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Pastor's Weekly Update

Having A Truly Holy Holy Week?

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Posted by John Repsold on

Holy simply means “set apart” for God’s use.  So what are we doing to make this a “set-apart” week?  Let me invite you to do a few things personally and together with God’s people. 1.) “Set apart” 15 minutes or more each day this week to ...

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Tags: connecting with god, easter, holy, holy week

Of Film & Fridays

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Posted by John Repsold on

Don’t be surprised if you find yourself on film this Sunday.  All week we’ve been working with a video production company to put together a couple of short video stories that can be used at our Building Dedication.  The last of their filming will be during our Sunday morning ...

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Tags: dedication, fridays, holy week, worship, video filming

Terrible Thursday

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Posted by John Repsold on

So how’s your Holy Week going? I was reminded by Alex Kaprian, a fellow downtown pastor at the Pilgrim Slavic Baptist Church just down the street from us on Second Avenue, that today is “Terrible Thursday.” You won’t find many American churches observing it but apparently ...

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Tags: holy week, terrible thursday, good friday, sabbath, resurrection sunday

Holy Week Coming

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Posted by John Repsold on

Strictly speaking, every week is a “holy week” for God’s kids—a week set aside for God’s use however He sees fit. But on the Christian church calendar, the annual Holy Week starts with Palm Sunday and culminates on Easter Sunday. World-wide it is celebrated by almost ...

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Tags: holy week, easter, good friday, cross, stations of the cross, way of the cross

How Holy Is Your "Holy Week"?

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Posted by John Repsold on

Holy, biblically speaking, simply means “set apart,” “separate,” “unique” or “consecrated.”  When applied to God is refers to his absolute moral purity and separation from sin.  When applied to this week, well…. The answer to ...

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Tags: holy, holy week, easter, good friday, cross