Church of the Messiah First Annual Adult Mission Trip GUATEMALA Saturday, Jan 18 – Saturday, Jan 25, 2020 We will build stoves and install water filtration systems in Guatemalan homes. Click here for a short video about building stoves and creating clean water. Mission and trip details appear below. Please contact Keith directly if you have any questions. TRAVEL: We will meet at Church of the Messiah on the morning of Saturday, January 18th, and travel to the Philadelphia A
Come on out to Justin's Carriage House and Floral & Hardy All day Wednesday & Thursday August 14th & Aug 15th Justin’s Carriage House: open 11:30am-10:00pm 3911 Skippack Pike (610) 584-5005 Floral & Hardy: open 9:00am-7:00pm 4007 Skippack Pike (610) 584-0797 Have lunch and/or dinner at Justin’s Carriage House and shop next door at Floral & Hardy for floral, gardening & home décor items. A generous 20% of your total check will be donated to Church of the Messiah! About Justin
What do a tenor, a flute and a guitar have in common? They will all be at Messiah this summer! August 18: Sara Sablosky and Don Reese will treat us to duets for flute and guitar. August 25: Guitarist and composer Kevin Cope will play a variety of solo guitar music, and will be joined by flutist Sara Sablosky for the offertory.
Here's a hint.... ....read on! Proper 12 Hosea 1:2-10; Ps 85; Col 2:6-19; Lk 11:1-13 28 July 2019 “Teach us to pray,” the disciples ask Jesus. It is the only time in all of Scripture that the disciples make a direct request of Jesus to teach them anything. And we should not be surprised that they wanted Jesus to teach them to pray, since Luke’s Gospel shows Jesus at prayer before every major event in his three years of earthly ministry. According to Luke, Jesus was praying be
What do a bassoon, a flute and violins have in common? They will all be at Messiah this summer! Thank you Brenna, you were amazing!! Click here to watch a video of Brenna's performance. July 21: Brenna Zepp, bassoon, will play movements from the Bassoon Sonata by Saint-Saëns and the Grand Concerto for Bassoon by Hummel, with piano accompaniment. Brenna is a graduate of Perkiomen Valley High School and is now studying classical music performance at the Norwegian Academy of Mus
Proper 10 Luke 10:25-37 14 July 2019 The story we have just heard, the Parable of the Good Samaritan as it has come to be popularly known, arises out of a discussion between Jesus and a Pharisee. A religious lawyer asks Jesus a question on the nature of the lengthy and complicated Jewish Law code. The stage is set by Luke with these words: “a lawyer stood up to put him to the test.” Well, it’s not the first time, nor will it be the last, that a lawyer lays a trap by phrasing
I want to begin this morning by reading something, which I would love to take credit for, but I must confess that it was taken from the newsletter of a church in North Carolina. The newsletter article reads: To make it possible for everyone to attend Sunday School and church next Sunday, we will have a special “No Excuse Sunday”. Cots will be placed in the foyer for those who say, “Sunday is my only day to sleep in.” Visine will be available for those whose eyes are red from