Welcome to Morning Prayer with Justin Mulholland. Join in the prayers from the Celtic Daily Prayer book. May all of us know beautiful moments of "Deep Peace" today, even as we are uprooted and made in this moment to be uncertain. Every blessing upon you all.
Good Morning! I hope you enjoyed the beautiful day yesterday! This week our morning prayer will be provided by Justin Mulholland. Justin is a local ministerial candidate here at Knox Knolls and has been taking the lead at Gregory House, our men's ministry house. Thanks to Justin for taking the lead this week. Every blessing upon you all!
Welcome to the Work of The People! This our weekly worship service online. It is a compilation of what the people of Knox Knolls have offered up to God in worship. You are invited in. From wherever you are, join in the reading, the praying, the singing and preaching. Our vision at Knox Knolls FMC is to become a church that Welcomes Everyone, and Makes Disciples. Join us in the work of the people and seek in all you do to become more like Jesus. Rejoice and be glad in th
Good Morning! Thank you for joining us in morning prayers from Laurel House this week. Please watch our facebook page for directions regarding our worship service on Sunday morning. Every blessing upon you all!
Good Morning! Welcome to morning prayers from Laurel House! Remember today to "walk as children of the light, trying to discern what is pleasing to him." Make one phone call today to someone you love. Send one message, electronic, or in print, to someone who needs to be encouraged. Wave (from at least six feet away) to one neighbor! Every blessing upon you all. Remember the words of Eliza Suggs, "the Lord always provides a way for his children."
Good Morning! Thank you for joining us in prayer this morning. Thanks to Nicole Barks and Brenna Byerly for leading us in prayer this week. Stay prayerful, be peaceful, seek God's face, and look for Jesus in those who are hurting and suffering, you will find him there.
As I have wrestled this week with all that social distancing might mean for the church, I have been returning over and over again to two words 'liturgy' and 'fellowship'. Liturgy is not just something that old churches, traditional churches, high churches, or Catholic churches do. The word liturgy means the work of the people. Congregations are not audiences for whom pastors perform. In the Free Methodist Church particularly, lay people and ordained people are co-laborers