You are invited to worship Jesus our King with us this Sunday morning! Our theme for this day is that Jesus died for sins, in accordance with the scriptures. Pastor David’s sermon is on that topic and is based on Mark 10:35-45. Join us!
Posted by Mt. Haley Church of God on Sunday, January 10, 2021
Our worship service on this first Sunday of 2021 will emphasize Jesus as the Son of David, the long-awaited Messiah and Savior of God’s people. Join us for worship as we start the year off right! Pastor David’s sermon text is Mark 12:35-40, and the title of his message is “Jesus Took On Human Flesh.”
In this service, you’ll also get to hear our State Pastor, Rev. Mark Richardson, read two passages of scripture for us. Thanks for your contribution, Pastor Mark!
Posted by Mt. Haley Church of God on Sunday, January 3, 2021
Join us for worship on this first Sunday of Christmas and last Sunday of 2020! We will sing a couple more Christmas carols to wrap up the season. Today marks the beginning of a new sermon series, as well: “The Gospel About Jesus.” Pastor David’s sermon text is John 8:48-59, and the sermon title is “Jesus Preexisted With the Father.”
Posted by Mt. Haley Church of God on Sunday, December 27, 2020
Join us for worship on this third Sunday of Advent! In this season of uncertainty and separation, it is important to remember that Jesus Christ is our source of joy. Our guest preacher this week is Rev. Shannon New Spangler, whose sermon is titled “The Promise: Presence of the Father.”
Posted by Mt. Haley Church of God on Sunday, December 13, 2020
Join us for worship! Pastor David’s sermon text is Acts 6:1-7, and this week’s sermon will complete our series on the three major goals for our congregation in the coming year.
Let’s worship the Lord together!
Posted by Mt. Haley Church of God on Sunday, November 22, 2020
Pastor David reads Luke 15:1-10 and offers a prayer from St. Augustine:
O Lord, who though you were rich yet for our sakes became poor, and who has promised in your holy gospel that whatever is done for the least of your brothers and sisters you will receive as done to you: Give us grace, we humbly ask you, to be always willing and ready to minister, as you enable us, to the needs of others, and to extend the blessings of your kingdom over all the world; to your praise and glory, who are God over all, blessed for ever.
Posted by Mt. Haley Church of God on Wednesday, November 11, 2020