Sunday, June 28, Summary
We wrapped up our Worship Series, "Bones", with Job 4:14. Rev. Kay Eck preached in Traditional Worship and Thrive Worship. Pastor DeDe delivered a message in Crosswalk. Our Children's Ministry had fun songs and activities around the story of Job.
After service, our Deaf Ministry had a wonderful online VBS experience that will continue through this Thursday at 3:00 pm each day on their Facebook page. (more info below)
At 5:00 pm, our Music Ministry put on a spectacular LIVE Concert of Conviction featuring many talented musicians. Watch the full concert below!
Shortly after, our Student Ministry had a fun drive through with popsicles, water balloons, and more craziness. Our amazing Student Ministry team is working hard to let our youth know that we're still thinking of them, miss them, and can't wait to be together again.
This coming Sunday, we begin a new sermon series, "Down by the Riverside". Read more below and get involved with the guided discussions that we'll be hosting on Social Justice and Civil Liberties.
8:00 am Traditional
HOA and Zim Fellowships
Live Concert of Conviction
Alyssa Barnes, Brooke Clark Gibson, Erin Roth Thomas, Ryan McDonald, Brandon Gibson, Jimmy Emery, and Sheryl perform a LIVE Concert of Conviction from the beautiful Shipp Chapel of Lovers Lane UMC. Inspiring vocal solos, duets, and ensembles were performed to communicate a powerful message expressing our highest aspirations for our nation and our heartfelt prayers for justice and peace.
Tell me the Story, Jesus! A Deaf Children's VBS
A Vacation Bible School for Deaf children ages 5-10 and their parents to watch via livestream. “Tell Me the Story, Jesus!” will be five 30 to 40-minute presentations of Jesus’ parables and the disciples’ interaction with Jesus. Each session will have children’s songs in American Sign Language, a six to seven minute video of a bible story, a craft activity and signing the Lord’s Prayer in ASL. Led by our Lovers Lane UMC Deaf Fellowship leaders, Naomi Rapp, Brenda Rodriguez, Mary Kay, and Rev. Tom Hudspeth. For a pdf. file of craft activities, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. The first day begins Sunday, June 28, 2020, at 3 pm Central Time. Sessions 2 to 5 will be 7 pm Central time on Monday-Thursday, June 29 to July 2, 2020. All sessions will be livestreamed from facebook.com/DeafMinistryofLoversLane
KIDS! Sunday School with Jenn
Join Mrs. Jenn for a fun game and more as we talk about the story of Job. To see more KIDS! videos, hit the button below.
NEW Sermon Series!
Our next Worship Series begins this Sunday and we're calling it "Down by the Riverside"
This Worship Series is based on the work of William Sloane Coffin, who was the pastor of Riverside Church in New York City. So, we are going “Down by the Riverside” to learn about his voice around how social justice intersects with scripture.
Rev. William Sloane Coffin has stood as a force for progressive religion in America and in the world. Becoming famous in the 1960s while leading a very public opposition to the Vietnam War as Chaplain at Yale University, he was indicted by the government in the Benjamin Spock conspiracy trial. He marched alongside Martin Luther King, Jr., was jailed as a Freedom Rider, and became one of the most forceful Christian voices in the Civil Rights movement. He was the first president of SANE/FREEZE: Campaign for Global Security and lobbied for nuclear disarmament. Later, he served as Senior Minister of the prestigious Riverside Church in New York City, where he inspired thousands and continued to be a powerful voice for conscience and change.
We'll be hosting online guided discussions on Social Justice, and Civil Liberties to go along with this series. You can sign up for the discussions here: