Jesus: Our Sabbath Rest

March 22, 2020

Bible Text: John 9:1-41 |


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Upcoming Events

Wednesday, 7:00 pm: Lenten service (live stream). Offering designated for John and Hannah Lee, AFLC Missionaries to Brazil.

Sunday, 10:30 am: Divine Worship (live stream).


Pastor Antal is continuing typical office hours (approximately 9-5, Tuesday-Friday). Call ahead if you wish to be certain to catch him.

You may check out a hymnal (or hymnals) from the church to use during this time. Simply sign your name on the sheet and the number of hymnals borrowed. If you do not have a key, you may come during pastor's office hours.

Offering can be mailed to the church. Pastor will be there to bring it in Tuesday-Friday. If you are giving for a Lenten service, please indicate that on the offering envelope, memo line, or a note so it can be directed to the ministry designated for that week.

Easter flowers are still being ordered. When they arrive, if we are not expecting to meet in person on Easter (super sad face), you can pick them up and bring them home.

Other announcements? Post them in the comment section.

18 thoughts on “Jesus: Our Sabbath Rest

  1. Thank you we look forward to your massage and enjoy them. May good bless you and keep you healthy.. Ray & Anita

  2. Thank you Pastor Dan for keeping our church family herded together during these estranged times.

  3. Dan: God’s blessings on the message from Jn 9 and to you as well. Never would I have envisioned listening to a sermon on my cellphone (or a handheld phone for that matter), while sipping green tea.
    Colleen had the same on her laptop, though about a second ahead of my phone.
    The idea of REST brought out is giving me thoughts on that with an enforced rest of sorts for many, etc.

  4. I Love this connection that we need especially now and the sound of the little voices sweetly in the background and I can just hear Alicia singing with you. Nice.

  5. I’m here, but I’m late. When I bookmarked the TFLC site the same sermon came up as Wed. so I listened to it again. Then I talked to Karen and found the Sunday edition. God Bless everyone from Trinity and keep you safe.

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