SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4 ALL SAINTS SUNDAY
The glorious text from Revelation 21:1-6a is the perfect text for All Saints Day; lofty and grand, yet tender and comforting, too. We will celebrate the saints who have gone on to glory this past year, and many past years; come to the Lord’s Table for communion, and offer our annual gifts and tithes as well! A big and lovely festival day in the life of the church, which will include the thought-provoking homily “All Things Made New”.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11 VETERAN’S DAY SUNDAY
The timeless gospel story of the woman at the well will be shared today by an Episcopal friend, The Rev. Jill Honodel. Pastor Dave will lead the liturgy and assist with the Veteran’s Day celebration.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18 THANKSGIVING SUNDAY
We conclude our sporadic exploration of the book of Hebrews today with the words found in chapter 10: 19-25. It is a most uplifting text, and all the more so for our annual Thanksgiving Sunday. The sermon today will be entitled “Confident, Assured, and Encouraging”. And it is our hope to welcome several new members among us at the 10:30 service, as well.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 25 CHARGE CONFERENCE SUNDAY
The final Sunday of the liturgical year is usually celebrated as Christ the King Sunday, and we will at least lean that way this year. The dramatic encounter between Jesus and Pilate as found in John 18:33-37 will be the foundation of our time together today. “The King of Truth” will be the sermon. And later in the afternoon, please come back and join us for our annual Charge Conference, 3:45pm, Hadley Hall.