Sunday Worship Gathering 11 AM @ North Community Lutheran Church

114 Morse Road Columbus, OH 43214 (Map)



What's Happening this Sunday: February 16, 2014

February 13, 2014 by Mike Juday 0 comments

Posted in: Preparation for Gathered Worship


We have taken the past 3 Sundays to look at Ephesians 1:1-14. This Sunday, we'll move on to Ephesians 1:15-23. Gabe deGarmeaux will be preaching on the thankfulness and prayerfulness that Paul speaks of and what prayer and thankfulness looks like for us today.



Read and reflect on the Psalm that we'll read together to remind of our calling to worship God

We will give thanks to the Lord with our whole heart;
We will recount all of Your wonderful deeds.
We will be glad and exult in You;
We will sing praise to your name, O Most High.
- Psalm 9:1-2



Rejoice - Music and words by Dustin Kensrue in 2013. This song is an amazing call to worship our God. The chorus says, "Rejoice! Come and lift your hands and raise your voice! [God] is worthy of our praise. Rejoice! Sing of mercies of your King and with trembling, rejoice!". When we sing this song, we are calling ourselves and each other to worship our King and our God. Psalm 145:8-11, Philippians 4:4

The Water and the Blood - Words and music written by Sojourn Music in 2011. These words have been adapted from Isaac Watts hymns. This song is both a song of confession and of assurance. We confess our sins and celebrate that "by the mercy of our God" we have been washed clean of our sins.

Christ is Risen - Words and music written by The Brilliance in 2010. A song that specifically celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The resurrection of Christ doesn't just mean that Christ lives, it means that we can be alive too!!!

We'll also be singing Doxology, Amazing Grace (God of Grace), Before the Throne of God, and Come Thou Fount. You can listen to these songs here.


We will be praying together for the worship gathering at 10am. All are welcome to join. We encourage to be at the school by 10:30am to receive the fullness of the liturgy. See you on Sunday!!!

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