September 6 Worship Resources – “When we can’t carry on.”

David Kling

September 5, 2020

Today is the final episode in our keep calm and carry on series. Ever feel like in spite of your best intentions, you just can’t carry on? Watch today to learn about how when you can’t carry on, God’s family carries you.

Tune in next week for a new series called, “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.” As part of this new series we are going to be offering neighborhood prayer groups that meet in a front lawn near you. Check out the map below to see the neighborhood shepherds we currently have available. These shepherds are hosting the prayer groups in their front lawns one day a week. Even when you’re not able to meet in person, it is nice to know there is someone near you who cares. Now, more than ever, it’s good to know that when we can’t carry on, God’s family carries us.

If you look at the map below and you’re not sure which group you might fit in or you see that your neighborhood is currently marked as TBD please contact our Associate Pastor, Dave Hunsicker at david.hunsicker@covhsv.org. We are finalizing these groups and he would be delighted to assist you.

Family & Small Group Discussion Questions

  1. Lightning Round: take turns reciting Psalm 4:8. Great work memorizing this over the month! If you haven’t done so why not try memorizing it next month?
  2. Share a time when a good friend supported you when you needed help.
  3. Read Luke 7:11-17.
  4. What in this story gives you hope to keep calm and carry on?
  5. Homework: Is there somebody in your life who you could help carry their burdens? Galatians 6 says this is how we fulfill the law of Christ. Read this chapter in its entirety and think about helping that person this week.
  6. Close in prayer for each other using these words: Dear God, Thank you for helping us to Keep Calm and Carry On this month. Help us to carry one another’s burdens in the months ahead. Amen.

Worship Relaunch Information

We offer a small worship service at 10AM. Based on a congregational survey, we anticipate most folks to continue worshipping online – so we will continue to provide excellent worship resources and videos each Sunday for those at home. Together we are united in our commitment to one another and our commitment to Christ, whether worshipping in-person or online!

No reservation or permission is required to attend worship in the sanctuary. However, all participants must wear a mask (we will have some available for you!) and we request that you take your temperature and use the restroom before leaving your home.

The elders request that you make a careful and informed decision about the best way for you to worship in June. For those who intend to attend worship in person, please read the following guidelines carefully when making your decision.

Key Links

For your convenience, here are all the links you need to participate in today’s service!

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