On this first Sunday after Christmas, may we remain joyous and share that joy with everyone around us.
On this fourth Sunday of Advent, may the glorious good news of Christ's birth fill us with love and good will.
On this third Sunday of Advent, we're glad you've joined us to prepare for Christ's coming. Welcome!
Welcome in Christ's name. Scripture says if we walk in Christ's light, we can have fellowship with one another.
We have prepared our homes and church for Christmas, Lord. Now help us prepare our hearts.
On Christ the King Sunday, we welcome you in the name of Jesus, our King of kings. Let us bow down before Him, giving Him the honor He rightfully deserves.
Welcome to Worship! Let us express our gratitude to God, the giver of every good and perfect gift.
Gracious God, we praise you for the opportunity to focus on you in worship now. Amen.
Open our ears and hearts to receive your Word of Truth today as it comes to us through Scripture, preaching, music and the fellowship of faith.
On this second Sunday after Pentecost, let us say with the psalmist: 'I will praise the LORD as long as I live.' (Psalm 146:2 RSV)
Dear Lord, you deserve praise forever. May all glory be yours for the gift of life, the loveliness of the earth and your love through Christ.
On this Pentecost Sunday, almighty God, help us know the touch and power of your Holy Spirit.
On this Mother's Day, in the spirit of Mary, Jesus' mother, we proclaim: 'Here am I, the servant of the Lord.' (Luke 1:38, NRSV)
Dear Lord, you deserve praise forever. May all glory be yours for the gift of life, the loveliness of the earth and your love through Christ. Amen.
Keep us mindful, O Lord, that we are here because of your goodness. Let your light shine on us and through us.
Jesus, the good Shepherd, welcomes you into his flock, and so do we. Thanks for joining us to worship and share in Christian friendship.
Risen Christ, thank you for sharing new life with me. My heart praises you!
Second Sunday of Easter
Sunrise sewrvice on Easter Sunday
Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord! (Mark 11:9, NIV). Blessed are we who worship in his name.
Welcome to all who have come to praise and enjoy the living God. Let us give glory and thanksgiving to our Creator and show kindness to one another.
Welcome friends, old and new! With pleasure and joy, let us praise God and have Christian fellowship with one another.
May God’s glory abide with us today. May the love of God be increased within us and be extended toward our fellow worshipers. Welcome children of God.
As we worship you, Lord, enable us to become truly one in our fellowship.
As we progress in pur journey through Lent, dear Savior, help us remember that we don't live by bread alone but by every word that comes from you. (Matthew 4:4)
Help us put aside all worldly cares, dear Lord, as we come to worship you now. As we progress in our journey through Lent, dear Savior, help us remember that we don't live by bread alone but by every word that comes from you.
Devine Spirit, open my ears to hear your Word, my heart to receive it and my mouth to respond in praise. Amen.
May joy and peace be yours as we praise our Lord and grow close to God and one another. Welcome friends!
We rejoice in your presence today as we join together in worshiping our loving Creator. Welcome to the family of God!
Gracious Lord, just as you have brought us to the threshold of this new year, guide us as we journey through each day.
As we begin this wonderful New Year, may our vow be to serve God with fresh diligence.