Church Family,

This past Sunday we looked at the Tuesday of Passion Week. Being that this day spans the entirety of Matthew 21:19-25:46 and would likely have taken our entire gathering time simply to read the text, we narrowed in on the parable of the wedding feast in chapter 22 to show us the central message of all Jesus taught that day. This parable teaches us that God has prepared an eternal kingdom and has invited us all to join him, regardless of our worldly status. The way has been made open to us through Christ. Yet only those who place their faith in Christ and are clothed in his righteousness will enter and enjoy this eternal kingdom. Others will reject Christ and rather than entering the eternal kingdom they will face eternal judgment. Some may even appear to have accepted the invitation, to have done all the right things, but if they have not been clothed in the righteousness of Christ they too will face judgement. This is a sobering parable that should push us to strongly consider if we have rejected Christ or if we have taken him upon ourselves as our righteousness.

Easter Schedule

As we are presently in a sermon series preparing for Easter, it seems wise to prepare ourselves for the slight schedule changes we will have at the church surrounding Easter. First of all,  we will be having an evening Good Friday service on March 29th at 5:30 p.m. Then, on Easter Sunday, March 31, we will have a time of fellowship at 9:00 a.m. in place of our Sunday Studies, followed by our usual worship gathering at 10:15.

Grace be with you,

Logan Murphy

Pastoral Intern