Worship Services on John

The Other Side (10:30 Blended) “Remembering…”

Text: John 14:23-29 Just like Jesus’ disciples, we are often faced with fears and feelings of being abandoned by God. Jesus reminds us of the promise of the Holy Spirit and we are given the assurance that on “the other side” of these fears, God has given us a peace that is like nothing that the world can offer us.

The Other Side (9:00 AM Traditional) “Remembering…”

Text: John 14:23-29 Just like Jesus’ disciples, we are often faced with fears and feelings of being abandoned by God. Jesus reminds us of the promise of the Holy Spirit and we are given the assurance that on “the other side” of these fears, God has given us a peace that is like nothing that the world can offer us.

Worship “The Other Side”

Text: John 13:31-35 “He who dies with the most toys wins.” This philosophy points to a way of life for many people who either, knowingly or unknowingly, chase after material things and the comforts of this life. On “the other side” of this coin is the example of our Lord who stooped to wash his disciples’ feet and who calls us to live a life marked by servanthood and sacrifice.

The Other Side (9:00 AM Traditional)

Text: John 13:31-35 “He who dies with the most toys wins.” This philosophy points to a way of life for many people who either, knowingly or unknowingly, chase after material things and the comforts of this life. On “the other side” of this coin is the example of our Lord who stooped to wash his disciples’ feet and who calls us to live a life marked by servanthood and sacrifice.

“Everlasting Arms” (Blended)

John 10:22-30 This mortal life has been called “the vale of tears” as it brings us many trials and tribulations. Is there something better for us on “the other side”? According to Jesus who comes to us as our Risen Savior, there most assuredly is eternal life that we can experience both now and after we die. This is most certainly true!

“Everlasting Arms” (Traditional)

John 10:22-30 This mortal life has been called “the vale of tears” as it brings us many trials and tribulations. Is there something better for us on “the other side”? According to Jesus who comes to us as our Risen Savior, there most assuredly is eternal life that we can experience both now and after we die. This is most certainly true!

“The Other Side” (Blended)

The risen Christ comes to us give us assurance that he has the power to forgive and to change things for the better. When the disciples’ attempts to bring in their daily catch of fish are failing, Jesus comes with the power of God’s blessing and they are told to cast their nets on “the other side” of the boat. The catch of 153 fish signifies that God’s love is for all of humanity as the number 153 represented the…

“The Other Side” (Traditional)

The risen Christ comes to us give us assurance that he has the power to forgive and to change things for the better. When the disciples’ attempts to bring in their daily catch of fish are failing, Jesus comes with the power of God’s blessing and they are told to cast their nets on “the other side” of the boat. The catch of 153 fish signifies that God’s love is for all of humanity as the number 153 represented the…

“The Other Side” (Blended)

John 20:19-31 History has not been kind to Thomas when he was given the name “Doubting Thomas.” But his story has another side and so does our story because of Easter. We experience doubts and trials of our own today even though we are on the other side of the Resurrection. Jesus is speaking in our text about us and about Christians throughout the ages who have not seen him with our own eyes and yet have believed. But whether…

“The Other Side” (Traditional)

Text: John 20:19-31 History has not been kind to Thomas when he was given the name “Doubting Thomas.” But his story has another side and so does our story because of Easter. We experience doubts and trials of our own today even though we are on the other side of the Resurrection. Jesus is speaking in our text about us and about Christians throughout the ages who have not seen him with our own eyes and yet have believed. But…

Maundy Thursday “No Ordinary Love”

Deuteronomy 6:4-9, John 13:33-35 Jesus brings us together to become one body, united through the bread and wine of the Lord’s Supper. On Maundy Thursday (“commandment” Thursday), we remember the new commandment that Jesus gives us to love one another and we celebrate Holy Communion along with our children who receive their First Communion. The service also offers the opportunity for all to receive a blessing and the assurance of forgiveness through the laying on of hands, an ancient practice…
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