“Count to 40; Carry the 3” by Rev. Don Whitcomb
https://youtu.be/zruZYtruMbo Rev. Whitcomb delivered the morning message, “Count to 40; Carry the 3” on February 18. His scripture was be Mark 1:9 – 15.
This year, since Ash Wednesday falls on Valentine’s Day (February 14th), we are trying something new to observe this sacred occasion. The church sanctuary will be open from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., and Rev. Pettis will be present to confer ashes for anyone who comes by. In addition, from 12-12:30 p.m., a quiet, reflective service will be held, at the end of which ashes will be conferred. We will not hold an evening service this year. Please take a…
“Unconditional Love?” by Rev. Mark Pettis
Our Scriptures describe the love of God at many different points. We always speak of that love as unconditional, but how then do we respond to passages that seem to contradict that claim? This will be the topic on Sunday morning, March 11 at 10 a.m.
“Missing the Point” by Rev. Mark Pettis
2-11-18 Sermon (PDF) There is something to be said for pausing to reflect on a faith experience, but when does a pause become stagnation?
“We Were Worried Sick” by Jackson Greer
On Sunday, February 4, Jackson Greer, Youth Ministry Intern will deliver the morning message, “We Were Worried Sick.” Communion will be served.
“Perceived Demons” by Rev. Mark Pettis
1-28-18 Sermon (PDF) Jesus exercises demons in the Gospel stories. What sorts of “demons” plague us today, and how might they be exercised?
“Second Chances” by Rev. Mark Pettis
1-21-18 Sermon (PDF) On January 21, Rev. Pettis preached a sermon entitled, “Second Chances.” We talk a great deal about forgiveness in church, but it is important to remember that forgiveness begins with God.
“God Calls” by Rev. Matthew Baugh
Our Associate Minister candidate, Rev. Matthew Baugh, preached a sermon entitled, “God Calls.” Following worship, we will hold a congregational meeting to consider the candidate.
“Out of the Waters” by Rev. Mark Pettis
1-7-18 Sermon (PDF) Rev. Mark Pettis’ sermon title on January 7, 2018 was, “Out of the Waters.” Scripture: Mark 1:4-11.