us in worship this week. They'll sing the prelude, join us in corp...

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April 7, 2019


We'll finish out Lent with one more Sunday focused on the heart of the season: the sin for which Christ came to die. This week we'll sing of our response to God's initiated and unmerited acts of grace. (Ephesians 2:1-10) Prelude - "Behold the Lamb of God" We'll open the service with this exceptional song from Andrew Peterson that we last did at the Christmas Concert. The...

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March 31, 2019

Atonement 1

We'll continue through the season of Lent this week with a look at sin. We'll sing about our need which is corporate in such a true sense, "for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God." (Romans 3:23) We'll also give a full perspective of the gospel that Christ came to atone for that sin that effects every one of us.Our need is great. His love is greater! Prelud...

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