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How Firm a Foundation!

"Send out your light and your truth; let them lead me; let them bring me to your holy hill and to your dwelling!” Psalm 43:3

We sing together in worship of the firm foundation laid for us in our Lord’s excellent word! This month another in our series of time - honored traditions in worship. We explore together how in the service of worship the truth of God’s light shines and guides us leading into his holy presence!

The Psalmist prays, “Send out your light and your truth; let them lead me; let them bring me to your holy hill and to your dwelling!” The Word of our God is the very structure upon which we stand in faith. It is also the foundation of our worship and of the historic Liturgy itself. From the beginning in blessing to the readings and the preaching, God’s word is at the heart of our gathering as he sends forth the light of his word and we receive it by faith!

Our adult class begins this month as we learn together of the word of our God. We will begin with the theme, “Trusting his voice and learning to listen!” Join us for 7 Sundays beginning Sunday, September 9th at 9am for this informal class as we explore God’s word together. All are welcome!

It is a time-honored and biblical tradition to gather for worship each week and hear the law and promise of God for his people. May we regularly receive what our Lord offers as we gather in his name and stand in faith on the foundation of his excellent word!

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