Sunday 17th February 2019 service was
by Rev Terry Price
A sermon on FAITH and what it means to have faith !
Presented by Aleida Van Der Flier
Reading by Deon Theron
Music by Alison Crammond
Sound by Marcus Crammond
Thanks for your commitment to our church !
10th February 2019 - Aleida
This upcoming Sunday we will have Aleida presenting the sermon.
And...we have some more questions for you to think about and find some answers to......
To start with, Aleida has challenged us to ask
"What is Faith ?"
And...we have another question for you to think about and find some answers to
What do Jairus a synagogue ruler and an unnamed sick woman have in common ?
Well, come along on Sunday at 10 o clock and find out the answers !
Img c/o Inspired Fountain
Our view out of the back windows at the church was really beautiful with snow on the mountains in the background.
Service was conducted by Rev David Bruce.
As a start he called up the "little people" to the front of the church, and went on to shake hands and introduce himself to each one individually. He asked them what their names were.
This was a lesson in how we get to meet others and learn more about them and appreciate their good qualities.
Also taught was to see and be grateful of the awesome natural beauty that is all around us, all created by God and given to us to enjoy every day.
The lesson was taken from Psalms 19: 1-14
and Romans 1: 18-24
In Romans 1, the apostle Paul referred to Psalm 19, when he explained that everyone knows about God because nature proclaims God’s existence and power. This does not cancel the need for missions because the message of God’s salvation found in The Holy Bible, must still be told to the ends of the earth.
While nature points to the existence of God, the Bible tells us about God’s plan of salvation. God’s people must explain to others how they can have a relationship with God. Although people everywhere should already believe in a Creator, by just looking at the evidence of nature around them, God still needs us to explain His love mercy and grace.