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SUNDAY SERVICE OF WORSHIP SEPTEMBER 20, 2020

Sound Issues – There are two places in today’s service where there is no sound. The following is what is being said during the silent sections: 

The Call to Confession:God offers us grace, and yet we grumble. God hears our grumbling and provides, and yet we want more. God’s generosity knows no bounds, and yet we begrudge God’s goodness. Recognizing the many ways we miss the mark of discipleship, we approach God with our confession, grateful that God’s loving … Read the rest

FAITH COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH SUNDAY SERVICE OF WORSHIP SEPTEMBER 13, 2020

It is with great pleasure that we welcome the Rev. Michelle James to our family of faith, and to our pulpit on her first Sunday as our new Supply Pastor.  Michelle is approaching her 25th anniversary of ordination and we are very pleased and excited to have her continue her journey in ministry with us. Since we are together, yet apart, we invite you to the church for a “Socially Distant” but personal welcome one of the next two Sundays. Read the rest

Sunday Service of Worship

OUR CALL TO WORSHIP: 
During the time of year when we celebrate our nation’s labors, we also celebrate the work of God’s Spirit among us. We come to worship, acknowledging that as disciples of Jesus Christ, we share together in the work of continuing God’s Kingdom here on earth. So we enter this time of worship as God’s people – people of faith, of vision, of courage, and of hope. Even though apart, we now come together to praise, to Read the rest

Sunday Service of Worship

OUR CALL TO WORSHIP: 
God’s mighty acts in the world are well-known.  
This makes us a people of history
God’s redemption is best seen in Jesus Christ.
This makes us a people of faith.
God’s salvation strengthens us to change the world. 
This makes us a people of prayer, praise, and action. 
God comes to us now, regardless of where we may be.
This makes us ready to worship, bringing our thanks to
God for what we have been given, Read the rest