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Sunday Rhythm | October 29, 2017

For I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes, to the Jew first and also to the Greek. For in it the righteousness of God is revealed from faith for faith, as it is written, “The righteous shall live by faith.” – Romans 1:16-17
 
Family Sunday

This Sunday is Family Sunday, which means that kids will be joining the larger gathering for the duration of our time together. Childcare will be for nursery and toddlers only.
 
Benevolence Offering
7171173849_dbf076733b_hThis Sunday, we will also take up a special offering for our benevolence fund. The fund is specifically designated to allow us the ability to help those with extreme financial burdens and need. If you would like to give online, there is a “Benevolence” option on the giving drop-down.
 
Anchored

This Reformation Sunday, at all three services (9:00 at Holton Elementary, 10:00 at The Fourhundred, 11:00 at Holton Elementary), Raymond Goodlett will be continuing in our sermon series on the book of Galatians, entitled Anchored. His text will be Galatians 5:24-26. If you missed Galatians 5:22-23 last Sunday, you can listen to the message here.

Here are the songs that we’ll sing together this week:

9:00 and 11:00 Holton Elementary

  • O My Soul, Arise by Charles Wesley and Eric McAllister. You can read more about this song here.
  • Ascribe by Cory Asbury. You can read more about this song and why we sing it by clicking here.
  • God With Us by Leslie Jordan.
  • No Other Work by Laura Agaba, Michael Baur, and Shelby T. Murphy.
  • Glorify Your Name by Kevin Singleton.
  • See What the Lord Has Done (Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning) by Zachary Banister.

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    10:00 The Fourhundred

  • Almighty God by David Leonard, Leslie Jordan, and Sandra McCracken.
  • A Mighty Fortress Is Our God by Frederick Hedge and Martin Luther.
  • O My Soul, Arise by Charles Wesley and Eric McAllister. You can read more about this song here.
  • Thy Mercy, My God by John Stocker and Sandra McCracken. You can read more about this song here.
  • Poor Wayfaring Stranger, an American folk tune with additional lyrics by Nic and Megan Clinch.
  • What a Beautiful Name by Ben Fielding and Brooke Ligertwood.
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    See you Sunday!

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