Worship Services on Romans

Worship (10:30 Contemporary) “Being Church Together – Part 2”

Text: Romans 15:4-6 How is God at work in us and in our church? What is the work of our church and why does it matter? We focus in on the role that we are called to play as God is joining us together to become a holy temple in the Lord “so that together we may with one voice glorify the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ.”

Worship (9:00 AM Traditional) “Being Church Together – Part 2”

Text: Romans 15:4-6 How is God at work in us and in our church? What is the work of our church and why does it matter? We focus in on the role that we are called to play as God is joining us together to become a holy temple in the Lord “so that together we may with one voice glorify the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ.”

Great Big Little Words (10:30 Blended) “Share”

Text: Romans 12:1-2 There is always more than enough to share. But God is calling us to give of ourselves in ways that may take us out of our comfortable lives and into the lives of others. What does it mean to offer ourselves as “living sacrifices”? As we say in our offering prayer: “our selves, our time, and our possessions.”

Great Big Little Words (9:00 AM Traditional) “Share”

Text: Romans 12:1-2 There is always more than enough to share. But God is calling us to give of ourselves in ways that may take us out of our comfortable lives and into the lives of others. What does it mean to offer ourselves as “living sacrifices”? As we say in our offering prayer: “our selves, our time, and our possessions.”

Great Big Little Words (10:30 AM Blended) “Hope”

Text: Romans 5:1-5 What we need more than anything these days is hope.  In Paul’s letter to the Romans, he tells us precisely where hope comes from and how we can get it.  Romans 5 also tells us that “hope does not disappoint us, because God has poured out his love into our hearts by the Holy Spirit.”  This is the good news that we’ve been looking for and it is well worth sharing!

Great Big Little Words (9:00 AM Traditional) “Hope)

Text: Romans 5:1-5 What we need more than anything these days is hope.  In Paul’s letter to the Romans, he tells us precisely where hope comes from and how we can get it.  Romans 5 also tells us that “hope does not disappoint us, because God has poured out his love into our hearts by the Holy Spirit.”  This is the good news that we’ve been looking for and it is well worth sharing!

“Forming Our Thoughts” (10:30 AM Blended)

Text: Romans 12:1-2 Our actions and our interactions grow out of how we think and how we view the world around us. God through the Apostle Paul urges us in Romans 12 not to “conform any longer to the pattern of this world, but to be transformed by the renewing of your mind.” Join us as we learn more about our Christian calling to see the world and to form our thoughts and opinions through the lens of God’s grace.

“Forming our Thoughts” (9:00 AM Traditional)

Text: Romans 12:1-2 Our actions and our interactions grow out of how we think and how we view the world around us. God through the Apostle Paul urges us in Romans 12 not to “conform any longer to the pattern of this world, but to be transformed by the renewing of your mind.” Join us as we learn more about our Christian calling to see the world and to form our thoughts and opinions through the lens of God’s grace.

All Saints’ Day

Text: Romans 8:38-39 This Sunday marks a special time in the church year when we remember those loved ones who have received their eternal rest in heaven with our Lord. Candles are lit in the memory of departed saints and our music and preaching combine to tell the story of the reason for our eternal hope in Christ. The Canticle Choir and Chamber Choir join together with orchestra to perform portions of contemporary composer Michael John Trotta’s “Light Shines in…

Hope (10:30 AM)

What’s the Point: Hope Text: Romans 12:9-12 God, through the Gospel of Jesus Christ, has given us ample reason to be “joyful in hope, patient in affliction, and faithful in prayer.”  As we wrap up our series, we examine Christian hope that is firmly rooted not in mere optimism that denies the reality of contemporary problems but in the truth of God’s love for us and for the all the world; a truth that changes everything.
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