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Our worship service this week will include news from our Annual Conference. The wrap-up video to be shown can be found here:

Wrap-Up Link


Next week, we should be back to our regularly scheduled programming!  

Please note: Due to the resurgence of the coronavirus, we will be masking and social distancing at church. 

Pastor Mary Beth is on vacation, but we are still having services! This Sunday, Pastor Tim Amor of Beatrice Mennonite/Summit Street Church will be bringing our message. There are a couple of different ways to access the message. If you are wanting to join the Beatrice Mennonite livestream at 9:30, here is the link: Facebook Live Stream - starting at 9:30 am on Sunday

I will also release this service as a Youtube link when it becomes available. 

Pastor Tim also does a radio program on KWBE occasionally, and this is the Sunday for that. To listen live, tune in at 11:00 a.m. on Sunday at 1450 on the dial. That is also available anytime at http://player.listenlive.co/53181 (KWBE 1450).

God bless you all! "Rejoice in hope, be patient in suffering, persevere in prayer." - Romans 12:!2


We are continuing our series on "Unity in Christ!" Our message this week is entitled, “United In Christ: Crafted into a Household,”  following the scripture Ephesians 2:11-22.

Our hymns are "How firm a foundation,” “Thou true Vine, that heals,” and “Christ is our cornerstone.”    
Lyrics are here: https://sovereigngracemusic.org/music/songs/how-firm-a-foundation/,


and here: http://www.traditionalmusic.co.uk/hymn-lyrics/christ_is_our_cornerstone.htm.

Join us in prayer!

We are following the beatitudes this season, using the book Take Our Moments and Our Days: An Anabaptist Prayer Book, Volume 1.

Our hymn is "Jesus walked this lonesome valley." Lyrics are here: https://hymnary.org/text/jesus_walked_this_lonesome_valley.


Join us in worship!

We are starting a new series, "United in Christ." Our first message is "United in Christ: Adopted with Love," based on Ephesians 1:1-14. 

Our hymns are "This is my Father's World," "Heart with loving heart united," and "How wondrous the grace of our God." Lyrics are here: https://hymnary.org/text/this_is_my_fathers_world_and_to_my, 

https://hymnary.org/text/heart_with_loving_heart_united, and https://rockhay.tripod.com/worship/music/wondrousgrace.htm

Join us in prayer!

We are working our way through the book, Take our Moments and our Days: An Anabaptist Prayer Book, focusing on the Beatitudes. Our hymn today is "God sends us the Spirit." It is a fun little tune, and we hope you sing along. Lyrics are here: hopepublishing.com/find-hymns-hw/hw2755.aspx.


Join us in prayer!

This season, we are focusing on the Beatitudes, as we are working our way through the book, Take Our Moments and Our Days: An Anabaptist Prayer Book.

Our hymn is "God of the Bible" sung by a group of singers from Eden United Church, Mississauga.

Lyrics are here: https://musiklus.com/product/fresh-as-the-morning/.


Join us in prayer!

Our hymn is "Heart with loving heart united," which is sung for us by a group of Mennonite singers from the USA, Canada, and Germany. Here are the lyrics:  https://hymnary.org/text/heart_with_loving_heart_united#tune.


Today is the last installment of our series, "God Is With Us!" Today we look at Mark 6:1-13, with the message, "God Is With Us: Sending Us to Bring Hope and Healing”

Our hymns are “I sing the mighty power of God,” “Here I am, Lord,” and “God of grace and God of Glory.” Lyrics are here: https://www.ocp.org/en-us/songs/232/i-sing-the-mighty-power-of-god, https://www.musixmatch.com/lyrics/Dan-Schutte/Here-I-Am-Lord, and here: https://hymnary.org/text/god_of_grace_and_god_of_glory.



We continue our "God Is With Us" series with a message by Frederick Buechner called "Jairus's Daughter." "God Is With Us: Bringing Hope and Healing" is our theme. 

Our hymns are "Away with our fears," "Healer of our every ill," and "Great is thy faithfulness." Lyrics are here: https://hymnary.org/text/away_with_our_fears_our_troubles_and_tea, https://hymnary.org/text/you_who_know_our_fears_and_sadness, and here: https://www.hymnal.net/en/hymn/h/19

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