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O For a Thousand Tongues to Sing

Most of us are involved in our church because, well, we like it. We like the people, we like the coffee and donut holes and, hopefully, we like the pastors and the staff. But, is our church a healthy one? And, what are some of the signs of a really healthy church? Well, sometimes, we're not so sure about that. Author Robert Schnase, who is the Bishop of the Missouri Conference of the United Methodist Church, says there are some fundamental things that a healthy and growing church DOES. Things like offering a radical hospitality and practicing passionate worship. A church that bears fruit also has a process of intentional faith development, opportunities for mission and service and it practices extravagant generosity. Last week Pastor Tim helped us take a look at hospitality and what we are called to offer "beyond these walls." This morning we're going to spend a few moments talking about worship. You and I know that worship is so much more than just who's preaching and what the choir or praise team sounds like this morning. But, what is at the heart of worship at St. Andrew? Well, maybe it depends on what we're looking at! (Permalink)

Speaker: Rev. Pat Sleeth   Scripture: Psalm 84

Handouts: traditional service bulletin, contemporary service bulletin, announcements insert

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