On the last Sunday of this eventful year, we will continue to sing beloved Christmas carols, and Rev. Ron Meyer will preach…
Happy Lord’s Day to you. We continue our Advent series in John 1 this morning and gather in the evening for an Advent Communion Service.
We continue our Advent series in John 1 this morning and gather in the evening for a Candlelight Carol Sing.
Today promises to be a full and joyous Lord’s Day as we gather for three indoor services this morning and a Starlight Carol Sing this evening on the Lower Parking Lot.
Happy Lord’s Day to you. This Sunday, the normal service times apply, but will we hold all four services indoors. As we make that change, we begin a new series in John 1.
What a blessing it has been to worship together on the Lower Parking Lot in recent months. I look forward to seeing many of you today, our last Sunday outdoors.
It’s hard to believe we are nine weeks into our series, “The Fruit of the Spirit in the Life of Jesus.” This morning our sermon looks at the Lord’s gentleness.
We have a God who is unlike any other god, who is near to us and available whenever we call on him.
It’s looking like a bell ringer day for Sunday services! I look forward to greeting many of you and worshiping our God and King together.
During this election week, Dr. Todd Smedley reminds us that Christ our King, the Lord of Glory, is on his throne, ruling and reigning, and nothing happens outside of his will or power.
Happy Lord’s Day to you. Outdoor services will proceed as usual this morning. Also, hope you set your clocks back one hour last night!
Dr. Todd Smedley talks to Fourth’s Music Director, Ted Bickish, about Fourth’s Music Ministry during the pandemic and our evolving plans for the Advent season.