A Prayer for You
We said a prayer for you today and know God must have heard.
We felt the answer in our hearts. He spoke no word.
We didn't ask for wealth or fame--we know you wouldn’t mind.
We asked Him to send treasures of a far more lasting kind.
We asked that He be near you at the start of each day,
to grant you health, blessings and friends to share your ways.
We asked for happiness for you in all things great and small,
but it was for His loving care we prayed for most of all.
In sincere appreciation, Pastor Moses & Mrs. Eledia Harvill.
Write the Vision
and make it plain on tablets.
That he may run who reads it.
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Sunday, February 1
Planning Celebrating Black History Month. Please invite the family to join seated together and commune together as A Family. More information to follow.
Sunday, February 8
Marie Clinton Day, Bud's of Promise
Sunday, February 10
2nd Quarterly Conference
Sunday, February 22
Black History Program
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Sunday, March 22
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Epiphany or The Season After Epiphany (4-9 Sunday, January 6 – February 17,
2015) is a time for remembering the various times and ways Jesus was revealed
to humans, particularly to the Gentiles (non-Jews) through the Magi (Wise Men)
who represented other nationalities. It is
a reminder of the universality of Jesus, the Savior of persons in every land.
Sunday after Epiphany Day is known as Baptism of the Lord referring to Matthew
3:13-17, Mark 1:9-11, Luke 3:21-22, and John 1:29-34. This is an excellent time for baptism and
renewal of the baptismal covenant. Appropriate
symbols are water, the baptismal shell or font, a descending dove, and a cross
standing in water. The emphasis for the
remainder of the season is on the beginning of Jesus ministry, the miracles
performed, and Jesus’ works and teachings.
Color: Green is the liturgical color for
Kingdomtide. Green is symbolic of the
freshness of nature, hope, life, and growth.
It is used during The Season After Epiphany and Kingdomtide.