This Sunday

This Sunday – September 15th, 2013

I’m looking forward to gathering together tomorrow to sing, study, and take communion together!

Duke will be leading our times of singing, and we have the privilege of hearing from Curt Allen as he preaches from God’s word.

You can listen to a Spotify list of the songs here as a way to prepare to sing together.

Order of service:

– Forever
Call to Worship
– Be Still My Soul
– Great Is Thy Faithfulness
– Love Shines

Missional Prayer
Vision
Song of Preparation – I Surrender All
Message
Communion
– Jesus Paid It All
– It is Finished

This Sunday – March 17th, 2013

“Bless the LORD, O my soul, and all that is within me, bless his holy name! Bless the LORD, O my soul, and forget not all his benefits, who forgives all your iniquity, who heals all your diseases, who redeems your life from the pit, who crowns you with steadfast love and mercy, who satisfies you with good so that your youth is renewed like the eagle’s.” Psalm 103:1-5

This Sunday, we have the privilege to gather together to bless the Lord by singing, studying, and taking communion.

Eric will continue our series in 1 John entitled “Confidently Christian”. He will be preaching from 1 John 1:5-10.

Ben will lead our missional prayer as we pray for Access Partners, a ministry we support that “builds businesses to enable church planting among people least reached by the gospel.”

I’ll lead our times of singing, focusing our attention on the love that God has displayed, and after the message we’ll sing about the forgiveness offered to us through Jesus.

Hope to see you there!

Order of Service:

Call to Worship
– Come Praise and Glorify
– Cornerstone
– Here is Love

Missional Prayer
Song of Preparation – Speak O Lord
Message – 1 John 1:5-10
Communion
– Shine into our Night
– We Bring Our Sins To Jesus
– Before the Throne of God Above

Benediction

This Sunday – March 10th, 2013

“Oh, taste and see that the LORD is good! Blessed is the man who takes refuge in him!” Ps. 34:8

This Sunday we have the joy of singing, studying and taking communion together, all for the purpose of seeing and celebrating Jesus Christ!

Eric will be continuing our series in 1 John, preaching from 1:1-4.

I’ll be leading our times of singing. The first half will focus on God’s faithfulness to us. After the message, we’ll take an extended time to minister to one another through singing, taking communion, and praying for those who are struggling with doubt.

Please pray that God would meet us in a powerful way as we gather as the church.

Order of Service –

Call to Worship
10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord)
Yesterday, Today and Forever (A new song for us)
– How Firm a Foundation (hymn)

Missional Prayer
Song of Preparation – Your Words of Life
Message – 1 John 1:1-4
Communion
Show us Christ
My Redeemer’s Love
Here is Love
All I Have is Christ

This Sunday – Jan. 20th, 2012

Tomorrow we are going to gather to sing, study, and take communion together. We also have the joy of welcoming 22 new members into Redeemer!

Eric will be continuing our series in Ecclesiastes, preaching from Ecc. 8:1-10:20 and Duke will be leading our time of singing.

Order of Service –

Call to Worship
– Love Shines
– I Have a Shelter
– Jesus Paid It All

Welcoming New Members
– White as Snow
Prayer for Sanctity of Life Sunday
Message – Ecc. 8:1-10:20
Communion
– Completely Done
– Happy Day

This Sunday – Jan 13th, 2012

This Sunday we will be gathering to sing, study and take communion together.

Chris Hemmelman will continue our series in Ecclesiastes, preaching from Ecc. 6:10-7:29. Please take time to read the passage before the service if you are able.

Duke will be leading our time of singing drawing our attention to the Redeeming love of Jesus.

Pray that God would meet us powerfully as we gather!

Order of service:

Call to Worship
10,000 Reasons (Bless The Lord)
– There Is A Fountain (hymn)
Be Thou My Vision
Your Name Alone Can Save

Song of Preparation – Only Jesus
Message – Ecc 6:10-7:29
Communion
Rock of Ages (hymn)
Stronger

This Sunday – Jan 4th, 2013

“Let the one who boasts, boast in the Lord.” 1 Cor. 1:31

This Sunday we come together to be edified through God’s word. We will take time to sing, study, and take communion together.

Chris will be continuing our series in Ecclesiaste preaching from 5:18-6:9, and I’ll be leading our time of singing.

Please pray that God would meet us as we gather, knowing that our Resurrected King is alive and present with his people!

Order of Service:

Call to Worship
Song of Moses
Greater Than We Can Imagine

Time of Confession
How Deep the Fathers Love For Us
All Glory Be to Christ (this is a new song with a familiar melody)

Song of Preparation – Speak, Oh Lord
Message: Ecc. 5:8-6:9
Communion
Psalm 62 (My Soul Finds Rest in God Alone)
– All Glory Be to Christ

This Sunday – Dec. 23rd, 2012

“Mild He lays His glory by, born that man no more may die
Born to raise the sons of earth, born to give them second birth
Hark! The herald angels sing: ‘Glory to the newborn King.'”

This Sunday we have the privilege of joining together to celebrate the Hope of the world as we sing, study and take communion together.

Eric will be preaching from Luke 2 as he answers the question, “Why do we need a King?” I’ll be leading our time of singing as we celebrate and ponder the Savior’s birth.

We hope that you can join us!

Order of Service:

Call to Worship
– Hark! The Herald Angels Sing (hymn)
Confession of Sin
Assurance of Pardon
You Alone Can Rescue (matt redman)
Hope Has Come (sovereign grace)
– Joy To The World (hymn)

Missional Prayer
Song of Preparation – Show us Christ (sovereign grace)
Message – Luke 2
Communion
In Christ Alone (getty/townend)
A Day of Glory (austin stone)

This Sunday – Dec. 16th, 2012

“For to us a child is born,
to us a son is given,
and the government will be on his shoulders.
And he will be called
Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God,
Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.
Of the greatness of his government and peace
there will be no end.
He will reign on David’s throne
and over his kingdom,
establishing and upholding it
with justice and righteousness
from that time on and forever.
The zeal of the Lord Almighty
will accomplish this.”
Isaiah 9:6-9

For years Israel waited for the promised Messiah, and every Christmas we celebrate that he has come! But we don’t just look back, we look forward to when Jesus has promised to come again. It is in this state of gratefulness and expectation that we gather this Sunday to sing, study, and take communion together.

Eric will be preaching from Ecc. 5:8-20 and I’ll be leading our time of singing.

Please pray that our church would be edified as we gather together!

Order of Service

Call to Worship
– O Come, O Come Emmanuel (hymn)
– What Child is This? (hymn)

Thanksgiving
– A Day of Glory (austin stone) – this is a new song that you can listen to here.
– My Hope is Built on Nothing Less (hymn)

Song of Preparation – Be Thou My Vision (hymn)
Message – Ecc. 5:8-20
Communion
– In The Shadow of the Glorious Cross (sojourn)
– All I Have is Christ (sovereign grace)

This Sunday – Dec. 9th, 2012

This Sunday we have the privilege of gathering together to sing, study, and take communion together.

Eric will be continuing our study in Ecclesiastes, and will be preaching from Ecclesiastes 4:1-5:9. If you have a chance, please read it before the service and come expecting God to speak to us!

As we sing together, Duke will be leading us as we remember the reason for Jesus coming to earth, to die for sinners like us so we could be forgiven.

Can’t wait for Sunday!

Order of service:

Call to Worship
– Holy, Holy, Holy (hymn)
– Joy to the World (hymn)
– O Holy Night (hymn)
Love Shines (austin stone)

Missional Prayer
Song of Preparation – Show Us Christ (sovereign grace)
Message – Ecc. 4:1-5:9
Communion
– What A Savior (sovereign grace)
– Hark! The Herald Angels Sing (hymn)

This Sunday – Dec. 2nd, 2012

“For the Lord is good; his steadfast love endures forever, and his faithfulness to all generations.” Psalm 100:5

As Christians, gathering each Sunday is not merely something we are required to do. Rather, we recognize that the good news of the gospel is so great and glorious we can’t help but gather together to sing about it, study it, and remember it by taking communion!

This Sunday we have the privilege of hearing from Dr. Russell Moore. He will be preaching about God’s love as demonstrated in our adoption. Come ready to hear from God’s Spirit as he speaks to us.

I’ll be leading our time of singing as we rejoice and respond to the truth that God keeps his promises! We’ll again be singing a newer song, We Bring Our Sins to Jesus. The words are below.

See you Sunday.

Order of Service:

Call to Worship
– We Sing (sovereign grace)
Gospel Reading – Galatians 4:4-7
– Hark! The Herald Angels Sing (hymn)
– We Bring our Sins to Jesus
– Great is Thy Faithfulness (hymn)

Missional Prayer
Song of Preparation – Speak Oh Lord
Message: Adoption
Communion
– How Deep The Father’s Love For Us (stuart townend)
– My Redeemer’s Love (sovereign grace)

We Bring Our Sins To Jesus

Verse 1:
We bring our sins to Jesus, the spotless Lamb of God
He bears them all and frees us from their condemning load
We bring our guilt to Jesus to wash our crimson stains
White in his blood most precious till not a spot remains
Till not a spot remains

CH:
Come lay your burdens down
And rest in Jesus
For He has bid us come
To rest in him alone

Verse 2:
We lay our griefs on Jesus, each one he knows and sees
Our momentary sufferings will one day cease to be
Our hope lies firm in Jesus, who strengthens us each day
And though our trials may shake us we know his grace remains
We know his grace remains

Bridge:
Jesus, you’re our Rock and Refuge
We will trust in you

Verse 3:
We long to be like Jesus, the battle rages on
We’ll face each day with courage because the victory’s won
We long to be with Jesus our final rest and home
Where peace will last forever and we will see our hope
And we will see our hope