WEEKLY HAPPENINGS

Thursday E-Blast

SUNDAYS

Adult Sunday School: 9:15 AM in the Fellowship Hall

In-person Worship: 10:15 AM

Vimeo Worship: 10:15 AM

TUESDAYS

Busy Bunch 9:00AM – 12:00PM

WEDNESDAYS

Staff Meeting: 10:00AM

Choir Practice: 6:30PM

THIS WEEK

SCRIPTURE READING

You are invited to attend in-person worship at 10:15 am this Sunday, February 5, 2023.

The Gospel reading is Matthew 5:13-20.   Please join us!

Who are the blessed ones of God? For Micah, they are those who do justice, love kindness, and walk humbly with God. For Paul, they are the ones who find wisdom in the weakness of the cross. For Jesus, they are the poor, the meek, the merciful, the pure in heart, the peacemakers, those who mourn, and those who hunger for righteousness. In baptism we find our blessed identity and calling in this countercultural way of living and serving.

Attached is everything you need for the Online Sunday Worship Service on February 5, 2023, starting at 10:15 am.  ON-LINE February 5 2023 5th Sunday after Epiphany – Order of Worship-Presbyterian

Just log on to our website, Mem1.org or Vimeo.com/MemOne.org, and select the video for that day. The worship service can also be viewed on the church Facebook page. If you are out of town or haven’t returned to in-person worship yet, we pray you will continue to join with us online.

We will make every effort to protect your health.   We provide hand sanitizer as you enter.

The service will be broadcast via Vimeo at Vimeo.com/MemOne.

ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL

Wired Word

Please join us for Adult Sunday School, in the Craft Room at 9:15 every Sunday morning!

Adult Sunday School Topic for 01/15/2023 at 9:15 in the Fellowship Hall: Biblical Pool of Siloam Being Excavated in Jerusalem

News out of Jerusalem this week is that the historic Pool of Siloam, which appears in both the Old and New Testaments, is being excavated and will, when completed, be available for the public to visit. We are using this lesson to take a deep dive into the story from John 9, which includes the pool. In that chapter, Jesus heals a man born blind, and the account highlights such themes as healing, sweat equity, how being encountered by Christ changes us, the logic of following Jesus and the meaning of a leap of faith.

Online Worship
In-Person Worship