Sunday morning worship is streamed here each week starting around 9:20 am for the 9:30am worship service. Once you hit the “Play” button in the video area below (after 9:20am), you should see the video. If not, try the link below to go directly to YouTube and look for the “Live” video there.
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Sermon audio is available on our podcast: To Seek and To Save
All Things New: Exploring Your New Life By Word & Spirit
We didn’t need COVID-19 to teach us that life never stays the same. One age – whether industrial or information or pandemic – leads to another. Better yet, the Spirit of our God is ever at work to make us new. So we’re going to see what God’s Word says that we might enter each new day renewed in faith, hope and love.
- New Spirit (Day of Pentecost, May 31)
- New Voice (Holy Trinity Sunday, June 7)
- New Eyes (June 14)
- New Ears (June 21)
Our Regular Sunday Schedule:
8:30-9:15 am – Bible Study for all ages
9:30 am – Worship
10:30 am – Fellowship
The central truth of the Christian faith is this: “All have sinned and fall short of the glory of God, and are justified freely by his grace through the redemption that came by Christ Jesus” (Romans 3:23, 24). In all of history and in all of creation, no better news exists for human beings than this good news. Through Christ, God frees us from the guilt we have carried and the eternal punishment we deserve.
The gospel, however, does more than release us from death. It also enlivens a spontaneous outpouring of gratitude and praise, of love and respect for God. This thankful response the Bible calls worship.
Receiving from God and responding to God are the heart and soul of the public worship of the Christian Church. Believers desire to express in public what they believe in private, and they long to share with other Christians what they believe as individuals. In public worship therefore, God speaks and his people respond. God serves the congregation and the congregation serves God.
Gathering into an assembly is natural for a group that considers itself to be the body of Christ. But there is much more than a theological symbol in this gathering. The members of the church see a very practical reason for coming together in worship. The author of the letter to the Hebrews put his finger on it when he wrote, “Let us not give up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but let us encourage one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching” (Hebrews 10:25). The encouragement that believers give their brothers and sisters is invaluable.
At Living Savior, we love God and desire to worship him “in spirit and in truth”. We love God’s Word and the comfort it offers. We love people and want to help them know God and his salvation in his Son, Jesus Christ. We love families and seek to help parents in their important roles. Singles and married couples, old and young, men and women all will find a warm welcome here.