Worship

Overview

We are a congregation of the Presbyterian Church USA (“PC(USA)”. Our worship follows the outline as set for in The Book of Common Worship. As a PC(USA) Church, our Pastor and Session (“Minister of Word and Sacrament” and “Ruling Elders” set the calendar for the days which we celebrate the Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper (also known as “The Holy Communion”, or “The Holy Eucharist”.  We also offer other services throughout the liturgical year, especially during Lent and Holy Week – the Forty Days between Ash Wednesday and Easter Sunday. Baptisms and Confirmations always occur in the context of Sunday Worship. We conduct Weddings and Funerals throughout the Liturgical Year. 

WEEKLY: Sundays, 10:30 AM with Childcare and Sunday School options.

Duration: 6 weeks

Seats: 36

Where: Divi Public Library

Join: Visitors and Guests are welcome. Baptized Christians are welcome to take communion. We offer “New Member” Classes once or twice a year.

Worship Opportunities

 

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th, 2019
The 16th Sunday After Pentecost

10:30AM, Coffee Hour Follows at 11:30

Pastor Ted will be preaching on Luke 16:19-31, “Crossing the Line”. There will be fellowship during the Coffee Hour that immediately follows the service.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6th, 2019
The 17th Sunday After Pentecost

10:30AM, Coffee Hour Follows at 11:30

Pastor Ted will be preaching on Lamentations 1:1-6, “Things Are Bad”. There will be fellowship during the Coffee Hour that immediately follows the service.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13th, 2019
The 18th Sunday After Pentecost

10:30AM, Coffee Hour Follows at 11:30

Pastor Ted will be preaching on Luke 17:11-19, “Give Thanks and Call Me In the Morning”. There will be fellowship during the Coffee Hour that immediately follows the service.

Sunday Worship
Soli Deo Gloria. To God alone, the glory. During our Sunday Worship, we gather to be in community, to worship – with one another – to God. We listen to His Holy Word, as recorded in the BIble, to study the bible through the pastor’s sermon, to lift up our prayer concerns to God, and to sing the praises of God through song and music. At various points throughout the year, we do also celebrate the Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper (also known as the “Holy Communion” or “the Holy Eucharist”.) Baptized Christians are welcome to receive this Sacrament. For more information about our Sunday Worship, other liturgies, or the PC(USA), please email The Rev. Ted McCulloch, MDiv – Pastor & Head of Staff.

About the Liturgical Year

We are in the Season of Pentecost. It is the longest of all of the seasons in the liturgical year. “The festivals and seasons of the Christian year (or liturgical calendar) offer a way to order the annual life of the church according to the life of Christ and the events of salvation history. The Revised Common Lectionary provides a set of Scripture readings from the Old and New Testaments that is both organized around the Christian year and attentive to the broad themes and narratives of the biblical story.” The Christian Liturgical Year starts with The First Sunday of Advent, either in very late November, or Early December. It is followed by Christmas, Epiphany, Lent – including Holy Week, Easter, Pentecost, and the Season After Pentecost.

ADDRESS

121 South Harrison Street, Saginaw, MI 48602
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WORSHIP & BIBLE STUDY

 Sunday Worship: 10:30 AM

Tues Bible Study: 7 PM*
Thur Bible Study: 9 AM*

*Bible Studies vary.Look at calendar for more details.