This morning for the third week in the series on Canoeing the Mountains, Pastor Kelly’s message was called, “Don’t Just Do Something, Stand There... THEN Do Something.” Today’s Scripture was Ecclesiastes 3:1-8; songs included, “Sanctuary,” “Open My Eyes, That I May See,” “Shout to the Lord,” “Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone),” and “Bring Forth the Kingdom.” Singers were Dorothy Collins, Kelly Schmidt, Mark Warner, and Jan Mallette. Cathy King is our music director and Jonathan Warner provided percussion.
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Continuing the series on “Canoeing the Mountains,” Pastor Kelly’s message this morning was titled, “Leading Off the Map.” The Scripture was taken from Acts chapter 20, verses 17-24,32,37-38. Music includes “Holy Ground,” sung by Dorothy Collins; “My Hope Is Built,” sung by Kelly Schmidt; and “Spirit Song,” sung by Jan Mallette. Accompaniment is provided by Cathy King. The video can be viewed by clicking here; we are having difficulty getting the video uploaded directly to the website.
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We observed Memorial Day this morning. The message is titled, “Uncharted Territory,” using Acts 26:16-18 and 2 Corinthians 4:5-6. Music includes “Surely the Presence of the Lord,” sung by Dorothy Collins; “Where the Spirit of the Lord Is,” sung by Jan Mallette; and “Spirit of the Living God,” sung by Kelly Schmidt. We also used the music video, “Where the Spirit of the Lord Is,” from Christine D’Clario, which was posted to this page earlier.
The audio cuts out a couple times very briefly but was restored quickly.
We used this music video from Christine D'Clario this morning to conclude our service. The complete service video will be posted later today.
We had a technical issue this week that prevented us from posting video of the service. We expect to resume next week - thanks.
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