Sunday Review, 10.29.17

Below are some notes from this weekend if you weren’t able to join us:


  • It was a great morning celebrating the 500th year of the Reformation with a full choir and orchestra, and hearing a brief summery of each of the reformers who wrote the hymns chosen for the morning. We also watched this brief video which gives an overview of the Reformation to Today.

  • Pastor Larry preached a special sermon, to highlight the 500th year after Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the door of the church in Wittenberg, Germany. The 5 solas describe the main proclamations of the Reformers. Why are these so significant, and what difference do these 5 solas make in our lives and our church today? You can listen to it, or download it, by going here: Here We Stand.
  • Each Sunday, we hand out “Children’s Bulletins” to help kids pay attention and benefit from their time in the worship gatherings. If you’d like to see yesterday’s “Children’s Bulletin” and potentially use it as a way to jog your memory of ways you could follow up with your child about the gathering, you can find it by going here: Children’s Bulletin from 10.29.17


  • In our children’s classes, as part of the Gospel Project curriculum, boys and girls learned about  Jesus and the Doubter. If you’d like to see a short summary of what was taught, as well as have a simple question or two that you could ask to further process the lesson with your child, check this out: Summary of GP Lesson from 10.29.17

Check back tomorrow for “Food for Thought,” in which we’ll share a handful of articles from around the internet that we’d recommend for you to check out!