Join us for a virtual service via zoom on Sunday, the 27th of November, 2022. Rev. Dr. Sherrie Connelly will be our minister. The theme is “Hark, we expectantly wait.”
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#WeekendPlans: 7/3/22 “Spirit of Reconciliation” w/@ChaplainSherrie
This Sunday’s service will be a hybrid service. Rev. Dr. Sherrie Connelly will deliver her service on zoom from home, but members and friends are welcome to join for fellowship and to watch the service together at the Glendale New Church.
Fellowship begins at 10:30 am, 11:00 am for Worship. Zoom link will be emailed to members and their contacts. We hope to see you in person or virtually.
Easter 2022 Service
If you missed our Easter Service, you can catch the highlights on YouTube. Thank you to everyone who participated in the service and helped it come to be. We are looking forward to a day when we can all be together in person, but we are thankful for, and enjoying our spiritual community which was forged through our time of separation.
#WeekendPlans: “Temptation in the Wilderness” 3/6/22
Please join us tomorrow for zoom church with Rev. Dr. Sherrie Connelly as she presents the theme “Temptation in the Wilderness.” Intrigued? We begin at 10:30 am, with fellowship and 11:00 am for worship. Zoom link provided to church members and their contacts.
#WeekendPlans: “The True Light Shines,” celebrating the Epiphany
Please join us Sunday, Jan. 2, 2022, as we worship via Zoom. Rev. Dr. Sherrie Connelly delivers our service. Fellowship begins at 10:30 am, Worship at 11:00 am.
#SundaySermon: Blessed Thanksgiving for All Things 11/21/21
We are grateful to have been able to share a virtual/in-person hybrid church service on Sunday, the 21st of November, 2021. Our congregants had either received the Covid vaccine, or had had Covid previously. We prayed and sang together, and listened to a sermon by our local minister, Rev. Dr. Sherrie Connelly. We were joined by our friends near and far over zoom. We even had Sunday School where the kids brainstormed ideas of subjects they’d like to study in future weeks. Below are the sermon notes from Rev. Connelly. The readings are referenced.
“Blessed Thanksgiving for All Things,” Sermon notes by Rev. Dr. Sherrie Connelly
Psalm 47:1 to 2, 5 to 9
Oh clap your hands everyone together express your joy adore the Lord on high.
Joel 2:21 to 24 to 26
The threshing floors are filled with autumn green because I had and rejoice in your God.
Matthew 6:25 to 33
Your life is full of abundant blessings. There is nothing to worry about. Worrying gets you nothing. It is merely negative meditation. Let it go…
The flowers of nature grow abundantly and naturally as God has ordered. So too you will grow into the fullness of your being.
ES: AC (Elliott,) n. 10655
We are thankful that the divine human has been raised, thus saving human beings from evil. There is much to be thankful for.<TBTG>
“ Blessed Thanksgiving for All Things“
As our Thanksgiving holiday approaches, we are celebrating a harvest feast together today. Together, in person for the first time in a very long time. Hallelujah we are grateful! Let us look at different sorts of blessed Thanksgiving.
1. during the first year of a child’s life, from loving conception through gestation and burst. A new child is born and comes to us as a miracle. Thanks be to God.
2. During the learning years we develop skills, expand awareness, and have experiences that mature us into full adults. Thanks be to God.
3. As we age, get gray hair, creaky knees, and disabled parking permit, we are grateful for the abilities that do remain. Thanks be to God.
4. As we embrace worlds of many different languages lands and cultures and opportunities to travel across the states and abroad. Thanks be to God
5. As we prepare to share in this delicious and bountiful Thanksgiving harvest feast. We are so grateful for each other’s contributions. Thanks be to God.
6. As we anticipate our first snowfall in the coming of winter, we are grateful for warm clothes, mittens, coats, hats, boots, and people who shovel snow for us. Thanks be to God.
7. As the season of Christmas and baby Jesus’ birth come near, once again we celebrate a newborn child, and the coming new year. He is blessed and born. Thanks be to God.
8. For everyone of our blessings including both gifts and challenges, may we be abundantly grateful. Amen.
#LastSundaysSermon; “Comfort, Serenity & Healing”
Didn’t make it to virtual church last Sunday, the 5th? You can watch Rev. Dr. Sherrie Connelly’s service, sermon and subsequent discussion on the video on YouTube.
#WeekendPlans: “Comfort, Healing & Serenity” w/Rev. Dr. Sherrie Connelly
Join us Sunday, Sept. 5, 2021, over Zoom, for our service with Rev. Dr. Sherrie Connelly. The theme is “Comfort, Healing and Serenity.” She will explore the these pertinent themes during our time together.
Sunday School begins at 9:45 am, Fellowship at 10:30 am, and Worship at 11:00 am. Zoom link will be provided over email to church members and their contacts.