I always enjoy good opportunities to be reminded of my desperation in worship. How important is it in my worship to be reminded that I’m just as desperate for God to show and enable me to worship as I am for Him to be guiding every aspect of my life.
We opened yesterday with Let Us Return.
After our call to worship we sang Arise, O Worship the King, Waiting Here for You, and When All is Said and Done.
Our offering song was a tune by Brenton Brown called Adoration.
We wrap up the month of November next Sunday, and plow right into the season of Advent at Oak Mountain.
We’ll celebrate the 1st Sunday of Advent on the 1st, as well as celebrate our latest class of graduates from Jobs 4 Life!
On the 8th, we’ll celebrate the Lord’s Supper together.
The 15th of December is our 2013 Christmas Worship service. Be sure to join us at either (or both) services that morning – 8:15 and 10:45. It, of course, is STILL not too late to join us and sing!
Our Christmas Eve Services will be on the 24th at 5 and 6:30. The is NO childcare for either service. Most families with younger kids choose to come to the 5:00 service.
On the 29th – we’ll only be having ONE worship service, at 10:45, with Sunday school preceding at it’s normal time – 9:30.