Category Archives: Worship

Speaking ‘Amen’ to the Glory of God

If you have prayed a Christian prayer, you have used the expression, “. . . in Jesus’ name, Amen.” Many use it multiple times a day, hundreds of times in a year. Are the words just a convenient formality? Why … Continue reading

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Are You the Kind of Worshiper God Seeks?

An intense evangelistic conversation is underway in John 4:19-24. Jesus is bringing the woman at the well near Sychar to understand that he is the Messiah and to trust in him. The Lord has gently but firmly confronted her with … Continue reading

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Teaching children to worship

You may have noticed that our bulletin invites parents to have their children with them in the worship service.  Sunday School classes and some other instruction is designed specifically for different levels of maturity, age, and understanding.  However, our covenant … Continue reading

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