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Sunday Rhythm | October 30, 2016

You shall remember that you were a slave in the land of Egypt, and the Lord your God brought you out from there with a mighty hand and an outstretched arm. – Deuteronomy 5:15
Family Sunday
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.
God’s Call to “Remember”
This Sunday, at all three services (9:00 at Holton, 10:00 at The Fourhundred, 11:00 at Holton), Robert Greene will be preaching God’s Call to “Remember”. His text will be Deuteronomy 5:15. If you missed last weeks conclusion to our Explore God series on Can I Know God Personally?, 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

  • God With Us by Leslie Jordan.
  • Lord Have Mercy by Mia Fields and Brady Toops.
  • My Jesus, I Love Thee by William R. Featherston and Adoniram Judson Gordon.
  • He Will Hold Me Fast by Ada R. Ha­ber­shon, Robert Harkness, and Matthew Merker. You can read more about this song here
  • When I Think About the Lord by James Huey.
    10:00 The Fourhundred

  • Come Praise and Glorify by Tim Chester and Bob Kauflin.
  • All Creatures of Our God and King by William Henry Draper and St. Francis of Assisi.
  • Before the Throne of God Above by Charitie Lees Bancroft and Vikki Cook.
  • The Lamb Has Overcome by Luke Morton.
  • Come to Me by Elizabeth Akers, Jeff Capps, Michael Bleecker, and Hunter Pecunia. You can read more about this song here.
  • When I Think About the Lord by James Huey.
    See you Sunday!


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