FRIENDS IN FAITH,
During last week’s sermon, we were confronted with the haunting questions – about unjust suffering and our relationship with God in the midst of it – found in the book of Job. You can listen to the sermon here. We were also blessed by some beautiful music, and we kicked off our new composting and recycling program during the children’s sermon. Let’s work together to manage our waste in faithful stewardship of God’s creation.
This Sunday, we’ll get a taste of Job’s anguished cries – and the feeble attempts of his friends to console him – in Job 3:1-10; 4:1-9; 7:11-21. Though ancient, the cries of Job speak to us today, especially in light of the newspaper headlines and our own sufferings. Mark your calendars for next Sunday, July 17th. During worship, we’ll hosts guests – both staff and campers – from the Holmes Camp. It will be a great opportunity to learn more about camp, and a great service to invite a friend. Following worship, we’ll have another Rigney/Lee chili cook-off challenge during Food & Fellowship time. You won’t want to miss it!