Preparing to worship
What do you know about King David? As we head into summer we are going to be reading from 1 and 2 Samuel and exploring his faith and life. In addition Reverend MacLellan will be with us for four Sundays in June and July and he will be exploring the same questions as the Wednesday Evening Barbeque series.
On June 3, Reverend Dimock will be away, attending General Assembly and Reverend MacLellan will be preaching the sermon, God helps those who help themselves and other things the Bible doesn’t say.
June 10, Communion Sunday, Reverend Dimock is back with us and preaching from 1 Samuel 8:4–20. The sermon title, We want a King, comes from the Israelites who want to be like other nations, with a King to unite them and rule over them. Whether this is a good idea or not, we will discuss.
Please note: summer service hours begin on June 17; there is a single service every Sunday at 10:00 a.m.
June 17, we continue on to 1 Samuel 15:34–16:13 and the anointing of David as King. Reverend Dimock will be preaching and the sermon title is What do you see?
On June 24, Reverend Dimock will be preaching at Westminster Presbyterian Church and Reverend MacLellan will be back with us continuing to explore half-truths, things we think the Bible says but it doesn’t.