As we await the coming of the New Year, let us resolve to be more like Christ in every endeavor.
Christmas Eve Service
As we gather on this blessed Christmas Eve, may we sense the presence of the living Christ, whose glory has graced this earth.
It's almost time! Thank you for joining us as we prepare our hearts and await the divine birth announcement.
In your mercy, Lord, grant us tranquility and Christmas joy as we approach your throne of grace.
We have prepared our homes and church for Christmas, Lord. Now help us prepare our hearts.
Today is Christ the King Sunday. We are here to celebrate the King of Glory! Welcome, children of the King!
This is the Sunday before Thanksgiving. Let us be greatly thankful for all of God's blessings.
Happy are those who seek you, Lord, with their whole heart and walk in your ways (Psalm 11:2-3). May today's worship inspire us to follow that example.
On Reformation Sunday, we pray that our church and our lives may be always open to the movement of the Holy Spirit.
Let us be glad and rejoice in God's salvation, poured out for us in Jesus Christ. Welcome, one and all!
Welcome to worship! Our gracious, all-forgiving God receives you with open arms. May his love strengthen you today!
Welcome to worship, one and all. We gather as brothers and sisters in Christ to hear His Word and grow in faith and discipleship. God bless you during this holy time.
Grace to you and peace from God our Father and our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Welcome to worship as brothers and sisters in faith.
Welcome to the house of the Lord. May God's grace and peace fill you today.
How wonderful to be together as we celebrate the beginning of a new year of Christian education. Old friends and new, we're happy to see you.
We've come to rest from our labors, Lord, because your yoke is easy and your burden is light. Refresh us, O Jesus.
Lord, make us mindful of the joy your grace can be to us. Grant us the gift of your presence, we pray.
On this summer day, we welcome you to worship. Let us join our hearts and voices in praise and thanks to God!
Heavenly Creator, shine the light of your love on each of us today. May your love be in us and through us as we worship.
Creator God, we ask for renewal only you can supply. Thank you for your Grace.
Open our ears and hearts to receive your Word of Truth today as it comes to us through Scripture, preaching, music and fellowship of faith.
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Thank you, God, for the gift of your Son. We praise you that we have life through him. (1 John 5:12)
Prepare us in every way, dear Lord, to receive all the benefits of your grace, that we may be your diligent servants.
Loving Creator, as we worship you on this Mother's Day, help us to strive to do your will and glorify you in our families.
Thank you for joining us for worship as we continue to celebrate the Easter season and rejoice in Jesus' resurrection.
Welcome, as we worship the risen Lord. May we be 'of one heart and soul' (Acts 4:32) in love for one another and in praise of Christ.
Happy Easter! A warm and joyous welcome to all who gather to bear witness to the resurrection of Jesus, our King of Kings!
Hosanna to the Son of David! Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord! Hosanna in the highest! (Matthew 21:9, NIV)
Welcome to worship and fellowship on this spring morning. We're blessed that you're sharing the gift of yourself with us and with the Lord.
Help us put aside all worldly cares, dear Lord, as we come to worship you now.
Holy God, grant that our worship today may result in increased holiness for us all.
On this first Sunday in Lent, we welcome each of you and invite you to let this be a time for spiritual renewal. We encourage everyone to participate in our Lenten activities.
Almighty God, as you confronted Isaiah in the temple, clearly speak your words of strength, forgiveness and grace to us.
Favor us with the touch of your presence, loving Father, so we can worship you with our whole hearts.
This service was cancelled due to weather. No bulletin or recording is available.
Holy Spirit, help direct our thoughts toward worship so we can receive you and your Word now.
Lord, may your life-changing presence fill us today with the power we need to properly serve you.
On this second Sunday after the Epiphany, we extend a welcome to all who have come to praise our Creator.
Rejoice, brothers and sisters, as we serve God in the New Year. Reach out in Christian love to welcome one another. Welcome to all!
Lord, may each of us recognize and follow your will for us during the New Year.