WORSHIP TIME IS 10:15
We will be having in-person worship at 10:15 this Sunday. We will make every effort to protect your health by requiring masks & social distancing, taking temperatures, and providing hand sanitizer as you enter.
The worship service will also be available on Facebook Live.
What we do know is:
-All on site events, and meetings are cancelled/postponed for the foreseeable future
-The church offices are open. Please limit your presence in the offices to official church business.
- Larry's Adult Sunday School Class will meet via ZOOM on Sunday morning at 9:15. Contact Larry if you need more details.
-Further information will be posted as it becomes available
We are excited to announce that Pr. Chon Pugh has accepted the call to be our new settled pastor! She comes to us from Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Mesa, AZ and will begin her ministry here in Texas City on September 16. Thanks be to God!
FIRST READING: Revelation 7:9-17
PSALM: Psalm 34:1-10, 22
SECOND READING: 1 John 3:1-3
GOSPEL: Matthew 5:1-12
You are invited to attend in-person worship at 10:15 this Sunday, November 1. We will make every effort to protect your health by requiring masks & social distancing, taking temperatures, and providing hand sanitizer as you enter.
We will broadcast the service on Facebook Live this week.
All Saints celebrates the baptized people of God, living and dead, who are the body of Christ. As November heralds the dying of the landscape in many northern regions, the readings and liturgy call us to remember all who have died in Christ and whose baptism is complete. At the Lord’s table we gather with the faithful of every time and place, trusting that the promises of God will be fulfilled and that all tears will be wiped away in the new Jerusalem.
The sermon will be presented by the Rev. Chon Pugh and inspired by the gospel of Matthew 5:1-12.
Adult Sunday School Topic for All Interested Adults on October 4th at 9:00am via ZOOM: Amy Coney Barrett, Catholic and Originalist, Nominated to Supreme Court
The nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court has caused some people to hope that she will express her Catholic faith as a justice, and some to fear the very same thing. Because of widespread focus on her religious beliefs, expressing faith in the workplace will be the topic of our next class.
While we are all busy trying to find "activities" to fill the hours during these uncertain times, let's not forget who we are and whose we are. Follow the link below for family devotionals geared to the Covid Crisis.