This Sunday

This Sunday—April 20, 2014

He is Risen!

This Sunday, we have the great privilege of celebrating our Lord’s resurrection together. We’ll sing together, hear a poem written by one of our members, hear a testimony, take communion, and listen to God’s word preached. Really looking forward to rejoicing together.

Is there someone that you have developed a friendship with in your neighborhood, gym, or workplace? This Sunday is a great opportunity to invite them into our church community.

You can listen to a new song we’ll be singing here.

Order of service:

– Christ the Lord is Risen Today

Call to Worship

– His Be the Victor’s Name

Poem Reading – Emily Jansen

– Christ is Risen

Testimony – Michelle DeCarlo

– In Christ Alone

Welcome and Break

Song of Preparation

Message

Communion

– His Be the Victor’s Name

– Crown Him With Many Crowns

This Sunday, April 13th, 2014

“The next day the large crowd that had come to the feast heard that Jesus was coming to Jerusalem. So they took branches of palm trees and went out to meet him, crying out, ‘Hosanna! Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord, even the King of Israel!’” John 12:12-13

Tomorrow marks Palm Sunday, where Christians throughout the world remember Jesus’ triumphant entry into Jerusalem before being betrayed, put on trial, and killed on the cross. It is a time to both celebrate Jesus as King and be amazed by his willingness to be the sacrifice for our sins.

Shane and Matt will be leading our times of singing and Eric will be preaching from Ephesians 5:3-14.

***A note to parents – Eric’s message will touch on issues of sexual sin and get into the temptations that we face in our day and age. We encourage parents to use their discretion, especially if you normally keep your younger children in the service.

Order of service:

– Holy, Holy, Holy
Call to worship
– Jesus is Better
– Come Ye Sinners

Missional Prayer
Break
Song of Preparation – Be Thou My Vision
Message – Ephesians 5:3-14
Response/Communion
– Lord, I Need You
– Jesus is Better

Benediction

This Sunday—April 6, 2014

“Oh sing to the LORD a new song; sing to the LORD, all the earth! Sing to the LORD, bless his name; tell of his salvation from day to day.” Psalm 96:1-2

This Sunday we have the privilege of gathering as a church family to sing, study, and take communion.

Do you come ready to sing each week? Over 400 times, the Bible commands us to “sing” to the Lord. We sing to declare his praise, to remember what he has done, and to be encouraged. This Sunday we’ll be led by just a choir and piano. This will allow even more space for us to be edified as we sing together. So come ready to participate!

Eric will again preach from Ephesians 4:25-32, focusing on how we are to use our words. You can read his post regarding the message here.

Order of service:

– A Mighty Fortress is Our God

Call to Worship

– Come Thou Fount

– Grace, Greater Than All Our Sin

Missional Prayer

Break

Song of Preparation – Be Thou My Vision

Message – Ephesians 4:25-32

Response/Communion

– Rock of Ages

– Crown Him With Many Crowns

 

 

This Sunday—March 30, 2014

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

Why do we gather each week? One of the reasons is to strengthen our faith. As we sing about who God is, listen as his word is preached, and take communion as a family, our faith is enlivened as we once again rehearse all that God has done.

Eric will be continuing our series in Ephesians, and I’ll be leading our times of singing.

We’re going to sing a new song titled, “Jesus is Better” which has the refrain “Our song eternal, Jesus is better, make my heart believe.” Amen!

You can listen to the new song here.

You can listen to the other songs on Spotify here:

Order of service:

– 10,000 Reasons (Bless The Lord)

Call to worship
– Jesus is Better
– My Hope Is Built On Nothing Less

Missional Prayer

Break

Song of preparation  – Your Words Of Life

Message – Ephesians 4:17-23

Response/Communion
– Be Thou My Vision 
– Your Love is Strong 

This Sunday—March 16, 2014

And you, who were dead in your trespasses and the uncircumcision of your flesh, God made alive together with him, having forgiven us all our trespasses, by canceling the record of debt that stood against us with its legal demands. This he set aside, nailing it to the cross.” Col. 2:13-14

What enables you and I to come to our Sunday gathering, confident that we can sing to God and meet with him as a church community?

It is not because of your record of obeying him this past week, it is not based upon how you feel. It is based solely and wonderfully on the blood of Jesus.

He has canceled the record of debt, and now we can come, and receive mercy. What a blessing.

As we gather, we will take time to sing songs that remind us of the confidence we can carry into our relationship with the Lord, and into how we live our lives.

Eric will preach from Eph. 4:17-24, reminding us to “live in who we are in Christ, not who we once were”.

Looking forward to gathering with you all.

You can listen to the songs we’ll be singing here.

Order of service:

– Nothing But the Blood of Jesus 

Call to worship
– Before the Throne of God Above 
– O For A Thousand Tongues To Sing 

Missional Prayer

Break

Song of Preparation – Be Thou My Vision

Message – Ephesians 4:17-24

Reponse/Communion

– Jesus Paid It All 
– Made Alive 

This Sunday—March 2, 2014

This Sunday, all of us have an incredible opportunity. We get to gather with our church family. This family has been brought together by the grace of God, bought with the blood of Jesus, and reconciled to each other for his glory.

So come ready to engage in this community. Come ready to edify and encourage one another. And come ready to sing, study, and take communion, celebrating our great God and Savior.

Eric will continue our series in Ephesians, preaching from Eph. 4:1-6, and Duke will be leading our times of singing.

As you prepare, you can listen to the songs we’ll be singinghere.

Order of service:

– All Because of Jesus 

Call to worship
– Grace and Peace 
– Your Name Alone Can Save

Welcome

Break

Song of preparation – Be Thou My Vision 

Message – Ephesians 4:1-6

Response/Communion

– The Power of The Cross 
– Great is Thy Faithfulness 

This Sunday – February 16th, 2014

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

Hopefully, you have been encouraged the past few weeks as Eric has taught us what it means to be filled with the Spirit when we gather together. As you prepare to come, I encourage you to take five minutes on your drive to ask the Lord to meet us powerfully with his Spirit.

Jon Smith will be preaching from Luke 19 about the story of Zachaeus. Duke will be leading our times of singing.

We also have a church dinner immediately following the service. These are a great opportunity to get to know people in the church, as well as new people that are coming to Redeemer.

See you there!

You can listen to the songs we’ll be singing here.

Order of Service:

– You Alone Can Rescue
Call to Worship
– Shine Into Our Night
– In The Shadow of the Glorious Cross

Missional Prayer
Break
Song of preparation – I Surrender All
Message
Response/Communion
– Jesus Paid It All
– It Is Well With My Soul

Benediction

This Sunday—February 2, 2014

“Oh come, let us worship and bow down; let us kneel before the LORD, our Maker! For he is our God, and we are the people of his pasture, and the sheep of his hand.” Psalm 95:6-7

This Sunday, as we gather together to sing, study, and take communion together, we get to respond to God’s gracious revelation of himself as our God and our Father.

He is awesome and mighty, he has made us his sons and daughters.

We’ll begin our service together by declaring his greatness and then respond with assurance that he has brought us near through the blood of Jesus.

Eric’s message will be centered on the idea that we meet together each Sunday to be filled with God’s Spirit, and then we’ll have an opportunity afterwards to respond.

We’ll be teaching a new song, When You Move, that you can listen to here.

You can also listen to the songs we’ll be singing on Spotifyhere.

And yes, we are going to end early so that people can make their Super Bowl festivities.

See you on Sunday!

Order of Service:

– Rejoice

Call to worship

– We Bring Our Sins To Jesus 
– His Forever 

Song of Preparation – Your Words Of Life

Message

Response/Communion

– When You Move 
– 10,000 Reasons (Bless The Lord)

Benediction 

This Sunday—January 26, 2014

This Sunday we have the opportunity to gather together to sing, study, and take communion.

Last Sunday, we celebrate God’s grace as three people got baptized in our midst. This Sunday we worship the same God. He can work miracles, change hearts, heal sickness, save individuals, and speak to us.

We’ll begin our time singing about the greatness of God singing, “Behold our God!, Seated on his throne, come let us adore him.” Then we’ll turn our attention to his saving power that transforms our lives and gives us a hope that will not change.

Eric will speak from Ephesians 1:19-22, talking about how the Spirit operates when we gather each Sunday. After the message, we’ll have the opportunity to respond by singing, praying for one another and taking communion.

Hope to see you there!

As you prepare for Sunday, you can listen to the songs we’ll be singing here.

Order of Service:

– Behold Our God 

Call to worship
– The Saving One 
– Cornerstone 

Missional Prayer – Sanctity of life

Song of preparation – Speak O Lord 

Message

Response/Prayer

– I Need Thee Every Hour

Communion

– When I Survey
– All I Have Is Christ

This Sunday—January 19, 2014

Make a joyful noise to the LORD, all the earth! Serve theLORD with gladness! Come into his presence with singing! Know that the LORD, he is God! It is he who made us, and we are his; we are his people, and the sheep of his pasture. Enter his gates with thanksgiving and his courts with praise! Give thanks to him; bless his name!” Psalm 100:1-4

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

We also get to celebrate with three people as they get baptized, Marlaena Henry, Brady Workman, and Rachel Jordan.

We are doing the baptisms at around 4:45pm, so please try to arrive on time so that you are able to hear their testimonies and participate.

Eric will be continuing to preach from Ephesians 2:18-22.

As a way to prepare for Sunday, you can listen to the songs we’ll be singing here.

Please be praying that we would encounter God as we gather, and that we would walk away changed by his grace and love.

Order of Service:

– Praise God From Whom All Blessings Flow 

Call to Worship

– Made Alive 
– My Redeemer’s Love 

Baptisms

– Amazing Grace 

Song of Preparation – Speak O Lord

Message – Ephesians 2:18-22

Response/Communion

– Remembrance 
– Your Love is Strong