Join us this Sunday morning! The theme of our worship is the goodness of God.
Prelude music this week comes from our “strings and things” group – hammered dulcimers, autoharps, a guitar, and a marimbula! You’ll also hear scripture read by Dan LaMee and Maggie Hyde. Our congregational prayer will be led by JR Smith and Robbie Smith. Pastor David’s sermon, “Life That Doesn’t Perish,” will be based on 1 Peter 1:17-23.
Posted by Mt. Haley Church of God on Sunday, April 26, 2020
Join us for worship as we celebrate the joy that Jesus bring us! Even though we have not seen him with our own eyes, we love him and believe in him.
Deann Smith will play prelude music. David Hassen and Caitlyn Bitler will read scripture for us. LeAnn Hadley and Pastor David will join together to lead in singing. And Pastor David’s sermon on John 20:19-31 will help us step into the story of Jesus’s disciples, on that first Easter Sunday, when they were locked away in a room for fear of what was outside. What Jesus brought to those disciples, he brings to us as well!
May God bless you this day and every day!
Worship with us this Easter Sunday! The Lord is risen! He is risen indeed!
Special thanks to LeAnn Hadley and Pam LaMee for their musical talents, and to Greg and Lorene Woodrum for reading scripture for this service.
Posted by Mt. Haley Church of God on Sunday, April 12, 2020
Join us for worship this Good Friday at noon. Representatives from several churches in the West Midland County area will participate in this service, which will point us to Jesus and his crucifixion on this most important day. We hope you and your family are blessed as you worship with us!
Posted by Mt. Haley Church of God on Friday, April 10, 2020
Join us for worship this Palm Sunday morning!
You’ll hear Deann Smith play prelude music, see Shane and Brennan Mudd read scripture, and receive Palm Sunday greetings from several of our children. You might even catch a glimpse of a four-footed furry friend in the middle of one of the songs. :)
Pastor David’s sermon, “The Journey Toward Enthronement,” is based on Matthew 21:1-11.