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this week on
Sunday, August 7th
For a worship service of
Word and Table
will bring the message,
When Faith Becomes Rote
This week, we continue in the Season of Kingdomtide. It is a season primarily focused on the teachings of Jesus about the kingdom of God.
Our scripture for Sunday comes from Hebrews 11:1-3,8-16 & Luke 12:32-40. Paul tells writes to the Hebrews about what it is to live in faith. Jesus, in Luke, teaches about persistence and diligence. Don't lose focus, don't become slack, but keep vigilant in the teachings.
How do you feel about worship and ritual? Does it help you walk faithfully with God?
What practices help you keep your faith fresh?
What happens when we put our faith on autopilot?
What happens when we intentionally and consistently evolve in our faith?
Sunday, August 14: What Race Are We Running?
10th Sunday of Kingdomtide
Hebrews 11:29-12:2 & Luke 12:49-56 - Paul writes in his letter about running a race with perseverance. Yet, Jesus talks about bringing division into the world. If Jesus is teaching about division, what kind of race is it we are running?
Sunday, August 21: Who Said You Could Do Good Work Today?
11th Sunday of Kingdomtide
Luke 13:10-17 - Jesus is confronted by the religious leaders for healing a severely bent-over woman on the Sabbath. How is it that society ever came to believe there are times when we shouldn’t do good? Does this still happen today?
Sunday, August 28: Spiritual Love Languages
12th Sunday of Kingdomtide
Hebrews 13:1-8,15-16 & Luke 14:1,7-14 - Jesus tells a story about acting with humility and charity. Paul writes to the Hebrews, reminding them of ways in which we can serve God through kindness to each other. What if we looked at these like love languages?
Sunday, September 4: A Tollbooth on the Path of Faith
13th Sunday of Kingdomtide
Jeremiah 18:1-11 & Luke 14:25-33 - The prophet Jeremiah speaks about God's ability to reshape the people to whom God would have them be. God being God has the absolute authority to do so. In Luke, Jesus adds to this... If we are to ask God to reshape us, we must first consider what a life of faith will cost us.