sunday sermons

What to Expect on Sunday Service

Our Worship Services begin every Sunday at 10:30am, and are usually over by noon. Before church begins, we offer coffee, tea, and refreshments in our community room. We begin our church service with some contemporary worship music played by our full band. Our team plays mostly modern worship music with some of the classics and hymns mixed in. Our congregation (or as we say… our Truth family) will make any newcomer feel welcome – right at home. There is a wonderful balance of church members of all ages. We have many young families with babies, toddlers and teens. And we have a large number of older members too. We begin our church service with everybody together in the sanctuary. About 25 minutes later, we dismiss our Sunday School children to their respective classes. Sunday School is separated into two classes. Kindergarten age and younger are in one class, while 1st through 5th graders go to another. For the adults, the sermon lessons are more educational in nature (Feel free to listed to an mp3 above for an example). We strongly believe in the importance of learning God’s Word and applying it to our lives. Please see our values and doctrinal beliefs on the home page for more information. And don’t hesitate to call and set up a time to meet with pastor Brian for any other questions.

The Festival of Tabernacles

We close the series out with the Festival of Tabernacles. This annual command for the Israelites was to remember how God provided for them while in the wilderness. It was during this festival that Jesus explained that He could offer rivers of living water to all who believe in Him. At Christ’s 2nd Advent, the Festival of Tabernacles will continue

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The Day of Atonement

The sixth festival of the year is the most important one of all. The Day of Atonement was the day the Israelites would see if God would accept them for another year by making atonement for their sins. This was so important because they relied on the Lord for security, food, water, and shelter. This festival was and continues to

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The Festival of Trumpets

The Feast of Trumpets is the first of the fall festivals. As the Jewish New Year, this day begins at the first sign of the new moon. Because of its unique beginning, it was known as the festival in which no one knows the day or the hour of its beginning. In this lesson, the case is made for this

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The Festival of Weeks (Pentecost)

This is the last of the four Spring Festivals. On this day, the Jews would begin by making two leavened loaves of bread and offering it to God to be accepted. The two (sinful) loaves represent the sinful Jews and gentiles being offered grace by God. On the day of Pentescost after Christ’s death, the baptism of the Holy Spirit

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