Upcoming in Worship

Upcoming in Worship

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Pentecost Sunday, May 28: Rev. Scott D. Samuelson preaching on “Faithfulness” (Acts 1:1–11; 2:1–4; Hebrews 10:23; Proverbs 3:3–4);  Worship Team with organ at 9:00 a.m.
Pentecost is yet another sign of God’s faithfulness to keep promises. For what are we still waiting from God? In what ways are we called to mirror God’s faithfulness?

Trinity Sunday, June 4: Communion; Rev. Susan Sytsma Bratt preaching on “Gentleness” (Philippians 4:4–8); Worship Team at 9:00 a.m.
Gentleness in Scripture is often paired with justice. It is not a weakness, or a niceness, but a way of being that allows others to be seen. What does gentleness look like in our cancel culture?

Sunday, June 11: “Fruit of the Spirit” spring worship series concludes; Rev. Susan Sytsma Bratt preaching on “Self-Control” (Galatians 1:1–10; Galatians 5:16–26); Festival Choir and Orchestra at 9:00 a.m.
Self-control is not about tracking calories or discipline. Self-control in the Greek is about how we are in relationship with others. How are we in right relationship with others? We’ll look at Paul and how he wrote this letter to the Galatians as an example of self-control, and reflect on all the fruits of the Spirit.

VBS Celebration Sunday, June 18: Rev. Susan Sytsma Bratt preaching on “Shine Jesus’ Light” (Matthew 5:14–16); High School Worship Team at 9:00 a.m.
Jesus gives us the gift of His love and we are called to share that love and shine Jesus’ light in the world. Our VBS kids will lead worship and help us to see Jesus’ light. 

                                     Spring Worship Series—“Fruit of the Spirit”—Galatians 5:22–23

If Christ is Lord and His Spirit dwells within our hearts, we will begin to be changed. By God’s grace and the work of the Holy Spirit, our attitudes, behaviors, and actions will increasingly be aligned with the things of God. And we will take on the attributes of Christ. As the Apostle Paul puts it, we will begin to bear the fruit of the Spirit. Join us as each Sunday we explore another characteristic of life in the Spirit and seek to cultivate that fruit within us. April 16–June 11.