Fair are the meadows, fair are the woodlands, robed in the flowers of blooming spring; Jesus is fairer, Jesus is purer; He makes our sorrowing spirit sing. "Beautiful Savior" author unknown
This Lenten sermon series is meant to reflect on all the ways the people in Jesus’ time wanted the Messiah to be very different than who Jesus was. And still today, we oftentimes desire that the central figure of our faith isn’t like Jesus. We want a conquering hero arriving with his armies of angels. But instead we find a willing suffering servant. This is what Paul called the foolishness of the cross. But the Bible makes it clear that the Jesus we get is far greater than we could have ever designed. He meets all our greatest needs, from forgiveness, to eternal life, to peace in the midst of trials. Our worship follows these themes:
One who withstands temptation (March 1)
One who seeks us when we’re lost (March 8)
One who meets our needs (March 15)
One who suffers for us (March 22)
One who defeats death (March 29)
One who rules us in righteousness (April 5)
At 720 Old Trolley Road in Summerville Sunday worship is at 10:30 am with Bible study for the whole family at 9:15 am.
At 134 Foxbank Plantation Boulevard in Moncks Corner Sunday worship is at 10:30 am with Bible study for the whole family at 9:15 am.