Reformation Sunday


Reminder: This Sunday, October 18th: ONE COMBINED SERVICE at 10am!

A note from Pastor David:
We celebrate Reformation Sunday on October 18th, with one (1) worship service in the Sanctuary. The time of worship will be 10:00am, and following the service, everyone is welcome to stay for an indoor picnic lunch of brats, hot dogs, and sides. Lunch will be served in Fellowship Hall, and prepared as a cooperative effort of the Deacons and the Elders.

But the worship service that is planned will be outstanding! Two members of the Garden Service band, Refuge, will play unplugged (quieter) versions of their sacred music. The Bell Choir will play. The Chancel Choir will sing. The bagpiper will play.

That’s right, we will enjoy the stirring sounds of the pipes this coming Sunday. At my request, Dennis Blubaugh arranged for a local piper to join us in worship, to accompany us in the singing of “Amazing Grace,” to offer her own choice of music in the Prelude and to join with Dennis on the organ for the Postlude with the powerful “Highland Cathedral.”

Please note, there are other changes for the day.

Children will remain in the worship service, as no Sunday School will be offered. The Nursery will be staffed as usual.

There will be a Children’s Sermon during the service, and worship bags will be ready to hold the interest of the children during the sermon.

If you have wanted to invite someone to join us on a Sunday morning, this would be good Sunday to extend the invitation.

Why not wear something a little “Scottish” this Sunday? A tartan, perhaps? A plaid scarf or tie, or Argyle socks? A kilt and sporran are always fashionable! The Sanctuary will be decked out, I trust.

There is so much good music and fellowship planned that I can hardly wait!

See you in church!

Pastor David

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