Join us for virtual worship this Sunday, November 22 at 10amfor a live Watch Party on our Facebook page. The service is also posted at 10am on our YouTube page if you don’t have Facebook, and later on our website.
This Sunday’s online service will include communion! The only instruction is to have some sort of bread at hand: cracker, slice of bread, naan, wafer, etc.; and some kind of drink: wine, grape juice, water, or other beverage.
Join us for ourdrive-in service this Sunday, October 25, which will be broadcast live over a short-range FM transmitter. Communion will take place with individually packaged wine and wafers. Attendees will not have access to the building, including restrooms, so please plan accordingly.
Please note, there is a chance for snow on Sunday! If you prefer to stay home, you can still enjoy the service live-streamed on Facebook. It will be posted later to YouTube and our website.
On September 29 each year the church marks the Feast Day of Michael and All Angels. In the Book of Revelation, the archangel Michael is pictured as a prince and a general of the heavenly army, defeating the dragon (the ancient serpent, the devil, Satan). It is important, though, to see in Revelation 12:11 that God’s victory ultimately comes by Jesus’ death and the testimony of his followers. The power of God’s truth gives us confidence in the face of evil on earth, even in the face of our own death.
Jesus triumph over death and the grave can be felt in this praise-filled setting of “All Creatures of Our God and King” set by Hal H. Hopson.
Prayer of the Day for the Feast of Michael and All Angels
Everlasting God, you have wonderfully established the ministries of angels and mortals. Mercifully grant that as Michael and the angels contend against the cosmic forces of evil, so by your direction they may help and defend us here on earth, through your Son, Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God whom we worship and praise with angels and archangels and all the company of heaven, now and forever. Amen.