This week’s sermon was brought to us by Seth Crissman, local missionary and all around cool guy to talk to. The sermon was a continuation of our Phillippians series and encapsulated a model for how to live into the call of discipleship and discipling others.
This week Pastor Matthew Bucher preached to us on Philippians 2:5-18 and Matthew 27:45-56. The sermon was titled “How We Ought to Live”.
As way of announcements, Monday will be a Kid’s Club Potluck, and Friday there will be a fundraiser for Roberta Webb Childcare Center. Saturday the 7th will be our Spring Spruce-Up day, and all are invited to help clean up and make repairs at church or simply to join us for the pizza lunch that follows.
Our message this week was brought by Steve Dintamin as a continuation of our Philippians study. The sermon was based on Philippians 1:27-2:4.
At the start, Steve mentions that he had a title for his message but he decided it was too boring. Listen and feel free to suggest a new title in the comments.
Last Sunday we kicked off our study of Philippians with Pastor Matthew Bucher preaching on Philippians 1:1-26 with a sermon entitled “A Surprising Letter.”
He also challenged us as a congregation to memorize the refrain found in Philippians 2:5-11 during this study. Enjoy!
Believe it or not, this isn’t a joke. But it is, kinda. But, well. . .
We celebrated Easter this week with our traditional service that didn’t contain a sermon but rather monologues from the perspectives of people involved in the Biblical story. Those weren’t recorded, but the benediction–in which we carry out the decorated cross and take a photo of our congregation–was well photographed.
If anyone else has photos of Sunday morning, please send them to the church email address and we will include them in a future post.
Immanuel Mennonite Church, 2016
This week’s message was brought by Aaron Kauffman, President of VMMissions and was entitled “Weakness as Witness.” Scriptures for the morning included Psalm 118, Luke 19:28-40, and 1 Corinthians 1:18-25.
You are welcome to join us on Easter Sunday for sweet breads at 9:45 at the sanctuary followed by a service at 10:30.