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Our grim circumstances, poor health and underfunded retirement funds can not distract us from the music of heavenly worship. That music declares the trans-formative historical victory fun on the cross of Calvary, by Jesus Christ our Saviour.
As we close out the season of Advent and approach the day we celebrate Christmas we have one more carol O Holy Night. While I’m pretty sure you’ve heard this carol before, you may not know the impact this carol has had on the world. Today let’s unpack the amazing real life story behind it’s creation, it’s impact on the world, and most importantly the amazing real life biblical event that it retells. Maybe just maybe we’ll see again or for the first time how amazing Christmas really is!
Music Sunday is a special time at Reisterstown UM Church. Check out these clips of our choirs and muscians
Christmas carols are in the air! It's that most wonderful time when Christmas songs are playing in malls, stores, homes, workplaces, and churches. Unfortunately, many "Christmas" songs exclude the message and meaning of the season, namely, Christ. Let's prepare to meet Christ again as we focus on another Christmas carol that has been sung for centuries - Angels We Have Heard on High. Let's also allow the scriptures to guide us to a better understanding of angels - their ministry, mission, and message yesterday and today.
The birth of our Savior is reason for all of the Faithful to sing. His death and resurrection are reasons to sing. We don’t know everything about heaven, but we know there will be endless reasons to sing! Today as we focus on the beautiful Christmas Carol, “O Come, All Ye Faithful,” we hear an invitation to begin the songs of celebration right here, right now. Jesus was born into a specific place and time, and His birth makes life in this place and in this time, (no matter how difficult our circumstances might be,) a place for song and celebration. Our prayer for you is that you might know Jesus by faith, know His triumph over every misery and know the joy of life with Him! God bless your worship today!
Music is a powerful tool used to communicate impactful messages. This is never more true than the hearing, singing, and enjoying Christmas music. Tis' the season to hear that familiar tune blaring on the radio, at the malls, in the grocery stores, and probably in our homes. Today we begin a new Advent message series focused on the Carols that will lead us right through the entire Christmas season. Do we know the message of the Christmas carols we sing? Let's find out today!
FUEL HSM continues in its series on Relationships and looks at the healthy and unhealthy examples that are evident in our culture and media - music, movies and TV. Long one with some video clips included
Listen to the full service, including music and message, from the Contemporary Worship Service at 9:45 a.m. on Sunday, November 9, 2015. Dr. Mary John Dye delivers the message, "giving credit where credit is due".
Silence, Mountains, and Music: My Pathways To God