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Sunday, June 13 Worship Bulletin

Sunday, June 13 Worship Bulletin

Join us for Worship at 8:30 a.m. in- person in historic Trinity Chapel or in-person at 10:30 a.m. in our main Sanctuary.

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Worship:       

            We will be reading from I Samuel 15:34 – 16:13. God regrets allowing Saul to become Israel’s first king and solves the problem by providing for a new king. This time, the people would not get a vote. The process for selecting as well as the result would surprise everyone. God looks beyond superficial attributes and sees deep into the heart.

The Rev. David Cooney will be leading worship this morning.

Food for Thought:   

            “Life isn’t meant to be lived perfectly…but merely to be LIVED. Boldly, wildly, beautifully, uncertainly, imperfectly, magically LIVED.” (Mandy Hale)

Sunday, May 9, 2021 Bulletin

Sunday, May 9, 2021 Bulletin

Join us for Worship at 8:30 a.m. in- person in historic Trinity Chapel or in-person at 10:30 a.m. in our main Sanctuary.

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Worship        

John 15:9–17 “…love one another.”

These are the words of Jesus to his followers. So simple, and yet not always so easy. Jesus’ commandment to love one another in John, chapter 15, verse 12, is one of the strongest themes of Jesus’ teaching.  Not only does Jesus “command” us “to love one another,” he shows us how:  To love each other “as I have loved you.”  Jesus then “pushes the envelope” in verse 13: “No one has greater love than this, to lay down one’s life for one’s friends” (John 15:9-17).

Today, we will ordain and install the newly elected elders, deacons, and committee chairs and honor those who have been serving as deacons and greeters during the past year.

Sunday, May 2nd Bulletin

Sunday, May 2nd Bulletin

Join us for Worship at 8:30 a.m. in- person in historic Trinity Chapel or in-person at 10:30 a.m. in our main Sanctuary.

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Worship                           Abides

John 15:1–8 “Every branch that bears fruit God prunes to make it bear more fruit.”

Jesus explains that God is like an expert gardener – an image well understood by the people who lived in Jesus’ agrarian times. Today we can still identify with this imagery’s meaning in our lives. We might already know that if we do not stay connected to the source of life we will not flourish. We will not bear fruit. The connection, to the source of life and community, is vital to our Christian faith. When we forget, how do we become reconnected?                                                                                I John 4: 7-21 tells how important it is to abide in God.  God is love, and when we love one another; God lives in us.  Love is the fruit that we, the vine, produce.  We are called to love our brothers and sisters, as God has loved us.

This Sunday we will be sharing communion, please prepare your worship centers with bread or a cracker, a cup of water or juice or wine.  Following worship, we will have our annual congregational meeting to review church finances and activities for 2020. 

Sunday, April 25th Bulletin

Sunday, April 25th Bulletin

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 Love in Truth and Action
John 10:11–18 “I know my own and my own know me.”

Jesus identifies himself in terms that people of his day and culture could understand – “I am the good shepherd.” Being a good shepherd is linked to knowing the sheep and laying down one’s life for the sheep.In Acts 4: 5-12, we find Peter and John in prison.  Power to speak, power to act, power to be bold, power to follow, power to love: all are connected to a belief in the saving power of the name of God and the name of Jesus Christ.

 

 

 

 

Sunday, April 18, 2021 Bulletin

Sunday, April 18, 2021 Bulletin

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The 10:30 service  can be attended in person or can be viewed online at:CLICK HERE to join the livestream at 10:30 a.m.

11:30 a.m. Virtual Fellowshiphttps://zoom.us/j/153605864?pwd=M2VSRjZsRDdFd1Q4bms0RExzam5SUT09&status=success PW:  007681

 

April 18      Love Means Showing Up
            Luke 24:36b–48 “Peace be with you.”

Here it is again – another story like last week from John’s gospel (John 20:19–31) when Jesus encounters the disciples after the Resurrection and greets them with a word of peace. This encounter, however, doesn’t seem to calm the disciples but stirs them up. When does being a Christ-like peace bearer stir things up?

Acts 3:12–19 recounts Peter’s sermon following his and John’s healing encounter with a person who has been lame since birth (v. 2).