Israel, God's chosen and rescued people, celebrate a love that endures for all creation and for themselves. The Psalms sings the praises of Thanksgiving. It is always good to have joy and to appreciate God for what he is doing and for His love for everyone.
Let us thank God today for His Love. And lets love ourselves
Let's sing God's goodness all the time.
Onsite services closed until Nov.1
We welcome you to join us on Facebook Live at 9:30 am for Sunday service.
Schedule prior to Covid-19 closings.
Our Children's Sunday School starts at 10 a.m. We use Cokesbury's Deep Blue curriculum.
Children begin worship service with their parents at 10:50 and are dismissed for children's church after Children's Moment with the Pastor.
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God is our anchor: Hebrews 6:9, "we have this hope as an anchor for the soul, firm and secure. It enters the inner sanctuary behind the curtain. It's a season to allow the Holy Spirit to use us to the glory of God. Due to many challenges, we seek the holy spirit to be an anchor to our thirsty souls.
Oct. 4, 2020
Theme: When God steps in
God steps in our terrible situations to prove his infinite love.
God wants to liberate us from sin.
The book of Exodus is the climax of the Israel history and Christian life.
From the red sea story we learn so many things in our lives
1) That we are moving out of bondage to sin
2)We are moving out of this state by faith (Hebrews 11)
3)We do not want to sin but we want to have life in abundance (John 5:24)
October 11, 2020
Theme: God's unified people can be empowered and equipped by the Holy Spirit to do the work of ministry in our broken world.
The world is broken and shattered.
In our different personalities how do we adapt to the new circumstances, being realistic, especially in the way that every day we still come to the fire.
A broken and hurting world need Christians who show and share the love of Jesus.
One broken world, what Christians need to do is to recapture what "the other" is going through. Revelations 7:9
October 18, 2020
Theme: God's unified and spirit filled people should be reproducing, equipped, mature and grounded followers of Jesus
1 Corinthians 12:12-31
Unity and diversity in the body of Christ
We will accept gifts from other people and use them for the growth of the Church.
October 25, 2020
Theme: Reaching out to people or Seeing people in our own area (Noble) and beyond
Readings: Acts 17:16-33
This series will inspire Noble Church members who calls Noble Church their spiritual home to see, reach out to people, understand others, pray more, invite, serve and welcome people who are far from God in our area.
How many people have we reached out to during this season, and Do we compare ourselves with the early church and to what extend?
Did we identify new ways of seeing people (in this covid season) and if not who do we give give the blame?
Where to find us:
We are meeting online via Facebook Live for church service and Zoom for classes.
Noble Knitters meet by invitation on Zoom at 10:00 Wednesday mornings.
Bible Study meets by invitation at 6:30 on Wednesday evenings via Zoom.
Sunday schools meet by invitation on Zoom on Sunday.
Church service is on Noble Facebook page at 9:30 on Sunday.
If you would like an invitation to join any of the groups, please call our office phone number and leave a message with your phone number. Someone will contact you.