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Near the onset of the pandemic, two leaders from Curwensville Alliance passed away: Ed McCulley and Jim Hand.
Because of the governmental restrictions on gathering, there were no funeral services held – only private graveside services.
At the time, several people from Curwensville Alliance said, “We should take time to remember these men during a worship service, sometime after we reopen.”
We’re doing that as we worship tomorrow (8/2/2020 at 8:00 and 10:45 am).
These men hold a citizenship in heaven. As Jesus taught what the kingdom looked like, in the Sermon on the Mount, he spoke of men like these.
We will remember them, considering Jesus teaching in Matthew 5:1-12, and conclude our time celebrating The Lord’s Supper.
If you’re viewing online, don’t forget to prepare your bread and cup as we celebrate Communion together.
Is the predominant emotion dominating you? Your family? Your friends?
You might be surprised as you view this video…
You don’t have to be afraid.
And you don’t have to be angry.
Presented at Curwensville Alliance on 7/26/20.
There are questions that arise from the soul – questions that are both universal and personal.
In this sermon, I note that Jesus addresses those kinds of questions in The Sermon on the Mount.
If you missed my daughter’s song, it”s at the end of this video. You can go straight to it by clicking here.
Presented at Curwensville Alliance on 7/19/20.
This week’s worship service has been edited and is on YouTube.
You don’t have to be angry.
Your gentleness can be evident to everyone.
You’re welcome to join us at Curwensville Alliance tomorrow (7/19/20) for the traditional service at 8:00 a.m. and the service featuring today’s Christian music at 10:45 a.m.
This week’s sermon is not part of a series, but is a standalone sermon: “Christians in an Angry World”.
Because we are concerned about the spread of COVID-19, both these services will be streamed live online. Check both YouTube (8:00) and Facebook (10:45). If you are in one of the groups that makes you “at risk” regarding this virus or if you simply aren’t sure about attending, we encourage you to stay home.
As in weeks past, if you choose to join us for in-person worship, we ask that you wear a mask to protect others as you attend Curwensville Alliance Church. If you don’t have a mask, we have them available along with hand sanitizer.
We’re keenly aware that different people have different opinions concerning this – and we respect you. We thank you for your cooperative spirit.
We look forward to celebrating God’s goodness tomorrow and hearing from his word.