Fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost-
September 15, 2019
In our first reading of Exodus 32:7-14, Today’s reading shows Moses as the mediator between an angry God and a sinful people. Moses reminds God that the Israelites are God’s own people and boldly asks mercy for them.
In the second reading of 1 Timothy 1:12-17, here the mercy shown to Paul, who once persecuted the church, is cited as evidence that even the most unworthy may become witnesses to the grace of God.
Our Gospel reading from Luke 15:1-10, Jesus tells two stories that suggest a curious connection between the lost being found and sinners repenting. God takes the initiative to find sinners, each of whom is so precious to God that his or her recovery brings joy in heaven.
May God bless our worship.
Saturday Worship Theme
A worship series entitled, “Gospel has come to you,” continues at this week’s 5:00 p.m. Saturday Contemporary Praise Worship Service. The series considers the ways in which we are called, gathered, enlightened and sanctified through the Holy Spirit.
The sermon is provided by Pastor Peter Boehringer.
Click the Sermon Videos tab to watch this past weekend sermon.
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Consider talking with a
Stephen Minister Caregiver
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It's confidential, free
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Bear one another's burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ. - Galatians 6:2
Four worship services of Holy Communion.
Saturday Contemporary Praise Worship Service begins at 5p.m.
Sunday three liturgies of Holy Communion are offered: 7:45, 9:00 & 10:30 a.m.