King James Version (KJV)
Seek ye the Lord, all ye meek of the earth …..; seek righteousness ….. seek meekness:
Our Sabbath Worship Services will be held at 6:30 P.M. each Friday. We strive to teach people about the compassion that they should show for the less fortunate (Matthew 25:40). We also want to make known the compassion of Jesus (Matthew 9:36/15:32). The highest point of our ministry is to lead people to a point in their minds where they will know, personally and intimately, the compassionate Christ (John 17:3). A key part of each Sabbath Worship service is Holy Communion. In the ordinance that believers in Christ also call the breaking of bread, the Eucharist, and the Lord’s Supper, there is a great opportunity to lead Christians to a greater intimacy of worship of our Lord. Communion is much more than just, “bread and juice.” It is truly a communion of the saints. It is worship; total worship; true worship. As is stated by Jesus in John 4:24, it is the worship of God “in spirit and in truth.” The desire of Jesus for our worship is plainly, “all of us, for all of Him.” Whenever a pastor looks over the communion elements and talks about “the broken body and shed blood of Christ,” that message is being spoken to the believers who are present, who are also the living “body of Christ.” Our church does not meet at the same time that any other congregation in our community meets. We encourage members of other fellowships to visit our church. We would be honored if some of our ideas of worship could be taken to other congregations for their consideration.
Consider the words of the following hymn of worship, “To Him Who Sits On The Throne, And Unto The Lamb” Click onto the blog and see comments and a better view of the blog and other posts.
Senior Pastor/Equipping The Saints