Worship & Music
Traditional Sunday Worship
8, 9:30 and 11 a.m. in the Sanctuary
10:45 a.m. in Friendship Hall
CURRENT SERMON SERIES
When Tomorrow Comes Will You Know what To Do With It?
For a long time I thought the reason Jesus was born was to make it possible for God’s Children to go to heaven. That’s what some of the TV preachers want us to believe: He came to save us from the fires of hell. But this understanding of Jesus’ purpose is too small. Such thinking fails to pay attention to most of what Jesus said and did. While heaven awaits us in our ultimate tomorrow (I’ll talk about why I believe that is true) I have come to believe the primary reason Jesus was born was to get a little heaven into us here and now. Christian faith is not about avoiding some eternal punishment; it is about following Jesus now.
Jan. 4 An Infallible Bible Always Produces a Tiny God
Jan. 11 A Woman’s Place
Rev. Jenny McDevitt
Jan. 18 Ethics Are Mostly About the Body of Christ, Not Our Bodies
Jan. 25 Rev. Jay McKell
Feb. 1 Jesus Is The Way: That’s Good News Even for Folks Who Are Not Christian
Feb. 8 Why I Believe Heaven is Real
Feb. 15 If You Don’t Die Tonight, Do You Know What Tomorrow Is For?