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Our Most Acceptable Sin

Our Most Acceptable Sin
 
Would you agree – as others have pointed out – that as Christians we are quick to recognize and condemn things like drunkenness, immodesty, and obscene language while overlooking one of the most common sins in our own lives:  gluttony.   
 
This Sunday morning Pastor Shaun brings a message titled “Man Does Not Live on Bread Alone” as we continue with our sermon series called Fatal.  We’ll spend some time talking about what gluttony is, and end with what we can do about it. 
 
We hope to see you this Sunday, but if you can’t be here please be sure to catch one or both of the services as we live stream at 8:00 and again at 10:30. 
 
Go HERE five minutes prior to either service to view the live stream.
Go HERE for an outline for this week’s message.
 
We’ll also be singing to God and about God as we gather; here are the songs for Sunday:
 
8:00 SERVICE
Praise Him!  Praise Him!
Holy, Holy, Holy
Come Thou Almighty King
Have Thine Own Way Lord
 
10:30 SERVICE
God So Loved
Who You Say I Am
King of Kings
Enough
 
Finally, just a reminder of what has become our standard protocol:
  • If you find yourself in a high-risk category, it would be wise to view the service via the live stream.
  • Please remain at home if you do not feel well or if you have been around someone who has not been well, and again, be sure to join us by viewing the live stream.
  • We will continue to ask that everyone (except for health reasons) wear a mask as you enter and as you leave.  
  • Please continue to practice physical distancing at all times.
  • Even as we are seated in every other row, please go out of your way to establish a generous amount of distance between yourself and others when choosing your seat. The room is large enough for us to spread out quite a bit.
  • At the same time, please engage in conversations with those around you!
  • When using the restroom, please wash your hands thoroughly. Please continue to make use of the hand sanitizer that we have in the foyer and in the Auditorium. 
Thank you, and we’re looking forward to worshipping Jesus with you this Sunday!