Worship begins at 10:30 am on Sunday
This week’s message
Sunday morning worship will be
“Anointed to Bring the Light?!”
by Rev. Mark A. Moon
Please read daily scriptures available in the link below,
and pray for:
Those in peril across the globe
victims of violence
those battling cancer
those who are ill and their care givers,
the displaced workers,
victims of natural disasters,
the lost and lonely,
our community, state, and nationally elected officers.
Will Ratcliff as he deals with everything connected to fighting cancer.
Special request for prayers and support
Rev. Will Ratcliff is one amongst us in need of brothers and sisters to mercifully walk beside him and his family. For the past couple years, Will’s only income has been his disability coverage. You may help Will, Bonnie, and Thomas in one or more of the following ways:
· Pray for them.
· Send cards of encouragement. Address: Will & Bonnie Ratcliff, have moved back to Auburn, NE
· Financial donations may be sent directly to the Ratcliffs (make check out to Bonnie Ratcliff).
· Include a gift card with your card of encouragement.
Thank you and may God bless you.
Provided by Christ Notes Bible Search
Welcome to the Tarkio Presbyterian Church. Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m. in Filson Parlor. Sunday Worship begins at 10:30 a.m.
The central focus of our faith is gathering to worship God. “Anyone who follows me shall not walk in darkness.” These are the words of Jesus Christ….Let it be the most important thing we do, then, to reflect of the life of Jesus Christ. To love God and serve only him.
Children are welcome in worship. Children’s activity boards are available at the entrance to the sanctuary. A nursery is available during worship for infants, toddlers and preschool age children. Parents may wish to have their young children stay for the “Children’s Message” before leaving for the nursery.
Presbyterians practice “open communion” which means that all baptized Christians are invited to participate in the Lord’s Supper on Sundays in which it is celebrated. Baptized children who are being nurtured in the faith are also invited to receive the Lord’s Supper recognizing that their understanding of the sacrament will vary according to their maturity.
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