This summer we will be looking at the prayer book of the Bible, the PSALMS and what it teaches us about praying. In the Psalms we meet ourselves in our all of life’s complexities, tragedies, and heartfelt emotions. Over the next few weeks we listen to conversations and questions by the psalmists as he seeks to understand God.
Warren Wiersbe writes, “When you study the Psalms, you move into the holy of Holies where the heart communes with God.”
Join us each week as spend time learning to pray the Psalms.
Our final week in this series --8/25
Psalm 25 "Ancient Paths & Rest for our souls"
Sunday WORSHIP 10 AM Sacred Liturgy & Communion
Dissatisfaction with God leads to the rejection of God’s word and confidence in our own. It is often easier to take control of our lives, making decisions that seem to make sense and have the approval of others. Easier, but not ultimately life-giving or truly fulfilling.
In our lessons for this Sunday, warnings are sounded. We hear Isaiah calling out the “scoffers” the worst of sinners, who are contemptuous of God’s ways and who live for themselves. The writer of Hebrews recalls the terrifying imagery of Mount Sinai and warning of the consequences of a nonchalant approach towards God. In Luke’s gospel account we hear Jesus’ alarming words, a wake-up call, to arouse us from complacency and the false illusions of life and death.
Our Anglican worship tradition is shaped by the Scriptures, Sacraments, and the Holy Spirit. Each week we share in the faith forming and sustaining practices saturated with the Word of God, prayers, praise and communion.
It is our desire to share God's extravagant grace and love with our community through
sharing in one of the most common experiences the table.
Our Table of Grace ministries focus around three tables: the communion table, our gathering tables, and community tables.