‘Again and Again, God Meets Us’
Mark 1:9–15 — The Rev. Keith Cardwell
■ In-person and online services
■ Seeking worship helpers — If you would like to light and extinguish the candles as an acolyte, lead “time with the children,” or read Scripture as part of our online Sunday worship, please contact Greg McNair, worship elder, or the church office for more information.
►In-person worship at 10 a.m.
■ With colder weather, we plan to worship in the sanctuary each Sunday. Please wear your mask and practice social distancing.
Again & Again, We Are Called To Listen
Again & Again, We Are Shown the Way
Again & Again, God Loves First
Again & Again, We Are Reformed
Holy Week begins. Again & Again, We Draw On Courage
Again & Again, We Are Held Together
John 13:1–17, 31b–35
Again & Again, We Find Ourselves Here
Again & Again, The Sun Rises
■Remember the old rugged cross.■
Because God is with you all the time,
no place is any closer to God
than the place where you are right now.
‘Time with the children’ Our 10 a.m. services normally include this segment focused on young worshipers.
Food pantry update
The food pantry will be open on Wednesday, Feb. 24, from 10 to 11 a.m.
Volunteers are always needed and welcome to help with the food pantry ministry. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Al Sprouse at 251-744-1944.
Swift Church offers children’s church (grades K–4) during the 10:00 service after “Time with the children.” It normally is offered each Sunday except for communion Sundays. There is no children’s church at this time.
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►Connect with God. ►Connect with other believers.
Never underestimate the power of prayer
No problem you might have
is too big for God to handle.
The peace of Christ be with you— —and also with you. Passing the peace is a deeply theological practice of reconciliation not replicated in secular culture.
We greet each other in Christ, laying aside our differences — at least for the hour.