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Archive: A Summer Worship Change

The Coordinating Council at the request of the Board of Elders approved a temporary change for this summer’s worship schedule. Starting on July 7 through September 1st, we will combine the 7:45 and 9:30 am worship service on Sundays into one service at 8:30am. Bible Class will then take place at 9:45 am in the church lower level.

The reasons for this are:

  1. Historically we have had low attendance during the summer months;
  2. Combining the services will enhance our worship by bringing together more voices to sing God’s praise;
  3. It will give a better opportunity for our members to meet with and socialize with those members they may not see due to the number of services;
  4. and finally, an earlier time for this worship would allow us to gather when it is still relatively cool.

We realize that some may see this as inconvenient, but we pray that everyone will accommodate themselves to this temporary change and remember the One who invites and blesses our gatherings at whatever time! Let us all make summer worship a priority for ourselves during these summer months.

Archive: Promises from Jesus Our Ascended Lord - Observer Message - June-July 2013

We live in a world searching for truth. Many people today believe that real truth is no longer to be found. We, however, take refuge in our Savior who spoke only the truth, and who even called Himself the Way, the Truth and the Life. Knowing that everything uttered by our Lord was true, we take great comfort in the many promises He made – promises that will indeed be kept.

Truly He is worthy to receive honor, for He has promised that we will become members of His holy family. Jesus said, “I will not leave you as orphans; I will come to you.”

Truly He is worthy to receive adoration, for He has promised us complete freedom. Jesus said, “If you hold to my teaching you are really my disciples, then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.”

Truly He is worthy to receive wisdom, for He has promised the light of life. Jesus said, “I have come into the world as a light, so that no one who believes in me should stay in darkness.”

Archive: So You Want To Understand the Old Testament! - Observer Message - May 2013

If you are like me, then there is one area of God’s Word that has always prove to be difficult. That is the area of understanding the Old Testament. What is it message and why was it written the way it was written? What or who should we see on every page and in every account that is record in the books that run from Genesis to Malachi?
What is the “key” to understanding the Old Testament revelation?

You will remember that on the day of Jesus’ resurrection in the afternoon two disciples of Jesus were traveling to the little village of Emmaus. As they walked they were discussing the events of that morning. Jesus joins them and asks what they are discussing. Their reply is important!

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