Wesley Chapel UMC Fairfield

Making disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world

SUNDAY MESSAGE February 28, 2021

Posted by on Feb 27, 2021

JOIN US FOR WORSHIP and the message “Get Behind Me Satan” from Pastor Kim Phillips based on Mark 8:31​-38 this Sunday at 9:30 AM in the comfort and safety of your own home.
 
Visit our Facebook page at about 9:25 AM for a music video to prepare ourselves for worship, then the message at 9:30 AM and another music video to help us reflect on the message. You may also view the message on YouTube. Please prepare your juice/water and bread/cracker to celebrate Communion with us.
 
Greeting and Announcements
 
Opening Prayer (in unison)
God of Righteousness,
Grant us your life-giving presence. Guide us in our time of worship, and remain with us as we step out into the world, that we may face injustice with courage and love. May we come to see that the end we seek is a society at peace with itself, a society that can live with its conscience. May the fruits of our lives be food for the hungry, clothing for the naked, shelter for the homeless, and your Word for the world. May we love as you love. Amen. (Book of Worship # 334)
 
Scripture Mark 8:31-38
 
Message Get Behind Me Satan
 
Benediction
 
Announcements
 
If the Adams County Covid positivity rate remains below 10%, we will resume in-person worship on Sunday, March 7 at 9:30 AM. We will meet in the Hall. Masks will be required and we have an air cleaning unit to aid safety. If you are not feeling well or are not ready to be in a group, a service will be posted online each week.
 
The “Signs” weekly Bible study by Dr. David Jeremiah will resume Monday, March 8 at 6:30 PM in the fellowship hall. Masks and physical distancing will be observed. For questions, please contact Cynthia Overholtzer.
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Ruth’s Harvest Fairfield is in need of the following items; all in individual serving sizes: Ramen Noodles, oatmeal, raisins, green bean cups and mac & cheese. You can leave items between our church doors or drop them at the Carroll Valley Borough Office in the box as you go in the front doors.
 
We also continue to collect foods for the Blue Ridge Help Hotline.

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