Worship Services by Pastor Gail Bach

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.”

Promises, Promises, Promises (10:30 AM Blended) “My Love Will Never Fail”

Text: Isaiah 54:10-13, 16-17 The circumstances that continue to rock this world leave us feeling uncertain and rattled. But God continues to speak to us in the midst of the daily torrent of heartbreaking news headlines and the harsh realities of sin and hate that seem to have the final word. The promises of God are upheld continously by God’s almighty hand and come to us like a beacon of light in the dark: “though the mountains be shaken and…

Promises, Promises, Promises (9:00 AM Traditional) “My Love Will Never Fail”

Text: Isaiah 54:10-13, 16-17 The circumstances that continue to rock this world leave us feeling uncertain and rattled. But God continues to speak to us in the midst of the daily torrent of heartbreaking news headlines and the harsh realities of sin and hate that seem to have the final word. The promises of God are upheld continuously by God’s almighty hand and come to us like a beacon of light in the dark: “though the mountains be shaken and…

Good Friday Worship (7:00 PM) “The Seven Last Words”

“The Seven Last Words”—where the story is primarily told through music as the Canticle Choir and a professional orchestra perform the soul-stirring music of Michael John Trotta. Our pastors provide context through devotional reflections and we experience the holding of the cross as a worshipping community together. Bring a friend and join us for this powerful service of music and reflection.

Palm Sunday (10:30 Blended)

Luke 19:28-42 Palm Sunday marks the beginning of Holy Week for Christians around the world. As our Sunday School children join us in worship with palm branches and shouts of “hosanna,” we hear together the story of Jesus’ triumphant entry into Jerusalem and we see how events will turn that lead Jesus toward the cross of Calvary—for us and for our salvation. Christians today still need to raise our voices in singing hosanna—“Lord, save us!”

Palm Sunday (9:00 AM Traditional)

Luke 19:28-42 Palm Sunday marks the beginning of Holy Week for Christians around the world. As our Sunday School children join us in worship with palm branches and shouts of “hosanna,” we hear together the story of Jesus’ triumphant entry into Jerusalem and we see how events will turn that lead Jesus toward the cross of Calvary—for us and for our salvation. Christians today still need to raise our voices in singing hosanna—“Lord, save us!”

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?

“Doubt” (10:30 AM Blended)

Text: Mark 9:14-27  Mark’s Gospel gives us a story of a father coming to Jesus for the healing of his son. When Jesus tells him that all things are possible for those who believe, the man’s response is one that resonates with all people of faith who wrestle with matters of faith throughout our lifetimes: “I do believe, help me in my unbelief.” How does God come to us in our seasons of doubt?
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