Sunday was a fantastic worship experience! The weather kept many from safely traveling to the church to hear our great Chancel Choir sing with the brass ensemble at both services, but our TV crowd was much larger! As people came out of worship, they told me they were “inspired,” “greatly encouraged,” and “lifted up!”
This coming Sunday is Christ the King Sunday! Join us as we celebrate God’s great work among us on this last Sunday of the liturgical church year. During this month, we are examining “Aspects of the Kingdom of God” in our sermon series. We have explored “Attitude,” “Attentiveness,” and “Action."
This week we read from Matthew 25: 31-46. Jesus speaks more strong words that call and challenge us in our discipleship. The sermon title is, “ALLIES.” Jesus tells us who is included in our family and how we are to respond to the “least of these.” Come Sunday and join together with your Christian family for worship!
Each day sees more people who have joined in estimating their giving for next year. As more and more cards come in, the number of calls the staff will make on Monday afternoon, November 24, shrinks.
We call in order to give every giver from last year a chance to be included this year, yet it takes much time. If you have not sent in your card and could do so by this Sunday, that would advance the cause. (You can always call in your pledge to our Financial Secretary, Sheri Nellis, at the church at 918-583-5181. She will gladly assist you.)
Big thanks goes to all of you who have already made your commitment. Your willingness to commit encourages us all!
Sunday will be a great day of festive celebration in worship. Join us at 8:30 or 11:00!