Holy Character worship series

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The Bible Year: Holy Character

Join us for worship as we continue The Bible Year through the season of Lent with a look at what it means to have Holy Character.

March 26, 2023 | Elijah
As we focus on what it means to have Holy Character, we look at the story of Elijah. Elijah and Elisha stick out in the book of Kings as prophets who call the people to wake up and repent. They listen for the still small voice of God which should be a metaphor against the loud murderous reigns of the kings of Israel and Judah. How can we quiet the noise in our own lives to hear the truth from God?

April 2, 2023 | Palm Sunday | Josiah
Wrapping up our focus on Holy Character is the story of Josiah. In a long line of kings of Israel and now the southern portion named Judah, we hear story after story of kings who turned from the ways of the Lord. The people of God become nearly impossible to decipher because they have walked so far from the ways of the Mosaic Covenant. One day, though, the book of the law is found in a hidden closet and read to King Josiah, and it breaks his heart. When was the last time our hearts were broken reading about God’s law and how far we have journeyed away from it? Will God’s chosen people return to a life of faith? Will we?

April 9, 2023 | Easter Sunday | The Rolling Stone
In Mark’s account of the Easter story, the two Marys prepare to anoint the body of the crucified Christ. They both take pause and wonder how they will roll away the large heavy stone that will surely block entry into the tomb. They go anyway. How would the story have changed if they let fear of that immovable stone stop them from witnessing the resurrection? What stone keeps us away from resurrection in our own lives? What if it’s really just a rolling stone? 

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April 16, 2023 | The Donkey, Elephant, and Lamb
God’s chosen people are finally headed out of exile and back into Jerusalem. Things are looking hopeful and there are a few leaders who work very hard to restore order and build a sound foundation for the people of God. They rebuild the temple, they rebuild the wall around Jerusalem, and then they bring out and read the Book of the Law for the people to hear the ways in which they should live. The only problem is you can change politics all you want but until you change hearts, nothing really changes. 

April 23, 2023 | Girl Power
The Book of Esther is one of the most interesting and entertaining books in all of Scripture, but why is it there? God is not mentioned once. It’s all about the salvation of God’s chosen people, the Jews, but can they be saved without God? Join us Sunday and find out!

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Traditional Worship | 8:30 a.m. | Sanctuary
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