Thanksgiving Day

Thanksgiving Day

As we celebrate Thanksgiving, it’s easy to be grateful. Our reminder from today’s Scripture readings is to do so in everything, every day! Not an easy task. Turmoil surrounds us – from our own anxiety to global pandemics – but we are encouraged to take it all to God in prayer. When we take it to Him in prayer and supplication, we find peace. And in His peace, we have joy.
Here is today’s sermon text from Philippians 4,

do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.

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Bible Study: You are invited to join us! We have two classes every week. The first one meets Sunday mornings at 9:45 am in person and is covering The Power & Primacy of the Pope.
The second one meets on Wednesday nights at 7 pm via Zoom and is covering the Book of Revelation. If you would like to attend the Zoom class, please let Pastor know and he will add you to invite.

Advent: Midweek Advent services will only be posted online. Sunday services continue as normal.

Donations: Although we are slowly emerging from the pandemic, the expenses remain constant. If you wish to make a donation please mail them to the St. James post office box as that is a secure location.

Prayer requests. Bring your prayer requests to Pastor Jenson, Deacon Poe, or Loyd Harris (bulletin typist) and we will include them during the Litany. Remember if you are bringing a prayer request on behalf of another person their permission must be obtained.

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