Weekly Bulletins

March 2020

April 1, 2020 ~ Midweek Lent 6

 Welcome! The theme for our evening Lenten services is, “The Son of God Goes Forth to War.”  We recognize during these 40 days of Lent that Jesus fought the war against the devil for our salvation from sin.    Throughout his ministry Jesus, our Warrior, had loyal followers. The Jewish people and 12 disciples were just some of them. The devil drew them away from Jesus though. Tonight's service focus is: The Warrior Rejected by Many...

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March 29, 2020 ~ Lent 5

 Welcome! The theme for our Sundays in Lent is, "Return to the Lord!" Lent is a time to turn from our sins that put Jesus on the cross. Lent is time to return to the Lord by remembering the forgiveness of sins that comes to us through trust in him. The narrow theme for today's service is, "Jesus will raise us from death to life." Death is our enemy, but through Jesus it is overcome. Through faith in Jesus we...

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March 25, 2020 Midweek Lent 5

 Welcome! The theme for our evening Lenten services is, “The Son of God Goes Forth to War.”  We recognize during these 40 days of Lent that Jesus fought the war against the devil for our salvation from sin.  This evening we hear a Reconnaissance Report. That report for spiritual battle tells us to know our enemy, the Devil. That report helps us to be prepared against evil. The Devil is the ruler of darkness, he lies to us, but the Light, Jesus...

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March 22, 2020 ~ Lent 4

   Welcome! The theme for our Sundays in Lent is, "Return to the Lord!" Lent is a time to turn from our sins that put Jesus on the cross. Lent is time to return to the Lord by remembering the forgiveness of sins that comes to us through trust in him. The narrow theme for today's service is, "Jesus calls us from sinful selfishness to selfless service." Turning from sin means turning from our selfish impulses and turning to Christ,...

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March 18, 2020 ~ Midweek Lent 4

THE SON OF GOD GOES FORTH TO WAR   EVENING PRAYER Page 52 in the front of the hymnal   OPENING HYMN - 595 Before the Ending of the Day   PSALM - Psalm 3 (Alternate singing, All sing refrains)   LESSON - Matthew 26:57-75   HYMN - 116 In the Hour of Trial   SERMON - Hebrews 4:15 Skirmishes   CLOSING HYMN - 411 What a Friend We Have in Jesus

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March 15, 2020 ~ Lent 3

RETURN TO THE LORD Jesus brings sight for the blind and judgment to the blinded MORNING PRAISE Page 45 in front of the hymnal   OPENING HYMN - 141 At the Lamb's High Feast We Sing   PSALM – Psalm 18 (Read Responsively)   LESSON- John 9:1-7, 13-17, 34-39   HYMN - 374 Christ Is the World's Light   SERMON- Isaiah 42:14-21 Follow the Lord’s lead for His glory   PRAYER OF THE DAY Almighty God,...

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March 11, 2020 ~ Midweek Lent 3

THE SON OF GOD GOES FORTH TO WAR   EVENING PRAYER Page 52 in the front of the hymnal   OPENING HYMN - 595 Before the Ending of the Day   PSALM – Psalm 16   HYMN - 124 Savior, When in Dust to You   SERMON - John 11:33-37 Hidden Warrior   CLOSING HYMN - 369 Beautiful Savior      

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March 8, 2020 ~ Lent 2

RETURN TO THE LORD! Jesus is God's gift for all by faith   SERVICE OF THE WORD Page 38 in the front of the hymnal   OPENING HYMN - 142 Come, You Faithful, Raise the Strain   PRAYER OF THE DAY Almighty God, you see that we have no power to defend ourselves. Guard and keep us both outwardly and inwardly from all adversities that may happen to the body and from all evil thoughts that may assault and hurt the soul; through Jesus Christ our Lord,...

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March 4,2020 ~ Midweek Lent 2

THE SON OF GOD GOES FORTH TO WAR EVENING PRAYER Page 52 in the front of the hymnal   OPENING HYMN - 595 Before the Ending of the Day   PSALM – 51b (Read responsively)   LESSON - Matthew 26:1-35   HYMN - 122 Sing, My Tongue, the Glorious Battle   SERMON - Isaiah 42:13 The Promised Warrior   CLOSING HYMN - 326 May the Grace of Christ Our Savior 

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Being therefore justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ. ~ Romans 5:1