Eighteenth Sunday After Pentecost
October 13, 2019
In the First reading is from; 2 Kings 5:1-3, 7-15c, in this passage Elisha miraculously cures his illness, but only after Naaman realizes, with the help of his servants, that he also needs healing for his pride.
In the Second reading; 2 Timothy 2:8-15; even as Paul is chained as a prisoner, he reminds Timothy that the word of God is never shackled of confined. He encourages his young friend to proclaim that word of freedom in an honest and upright life as well as in his teaching and preaching.
Today’s Gospel reading, Luke 17:11-19, Jesus’ mission includes making the unclean clean again. Unexpectedly, a cleansed Samaritan leper becomes a model for those who would praise and worship God and give thanks for God’s mercy.
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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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.