Worship

July 5 Worship Resources: “Independence Day Worship”

July 2, 2020

This week Pastor David Kling comes to us from the Veterans Memorial for Huntsville and Madison County. As we celebrate our nation’s birthday this weekend, we also bring our nation to the Lord in prayer. We have been through so much as a country this year and today is a perfect day to place our nation in the hands of God. This service is full of wonderful music, a special surprise from Ms. Alison for our children and an opportunity to share communion with your family using the closest thing you have to bread and juice.

Next week – mark your calendars for Ben Mathes’ special sermon marking his official retirement as one of our mission partners in his important work with the organization he founded, Mission Hope

Order of Worship: July 5, 2020

Family & Small Group Discussion Questions

  1. Is there a moment where our country felt like Holy Ground to you?
  2. Read Revelation 21 together, taking turns
  3. At the end of this sermon series on Holy Ground – what references to Holy Ground do you notice in this scripture passage? What looks similar to other bible stories, and what is different?
  4. What do you think it means that Heaven comes down to Earth in Revelation 21?
  5. What do you think our country will bring into the New Jerusalem in the final independence day parade on judgement day?
  6. Take 30 seconds. Ask the Holy Spirit to show you a prayer request for our country. Share this with the group. Close by taking turns offering your prayers to God for our country.

Worship Relaunch Information

On June 7th, Covenant plans to transition back into its sanctuary at 301 Drake Ave SE, Huntsville AL. We will 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 on June 7th. 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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