What does Godliness look like? Well, we know it contains elements of repentance, faith, holiness...but there is so much more to uncover. In this week's sermon, Senior Pastor Aaron Mansfield shares a starting point identified by John Wesley. And while this only scratches the surface, these signs help formed the basis of salvation and faith in Jesus Christ, as recognized today by many Methodists and Christians of faith.
Meanwhile, we are battling old natures, people manipulating others with perceived power, and the threat of a dead sect and church if we are not 100% committed. This is why it is important to study Scripture, understand hymns that we sing, and share with others your faith and how holiness has become part of your life.
We continue forward not knowing when restrictions will lift and officials will state we can meet again. We lift up our leaders and decision-makers this week. Please give each the gift of discernment and allow them to make good decisions on this matter. Let us continue to worship together as a body of one, even if separated by distance. Enjoy this worship service and God Bless.
Your Leadership Team
Trinity Hill UMC
Order for Sunday Worship
8:30 a.m. August 2, 2020
Jenna McKinley and Jennifer Peyton
"Salt and Light"
Senior Pastor Aaron Mansfield
"Commitment to Greatness: How to be a Disciple (cont. week 4)"
Pastor Aaron Mansfield
Jenna McKinley & Bob Sandrock
"No 419 - I Am Thine, O Lord"
(Scripture quotations are from The ESV® Bible (The Holy Bible, English Standard Version®), copyright © 2001 by Crossway, a publishing ministry of Good News Publishers. Used by permission. All rights reserved.)
(All hymn and chorus texts are reprinted by permission, under Christian Copyright License, Inc. CCLI #668551.)