July Revival has been a little different, with scaffolding covering a large percentage of the sanctuary. But as our Music Director, Dr. Joel Panciera, has noted, in our crowding together our singing may have improved. Join us for this last Sunday of revival worship as we sing, sing, sing!
Preaching with fervor was also a part of the old-time revivals, and for our preaching series this month we have been focusing on “Practices for God’s Beloved.” Following the lectionary again, we read this Sunday from Matthew. Matthew 13:31-33, 44-52 leads us into a discussion of what is most valuable in our lives.
As we have done each week, we will also utilize the wonderful writing of the Reverend Trevor Hudson in his book, Discovering Our Spiritual Identity. I also am recommending that you use it as your summer reading project.
Books are available at the church. Our sermon title is, “Growing Into Christlikeness.”
As we come to this final Sunday in July, continue to pray that God’s Spirit is moving among us and that we are responding in faith!
Invite someone to join us for worship, because generous hospitality is another mark of a revival. We love to welcome new people among us! Singing, preaching, praying and welcoming are a great formula for an inspiring Sunday worship experience.
Come find your place in this family of Christ!