Inside and Out
Now that Franklin County has moved from the red phase (with its stay-at-home order) into the yellow phase which allows for small gatherings, perhaps this Sunday morning some of you may wish to invite a few others from your church family into your home to worship as you take in the live stream service together.
This Sunday happens to be Pentecost, which comes 50 days after the Resurrection of Jesus on Easter Sunday. Pentecost is the day when the Holy Spirit first came upon the disciples of Jesus, and this Sunday Pastor Ray continues his 3-week series on the Holy Spirit: Here and Now.
This Sunday Ray will have us focus on the work of the Holy Spirit inside and out…specifically, how the Holy Spirit transforms us inwardly and guides us outwardly.
Prior to the message, we will all come before God with songs of praise and worship!
ANCHOR OF HOPE
Great is the Lord and most worthy of praise, refuge of strength to the end. Righteous Redeemer and mighty to save, He’s the anchor of hope for the souls of men.
LOVE HAS A NAME
There’s a hope flowing through these veins…there’s a voice that echoes through the pain…There’s an ember ready for the flame, there’s a name. My hope has a name…Jesus.
BE THOU MY VISION
Be Thou my wisdom, and Thou my true Word; I ever with Thee and Thou with me, Lord. Thou my great Father, I Thy true child; Thou in me dwelling, and I with Thee one.
You are here moving in our midst…You are here working in this place…You are here touching every heart, I worship You, I worship You.