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  • Ephesians 6:10–17 Strength in this World Finally, be strong in the Lord and in his mighty power. Put on the full armor of God, so that you can take your stand against the devil’s schemes ...
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Sunday, July 5th 

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We are beginning a summer series focused on the many references to rivers in the Bible. Rivers and water hold deep meanings in many passages and often point us to different aspects of who God is. We will begin by reflecting on Psalm 46, River of Gladness. God’s grace and blessings flow from his sanctuary to his people, bringing peace and hope.

In-Person worship 

Has arrived again! We are holding in-person worship services at Bethel again while also still doing Worship at Home. We will start gradually by inviting 2 elders’ lists each week to gather for in-person worship. This week’s elder’s guest lists comes from August Luymes & Ben Van Essen. Our prayer is that we can hold a worship service where everyone who feels comfortable to attend in person, and can all gather together next Sunday, July 12th rather than being invited by elders’ lists.

Worship from home

Sunday, July 12th 

We are continuing our summer series focused on the many references to rivers in the Bible. Rivers and water hold deep meanings in many passages and often point us to different aspects of who God is. We will be reflecting on Psalm 137, Weeping by the River. This psalm was written when Israel was taken into exile by the Babylonians and then mocked by being told to sing their songs of worship. How do you sing during sad times, in difficult times? This is a hard psalm with difficult images that reflect the situations we may find ourselves in through our lifetimes.

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