Preaching is a living activity. The delivery of the Word is meant to be deeply informed by the relationship between pastor and people. There can be no substitute for being present in your own assembly when the Word is preached by your own minister. We strongly encourage you to listen regularly and receptively to the Word preached by your own teaching elder.
With that in mind, we offer the following sermons. If you find them helpful we would be more than happy to hear from you and to get to know you.
Why do we gather for congregational worship? (Ezra 3:8-13)
Psalms for singing
Psalm 136 stanzas 1-3, 11-12
Psalm 118 stanzas 13-18
When corporate worship was restored after the Babylonian exile, the Jews sang, "O give thanks to the LORD, for he is good, for his steadfast love endures for ever!" As congregational worship is restored to us, we sing the same, because:
1. Congregational worship acknowledges God's great works
2. Congregational worship anticipates heaven
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