Most of us have heard the phrase “in the 11th hour.” It means “at the last minute” and mostly points to some sort of last-minute rescue or the discovery of a solution to a problem “just in time.” This week, Rev. Jim opens the Scriptures to Matthew 20.1-16 to explain the source of this common … Read more2020 09 20 Sunday Worship “Abounding Grace”
What is something we love to give, but hate to receive? We do it all the time. Judgement. In fact, it’s such a habit that you’ve probably already done it today more times than you think. It’s rampant in the “comment” sections all over the web! This week, Rev Jim wraps up our summer lectionary … Read more2020-09-13 Sunday Worship “Judgement and Mercy”
What does it mean to live a “virtuous” Christian life? What does it mean for our relationships within the church and out in the world? This week, our Ordinand and Bible Teacher, Mathew Seeram, opens the book to Romans 12.9-21.
How often have your changed your mind? On the little things of life, probably a lot. But Christians are bombarded with messages every day trying to convince us to change our mind on issues that are important to our faith, and to God. Media, advertising, entertainment and even sporting events now market specific causes or … Read more2020-08-30 Sunday Worship “Transformation”
We have made worshiping throughout the week easier for you. Below is the Liturgy of Morning prayer (short version), and the Family Liturgy with prayers throughout the day. Please feel free to download and print them for worship at home. For Morning Prayer click HERE. For Family Prayer click HERE.