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WORSHIP SERVICE AND COMMUNION - MARCH 3, 2024

This Sunday, Pastor Brian will conclude the sermon series entitled "Therefore welcome one another as Christ has welcomed you, for the glory of God."  This series is drawn from Romans 15:1-7 (ESV) and focuses on building unity in the Church in a world full of chaos and division.  As God's people, we are called "to pursue what makes for peace and for mutual upbuilding", using God's Word as our compass.  This week, the message will focus on the importance of all Scripture, the Old Testament and the New Testament, to enable us to lay aside our personal differences so that there is unity in Christ Jesus.  We are to focus our attention to building unity and fellowship in the church rather than causing division in the church by arguing over "disputable matters".  Paul's Charge to the Church:  "Agree to be in Unity, that God may be Glorified."  Paul's words were not only a charge ... it was his prayer.  Not only do we need the Scriptures to guide us in overcoming barriers, but we also need prayer in our lives and power from God.  To find out more about how you can pursue peace and unity, not only in the Church but also in your everyday life, join us in person or online via Facebook at 10:30 a.m. this Sunday.  Everyone is welcome to God's house!

**The serving of The Lord's Supper will be at the end of the sermon.

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This Sunday, Pastor Brian continues with Part II of the sermon series entitled "Therefore welcome one another as Christ has welcomed you, for the glory of God."  This series is drawn from Romans 15:1-7 (ESV) and focuses on building unity in the Church in a world full of chaos and division.  As God's people, we are called "to pursue what makes for peace and for mutual upbuilding", using God's Word as our compass.  This week, Paul provides us with additional examples of how we are to focus our attention to building unity and fellowship in the church rather than causing division in the church by arguing over "disputable matters" to the detriment of the church itself.  Jesus is the greatest example of setting aside His desires and plans for the benefit of others.  Luke 22:39-42 tells us that He asked His Father "...if you are willing, remove this cup from me.  Nevertheless, not my will, but yours, be done."  The very reason you and I should be willing to forfeit our liberties at times, and to bear another's weaknesses, and strive to please our neighbor for their spiritual edification, IS BECAUSE the Lord Jesus Christ set aside His liberties in obedience to His Father's plan to fulfill the needs of humanity...He willingly took our sins to the cross so that we could have redemption and a restored relationship with God.  To find out more about how you can pursue peace and unity, not only in the Church but also in your everyday life, join us in person or online via Facebook at 10:30 a.m. this Sunday.  Everyone is welcome to God's house!!!