Has love and mercy had an impact in your life? I can remember with joy the times I have experienced unexpected loving mercy from a teacher, a parent, or a friend. Have you ever wondered what impact it has when Christians love one another? That’s this week’s subject during worship.
This week’s service includes Communion. Come and be blessed! Sunday school for all ages at 9:15, Worship service at 10:30.
THIS WEDNESDAY February 10 – dinner at 6:00, followed by ASH WEDNESDAY SERVICE. I can’t wait to see you! LOVE ONE ANOTHER by being there!Read More Read More
Is there someone who you think if it wasn’t for this person my life would be fine; the nation would be better off, my life would be happier? The Pharisees and Scribes felt this way, too, about Jesus! They wanted to trick him so they could get rid of him. They brought to Jesus a woman caught in adultery, stood her in front of a crowd, and asked him to judge her. This Sunday, January 31 at 10:30 am, we listen to this story and find out just exactly what Jesus does in response.
Following the worship service is the Annual Congregational Meeting/Potluck. We ask all regular attenders and members of FPCD to stay for the annual meeting and monthly potluck. This meeting celebrates 2015 and gives you the vision and direction of our church and its ministry to the City of Duncanville and beyond for 2016.
Please bring a hot or cold dish to serve eight people.
READ THE MESSAGE: The Meaning of Grace
Have you ever been in the presence of someone who is commanding? When Jesus began His ministry, people said He was quite different. No one–not one of their teachers–was as effective as Him. They said He had authority. The word authority is from the same root as author; the originator of something. Perhaps that was it. He wasn’t expounding on something someone else had said. He was the source.
In the first chapter of Mark, Jesus displays His authority and people turn around to flock to Him. We learn a great deal about who Jesus is in this chapter. The YOUTH lead us in this 4th Sunday Contemporary service, which begins at 10:30 a.m. Sunday School begins at 9:15 for all ages. See you there!
Annual Congregational Meeting & Potluck NEXT SUNDAY, JANUARY 31, 12:00 PM — Please bring a hot or cold dish to serve eight people.
READ Mark 1:14-34
READ the MESSAGE: Who in Jesus? Someone with Authority
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