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Service schedule & themes

Service schedule & themes

The Holy Spirit (May 19, 2024)

It is Pentecost Sunday and today we celebrate the coming of the Holy Spirit upon the church with wind and fire. We are a community of Christ sharing Christ with our communities, declaring, and demonstrating the here and coming Kingdom of God. Sermon: The Holy Spirit (Acts 2:1-4) by Pastor David Donaldson

Discernment (May 12, 2024)

Happy Mother’s Day! What do you do when you don’t know what to do? The disciples were told to wait. They were between the ascension of Christ and Pentecost and the coming of the Holy Spirit. What to do in this time of limbo? Judas has gone – guess we should replace him – but… Read More »Discernment (May 12, 2024)

Carried Away (April 28, 2024)

Have you ever got carried away at something? Laughed at a joke long beyond when everybody else was laughing. Perhaps you’ve overloaded your plate at a buffet. “I just got carried away.“ Sometimes we can get carried away in either bad ways or good ways. We look at a follower of Christ getting carried away – by the Holy… Read More »Carried Away (April 28, 2024)

God-Stories from MBC Ministries (April 14, 2024)

God continues to do so many things through our church’s ministries. Lives continue to be transformed in different ways. This sermon reflects on three ministries: ESL Classes, Next Generation and Choir.

Proof (April 7, 2024)

A week after Easter, Thomas, the doubting disciple comes face to face with the risen Lord Jesus. He would learn just how much the resurrection reality matters. Stop doubting and believe. sermon: Proof (John 20:19-3) with Rev Jim Sanderson

Good Friday 2024

This service will bring together a number of Good Friday traditions. Our journey will follow the text of the passion narrative from the Gospel According to John and will take us to seven stations. As each station comes to us, we will have a reading of the text, a visual image, a reflection and an… Read More »Good Friday 2024

Hail to the King (March 24, 2024)

This is Palm Sunday, the day we remember the festive crowd who escorted Jesus as their hoped-to-be king into Jerusalem. This story has much to teach us about what kind of King Jesus is. sermon: Hail to the King (John 12:12-16) with Rev. Jim Sanderson (The sermon video is not available.)