Worship Services on Psalm

Worship (10:30 AM Contemporary) “Reading the Bible Will Change Your Life”

Psalm 78: 1-4 A book just sitting on a shelf will not enter our hearts, minds, and souls. God’s holy word in the Bible is meant to be read, studied, questioned, analyzed, and then, live out in daily life. The fact of the matter is, the Bible is complex and sometimes just plain hard to understand. That should not make us afraid to crack it open and see what the Holy Spirit does with the Word of God.

Worship (9:00 AM Traditional) “Reading the Bible Will Change Your Life”

Psalm 78: 1-4 A book just sitting on a shelf will not enter our hearts, minds, and souls. God’s holy word in the Bible is meant to be read, studied, questioned, analyzed, and then, live out in daily life. The fact of the matter is, the Bible is complex and sometimes just plain hard to understand. That should not make us afraid to crack it open and see what the Holy Spirit does with the Word of God.

Worship (10:30 AM Contemporary) “Being Church Together – Part 1”

Text: Psalm 133 In a time where we see an almost unprecedented amount of divisiveness in our nation and our world, it’s important to focus on how we do things differently in the church. God has given us a vision and blueprint for how we can experience the richness of doing life and doing ministry together. Join us as we reflect on the blessings of God and how the church can make a lasting impact on our community when we…

Worship (9:00 AM Traditional) “Being Church Together – Part 1”

Text: Psalm 133 In a time where we see an almost unprecedented amount of divisiveness in our nation and our world, it’s important to focus on how we do things differently in the church. God has given us a vision and blueprint for how we can experience the richness of doing life and doing ministry together. Join us as we reflect on the blessings of God and how the church can make a lasting impact on our community when we…

Worship (10:30 AM Contemporary) “Here”

Text: Psalm 122:1-2, 6-9 What do we want and need from this place? God’s house is built upon relationships but also upon God’s faithfulness to us. As we begin a new program year together, we come together to be fed spiritually, to be both challenged and comforted by God’s Word. And we come to grow in our faith as we live out our faith in daily life!

Worship (9:00 AM Traditional) “Here”

Text: Psalm 122:1-2, 6-9 What do we want and need from this place? God’s house is built upon relationships but also upon God’s faithfulness to us. As we begin a new program year together, we come together to be fed spiritually, to be both challenged and comforted by God’s Word. And we come to grow in our faith as we live out our faith in daily life!

Lent | Worship “God Pursues Us with Grace”

Text: Psalm 23:6a God provides blessing upon blessing, grace upon grace. And Jesus made it clear that we do not choose God but, rather, God chooses us. So how then is God pursuing us with grace and love and what difference does this make in our daily lives?

Lent | Worship “God gives us a place of honor”

Text: Psalm 23:5 You prepare a table before me in the presence of my enemies; you anoint my head with oil; my cup overflows. God provides a place for us and it is a place of honor. What does the ancient world’s culture of honor and shame have to do with our life as 21st century Christians and who’s invited to that table that God prepares anyway?

Lent | Worship “God is With Us”

Text: Psalm 23:4 Even though I walk through the darkest valley, I fear no evil; for you are with me; your rod and your staff— they comfort me. God provides a ministry of presence that sees us through life’s most dark and challenging times. What does the cross of Christ teach us about God’s promise to show up in suffering?

Lent | Worship “God leads us”

Text: Psalm 23:3 God provides leadership for us that is trustworthy and true. So how then can we learn to let go of our need to set our own course and trust in God’s unfailing leadership? What does it mean to follow right paths for his name’s sake?

Ash Wednesday “God is a shepherd who provides”

Text: Psalm 23: 1-2 Although it is perhaps the most familiar of all scripture passages, Psalm 23 still has much to teach us. It offers us challenge as well as comfort and it sets the tone for this year’s Lenten focus for our entire congregation, young and old alike. What does it mean for us to recognize and celebrate how God the Shepherd provides for our every need? How are we being invited and called into a different way of…
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