Worship: January 2021
Morning and evening worship services are in our church building. Everyone is welcome to attend!
Live stream and recordings of the services will continue to be available.
We hope you are blessed as you join in worship...whether in person or via Live stream!
The banners hanging in our church represent the liturgical season of Epiphany, which celebrates the manifestation of Jesus as the Messiah. The color green is used for this time of year and the symbol on the banner represents “Alpha and Omega.”
Revelation 22:13 “I am the Alpha and the Omega, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End.”
THIRD SUNDAY AFTER EPIPHANY
Morning worship on Sunday, January 24...
The deacons encourage you to continue giving financially during this time as an act of worship and confident hope and trust in the provision of our sovereign God. The offerings for this Sunday are designated for the First CRC Ministry Fund, Christian Education Fund, and the Mission and Building Funds.... You may give online here...
Confessional Sermon: THE CREATION AND FALL OF HUMANITY
Scripture: Genesis 1:26-31; 3:1-19
Belgic Confession, Article 14
Led by Rev. Kurt Monroe | Order of Service
The audio of our evening worship service will be broadcast on KDCR 88.5FM at 6pm.
The recorded video of both services will be below and the morning service will be on Cable Channel 12 on Wednesday at 1:30pm.
Live viewing of our worship services...
Our Sunday morning and evening services (9:30am and 6:00pm Central) are available to watch live.
Move your mouse to the bottom of the video window and CLICK on the SPEAKER ICON to turn on sound.
We have 30 minute rewind available on the live video. If you arrive here after the live stream has started, you may need to slide the video progress bar all the way to the right to get to the "live time."
If you have trouble seeing the service below, try clicking here.
2020 Recorded Services & Hymn Sings
Our library of recorded services before March 22 has been moved to a different page.
(website doesn't seem to like having two video libraries on one page)