Memorial Day 2021
While today is a bit more cloudy, I hope you were able to enjoy some of the beautiful weather yesterday—maybe with some family and friends. As I mentioned yesterday, more important than the “unofficial start to summer,” Memorial Day reminds us of those who’ve sacrificed on our behalf. I hope we take a moment to think about those who’ve served in that way.
A quick reminder that next week’s service (June 6th) will be outdoors, weather permitting. We’ll be meeting on the East parking lot, so make sure to park elsewhere. Bring your lawn chairs to be comfortable, if you like. The time will be 10:10 am, next week. If weather looks threatening, we’ll get the word out via email, Facebook, and phone calls so keep an eye out for that.
After our outdoor service, we will be having a short congregational meeting to vote on two items. You can find the details about that elsewhere in this E-Gram.
We’re almost done with our series on Joshua. I hope you have enjoyed it as much as I have. In two weeks (June 13th) we’ll begin looking at 1 Corinthians. I think this will be an important series for us as well. Also remember that beginning June 13th we’ll be switching to our earlier time 9am start time for the rest of the summer.
Hope you are doing well.
Scriptures for this week:
Joshua 13—What do you think is the significance of the land that was left?
Judges 2:6-3:6—What does this passage suggest about the Israelites failure to take the land?
Luke 11:1-28—What does Jesus teach about obedience here?
1 John 2—What commands of God do you most struggle with obeying?