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Who are the saints in your life? In our worship today, "Remembering the Saints," Rev. Dr. Audrey Borschel, looks at the way God equips us to receive from and participate as one of God's saints in the world around us. Saints aren't perfect, but are people with their eyes trained upon God, trying to be faithful servants.
Our worship includes a time of communion (breaking of the bread)--for which we extend the invitation given by Jesus Christ to all who would come. If you would like to share with us in this time at the table that passes all boundaries of place, time, and walls, then we ask that you prepare a wafer, cracker, or bread and a drink, and we ask that our blessing will extend to where you are. If you are unable to eat or drink, use a symbolic gesture or mental symbols of joining with us. Continue reading →
We hope you will join us for DisciplesNet Worship #107, with message "What is Your Response?" brought by Rev. Anita Cobb, a talented new staff member for DisciplesNet Church. Rev. Cobb looks at the story of Bartimaeus, who calls out to Jesus to regain his sight.
We have many gifts shared today, including the Revs. Dean Phelps and Twana Harris singing, "It is Well With My Soul." As a gift to you we also share one of the great times in sharing the gift of music, when Dean and our brothers from the Disciples of Christ in the Democratic Republic of Congo got together in our studio this past month. Continue reading →
We invite you to join us for DisciplesNet Worship #105, with a special message about "Solomon's sword," by Rev. Dr. Deb Phelps, Senior Pastor os DisciplesNet Church. In today's worship we announce our initiative for our third year, where we devote to exploring how God's calls us into mending, tending, and extending the net (the church) in the name of Jesus Christ.… Read the rest “DisciplesNet Worship #105 “Solomon’s Sword,” (Phelps 10.21.2012)”