Worship is more about the One being worshiped than it is about the one worshiping. With that in mind, you are invited to come dressed comfortably and appropriately. If that means jeans and a t-shirt, then come in jeans and a t-shirt. If that means a suit and tie, come in a suit and tie. The focus isn’t on how we look or what we wear, but Who we worship.
This Coming Sunday
We usually begin our morning worship service with announcements and music as we gather. The service begins at 10:30 with a Call to Worship, usually from the book of Psalms. This Sunday, Pastor Doug Mixer will be preaching a message from Colossians 1:1-2 titled, “The Saints and Faithful Brethren”. To prepare for the upcoming message, last week’s sermon notes and preparation guide can be found here.
On Sunday, as we gather, we sing God-honoring music, read Scripture and pray together before we take the Lord’s Supper and listen to our pastor bring the Word of God. The bulletin guides us through the worship service and includes announcements of upcoming events.
Our bulletin for the worship service can be found here.
To help us all grow as we engage with the text of Scripture, we supply a study guide of what the pastor is going to be preaching on Sunday morning. This includes a notes section for while he is preaching, a group of application questions to ponder after the sermon and preparation questions for the next week. In addition we provide a Bible reading schedule to help you if you want to read the Bible in a year and a map of our local area to stir us up to pray for the lost.
If you wish to follow along during the message, you can download the guide here.
View last week’s broadcast on our YouTube channel
Our order of worship for January 12 can be found below:
Scriptural Call to Worship
Hymn of Praise
“Glorious Things of These Are Spoken”
Prayer of Praise
Prayer of Confession
Scripture Assurance of Pardon
Hymn of Redemption
“Great Is Thy Faithfulness”
Song of Response
“O Great God”