THE SUMMER 2019 PREACHING MENU

Prepared by our Sabbatical Team of Preachers!!

Volunteers from among the congregation will be sharing their faith and teaching from the Scriptures this summer.  They are guests in the pulpit, but not guests in the church – they are our very own leaders…and they are leading by example! The Scripture lessons are semi-continuous through the gospel of Luke, focusing on the ministry and teachings of Jesus. Your prayerful support and faithful attendance will be appreciated!

 

June 2              Ascension; Rev. Rod Weiss                 Luke 24:44-53

June 9              Pentecost; Linda Webster                   John 14:8-17

June 16            Trinity; Bob Harrah, Elder                   John 16:12-15

June 23            Linda Brezinski, Elder                          Luke 8:26-39

June 30            Ron Hart, Elder                                     Luke 9:51-62

July 7               Rev. Rod Weiss                                      Luke 10:1-20

July 14             John Milne, Elder                                   Luke 10:25-37

July 21             Scott Willyerd, Elder                             Luke 10:38-42

July 28             Danielle Humphreys, Deacon             Luke 11:1-13

August 4           Rev. Craig Kephart,                             Luke 12:13-21

Executive Presbyter of Washington

August 11         Paul Boyce, Elder                                Luke 12:32-40

August 18         Linda Webster                                     Luke 12:49-56

August 25         John Tilley, Elder                                  Luke 13:10-17

 

The Sunday Lectionary  is a three-year cycle of weekly readings.   This lectionary is built around the seasons of the Church Year. During most of the year, the lections are: a reading from the Old Testament, a Psalm, a reading from the Epistles, and a Gospel reading. 

 

The  Daily Lectionary expands the range of biblical reading in worship and personal devotion. These readings complement the Sunday readings: Thursday through Saturday readings help prepare the reader for the Sunday ahead; Monday through Wednesday readings help the reader reflect on and digest what they heard in worship.