Sunday, May 24, 2020
Over the past two months we have experienced a lot of ups and downs. Many things have been taken away from us. Many losses have been suffered. There is plenty of reason to be despondent. This was no less true for Paul when he was writing his letter to the church in Ephesus. His start-up church had a lot of issues to work through. They were all brand new at being Christians and so there was a lot of “learning as you go.” Sound familiar? And yet Paul writes about gratitude, and hope, and being the body of Christ together. Join us this Sunday as Pastor Curt preaches about how our losses are also gains and how even in times such as this, there is much for which we can be grateful.
All the tools you’ll need to join us this Sunday!
In this time when we are not able to gather together in person, we are happy to provide our Sunday Worship service to you from the comfort of your home. Below you will find everything to join us. You will need access to Adobe Acrobat to view the bulletin. You can download that for free here.
Service begins promptly at 10:15 am on Sunday, and though we can’t all be together in person, we strongly encourage singing along and participating in any way you’d like! The service is accessible through your phone as well as your personal computer just by clicking on one of the link below.
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