Here’s our worship bulletin in PDF format, so you can download it.
Due to a flare-up of Covid in Polk County schools, GRIEFSHARE will be suspended temporarily, Lonney McDonald announced on August 29. The support group sessions will resume as soon as it is deemed safer for all. Thank you for helping us protect each other.
The subject of this session is Ephesians 6:10-20. May the Holy Spirit inform our hearts and minds as we contemplate how we, as a church, can put on God’s “armor.”
Join us as we continue learning about this important letter from St. Paul to congregations everywhere.
Let’s study Ephesians 4: 1-16 together.
As we study Paul’s prayer for the Church, may we also consider how we pray for the Church today. Thank you, Pastor Buddy, for leading us through the prayer and the following doxology.
Pastor Buddy’s first session of the Ephesians Bible study is online at YouTube. Check it out. Jot down your questions and comments. Buddy will welcome your feedback.
Lonney McDonald just announced that the next GriefShare support group will begin on Saturday, Aug. 14, from 3-5 pm. For more information, including how to register and what to expect, please refer to our GriefShare page.
We welcome all who are able to join us this week for these special services.
Please wear your mask and practice social distancing.
Lent began on Wednesday, Feb. 17 (Ash Wednesday). We did not have in-person Ash Wednesday services, due to Covid-19 restrictions. But Pastor Buddy began a weekly Lenten Bible Study on Ash Wednesday. The pre-recorded video sessions are available on Facebook and on our website, posted every Wednesday. Audio versions are available on Sermon by Phone at 1-423-226-6437 and on our usual podcast sites: Buzzsprout, Stitcher, Google, etc.
Sunday worship services are available online, in the parking lot and in person to all mask-wearing social distancers at 11 a.m. To hear the most recent service: call (1-423-226-6437), use the Facebook link to Buzzsprout, or go to the Worship Highlights web page.
The Monday Community Meals began on Feb. 1 and are “to go” only. Meals may be picked up 4 – 6 p.m. There is no charge, but donations are gratefully accepted. Contact Evelyn Stemmann or Sheppie Dunn, if you’d like to help.
Pastor Buddy’s study of Ephesians continues, with a hard look at what Paul is saying to congregations about God’s ideas of wisdom. Very practical stuff for us.
The second session of Pastor Buddy’s Ephesians study has been completed. It covers Chapter 2, verses 11-22.