This Sunday in Worship…

Sunday in Worship…

This Sunday, September 19, is the Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost. We look forward to seeing you in worship and at outdoor Fellowship Hour afterwards. Pastor Martha will again be taking the younger folks to our new “Prayground” after the Children’s Time in worship.

Our scripture reading is Mark 9: 30-37, which will be read by Carol Feasel. Dawn Pixley will be our cantor, and the anthem will be provided by our Choir.

And just in case you missed our going back to our “normal” time after Summer — our worship will begin at 10:30am; you may wish to get there a little early as we will be adjusting and readjusting for a while as we return to in-person worship. Don’t forget your mask! Properly worn masks will be required for the time you are in the church building.

Please don’t forget to grab your nametag too!

You can also find worship online at:

There will also be an offering basket on a table as you enter the Sanctuary for you to share financial gifts to further the ministry of the church.

If you have prayer requests or announcements that need to be made, you may email them to the church by 6pm Saturday, 9/18/2021. Alternatively, there will be announcement cards as well as prayer request cards which the Deacons and Ushers will bring forward during the offering time, if you prefer.

At the conclusion of worship, we ask that all remain seated during the Postlude. After that, the ushers will “release” folks starting from the back of the Sanctuary coming forward. We want to make sure that anyone who is need of remaining socially distanced can easily do so. Let us all give one another the grace and space we need to regather safely and faithfully. I look forward to greeting you in the Narthex after worship.

One last note from me: I will be going on vacation after worship and will be gone until the evening of October 6. Pastor Martha will be leading worship and such while I am away. I promise to post pictures on Facebook, but will not be accessible by email or phone or messenger.

SEE you Sunday!

Thanks and blessings,

Pastor Jason