Series: The Way of Salvation
Blessed Be the Ties? (Common Ground Contemporary)
August 30, 2020 | Rev. Will White
Passage: 1 Thessalonians 5:14
Sunday, August 30, 2020
Rev. Will White preached a sermon titled,
"Blessed Be the Ties?" based on
1 Thessalonians 5:14,
1 John 1:7, Hebrews 10:24-25
Ecclesiastes 4:12 and
Goal: To encourage Christian fellowship.
This Sunday, we’ll depart a little from the process of growing in faith to talk about a tool that helps make it happen.
Q: What needs to be in place for Christian growth to occur?
A: A Christlike character of the church, small groups, and accountability, help drive “disciple-making”.
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Grace and Peace, Rev. Will White,
Lead Pastor of Pender UMC
Announcements for this week.
Children's Sunday School August 30, 2020:
A Call to Worship.
Today's Sunday school we talk about the book of Psalms.
Today’s Sunday school is all about Psalms - A Call to Worship. The talented Lucero family sings, Kimiko and Phil Hannum, Jeff Raich answer kid friendly questions about Psalms, a collage with Raymond Pandley (sort of hahaha), and, of course, sign language with Mrs Laurie Lett.
Sermon Series: “The Way” (July 19-September 6, 2020) by Rev. Will White
Series Goal: To encourage worshippers to embrace “The Way” (of Salvation) in their daily living.
We will delve into crucial UM beliefs by sharing stories of the early Methodists, as well as insights from contemporary Wesleyan scholars (Adams, Watson, Heitzenrater, Campbell, and many more). We’ll dive deeply into “The Way of Salvation” and will touch on other beliefs such as: The Quadrilateral, Means of Grace, the importance of small groups, Rules of the Societies, and the importance of fellowship. These are discipleship, relationship, and church development related sermons. We will talk about working together to find opportunities for members and friends to discuss “The Way” in pandemically appropriate ways. The Way of Salvation is important because losing sight of this faith process has kept Christians from growing in faith and has hurt the church.