Sunday, August 2nd–9th Sunday after Pentecost

On this first Sunday of August, Pastor Curtis offered the Sacrament of Communion, inviting all to participate at home.

The breathtaking flower arrangement in the sanctuary was provided and presented to the glory of God by Betty Fisher in loving memory of Jane Lewis.

Scottie and Darlene Scott gave the Call to Worship, offered the Prayer of Confession, and performed the Passing of the Peace via cellphone video from their home. Thank you for this valuable addition to our worship experience, Scottie and Darlene!

Trumpeter Larry Black and organist Angie Jenkins were our musicians providing the prerecorded Prelude, “There is a Balm in Gilead” which opened our service on August 4, 2019. The anthem from the same day was “The Battle Hymn of the Republic” sung by the Highlands Men’s Chorus. Michael Lancaster directed, and Susan Clearman accompanied on piano.

Pastor Curtis preached on a reading from Matthew 14:13-21, recounting the story of Jesus’ feeding of the five thousand. In his sermon, “Not Leftovers, But Abundance,” he used a handmade basket to illustrate the many baskets full of leftover food that were collected. Angie Jenkins played the Benediction hymn, “God Be With You Til We Meet Again.” The prerecorded Postlude, “Trumpet Tune,” was played by Angie and Larry Black at the August 4, 2019 worship service.+1044People Reached15EngagementsBoost Post

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