If you are planning to join us for the 9am or 11am service, please take note of a few items:
-In view of regulations and concern for one another, everyone will be required to wear a face covering.
-Currently, There will NOT be Sunday school, children’s church, or nursery.
-Pews will be marked to provide space for distancing.
-There is currently a 100 person limit to our indoor gatherings. If we have difficulty maintaining that, we will communicate any adjustments we need to make.
We understand that you may not be comfortable returning to public gatherings yet. We will continue to live-stream our Worship Service every Sunday at 11:00 am.
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Pastor Vince teaches from the letter to the church of Laodicea. Jesus admonishes the Laodiceans on the lukewarmness of their faith. They have become like lifeless cardboard cutouts. Yet, Jesus desires to demonstrate His love towards them by bringing life to them. “The heart of Jesus is to change us.”
Our teaching in Revelation continues with focusing on the church in Sardis in Revelation 3:1-6. Jesus admonishes them for having a stale faith and for trying to live off of the vibrant believers in the past. He is calling them to wake up and be renewed to the work of the Holy Spirit. May we learn the lesson from the church of Sardis and stay alive with our eyes fixed on the power of the Holy Spirit in our midst.
Pastor Vince continues his teaching in Revelation 2:18-29 which is the letter to the church in Thyatira. Jesus is directing them to keep their eyes on Him. Do not be distracted and lose focus. Pastor Vince also refers to Acts 1:14 where we can see how the early church had such an incredible impact. How did they? They were all in one accord and were devoted to prayer. Lord, may it be so today.