Message from Our Senior Minister
Grace and Peace Be Unto You!
The New Year is a time for reflection and renewal. We can reflect on how God carried us through as we walk by faith in 2021. Let’s walk together! Stay faithful, trust the Lord with all things, and enjoy every day of life.
Our 2020 Theme is “Getting to Know Jesus Christ through the Psalms”, the Psalter. I encourage you to write your Psalm, starting with “The Lord is My.” Write it today, tomorrow, or throughout the month and email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will review and put them on the website as an inspiration for others. Remember, the same Shepherd that provided for them ‘then’ is the same Shepherd for us ‘now.’ Follow the Lord Jesus and embrace him as your Shepherd.
Updates for the week
- Visit the Website, Mobile App, FaceBook or YouTube Channel to stay connected with us!
- Drop offs for community table items and tithes/offerings
Sunday: 8:00am – 12:00pm
Tuesday – Thursday: 11:00a – 1:00pm
- Wednesday Night Bible Study, livestreamed at 7:00pm.
- Volunteers Needed
Children and youth Sunday School is coming soon! Volunteers are needed for our virtual environment! If you are interested, please email email@example.com
Week of January 3rd (Holy Communion)
Psalm 23; St John 10:11-18
Thought: Jesus Christ is our Shepherd!
Week of January 10th (State of Church Address)
Psalm 40:1-5 (esp. 3)
Thought: The power and need of effective witnessing
Week of January 17th (Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Observance)
Psalm 118:19-25; St Matthew 21:33-46; Acts 4:11; I Peter 2:4-10 (esp. 6)
Thought: Disappointment and rejected while on Divine assignment
Week of January 24th (Annual Mission Emphasis)
Psalm 78:1-11; St Matthew 13:35; St Luke 4:17-19
Thought: Make it plain, the mission of or from the message/messenger
Week of January 31st
Psalm 37:10-29; St Matthew 5:5; St John 6:41-51
Thought: Responsible for your Inheritance: Irresponsible living
PRAYER: Gracious Lord, we need our Shepherd’s care, protection, and direction; we seek Your mercy, forgiveness, and grace in advance as we follow our Shepherd. Amen.