Come by for a hot dog and the chance to show our church neighbors that we love them. Organizers may ask you to hand out flyers to make sure our neighbors feel welcomed. The flyers and street sign-up will be available before and after worship this Sunday.
Our next neighborhood hot dog dinner is Wednesday (7/31) from 5-7PM. Please come by to connect with people in our neighborhood as we discern how God is calling us to minister on this corner.
Donations from the Reformed Church of Syracuse and other area partner churches have been collected and received by those who need them. Here is an update from Deacon Chuck Kinne:
I have an exciting update to our Joy of Sox mission campaign. Donated items are being used to support In My Fathers Kitchen (IMFK) and their mission of supporting the homeless community in Syracuse. With the extremely generous support of so many individuals and various groups, we have made a huge impact. We have been blessed to take over 400 pairs of socks as well as winter hats and gloves to IMFK. These items will now be available to help the homeless, many of whom are outside during our long hard winters. On behalf of the Deacons here at the Reformed Church, I thank each and everyone of you for your generous support. Blessings to you in this Christmas season.
Over the summer, we are studying the book of Proverbs to see how God's wisdom applies to important areas of our lives. Here are the remaining sermon topics for August.
August 12 Advice Proverbs 1:22-31
August 19 Planning Proverbs 3:21-26
August 26 Portrait of Wisdom Proverbs 31:10-31
Join us as we follow Jesus through the humility of the cross, by exploring humility in our own lives. We will discover that the humility of Jesus Christ, exemplified by the cross, is also the glory of Christ. As we become humble with Him, we also share in His glory.
Sunday, March 4 2 Corinthians 8:7-15
Sunday, March 11 2 Corinthians 10:12-18
Sunday, March 18 2 Corinthians 12:1-10
Pastor Ryan Cogswell's first 2018 Sermon Series is entitled The Best New Year's Resolution: Yielding to Jesus Christ. Here are the upcoming dates and Scriptures that will be examined:
Sunday, January 28 I Corinthians 8: 1-13
Sunday, February 4 I Corinthians 12: 12-26
Sunday, February 11 2 Corinthians 3: 12-4:2, Luke 9:28-36 (Transfiguration)
The Advent season is traditionally a time of watching and waiting for our Savior to come. As we watch and wait, we are preparing to meet Him. God became flesh so that we could see Him face to face and have a relationship with Him, so that we could commune with Him. This Advent, we will explore how the Sermon on the Mount teaches us to prepare for communion with Christ, then conclude our Advent preparation by taking communion together on Christmas Eve morning.
December Sermon Series
December 10 Seek the Lord Isaiah 40:1-11, Matthew 7:7-12
December 17 Look Out for Falsehood Isaiah 61:1-11, Matthew 7:13-20
December 24 Find a Place to Build a House for God 2 Samuel 7:1-11,
Pastor Ryan Cogswell's November Sermon Series focuses on stewardship, which is more than giving money to the church. He will teach on ways we can glorify God by using our time, talents and resources to show His light to others in our world, in hopes that they will be drawn closer to Him.
Here's what's planned for the next three weeks in November:
November 12 Matthew 6:5-15 Stewardship: Remembering That God is Glorious
November 19 Matthew 6: 19-24 Stewardship: God, Gold, and Glory ("Stewardship Sunday")
November 26 Matthew 6: 25-35 Stewardship: Trusting God With Our Lives
Sunday worship services begin at 10:00 a.m., followed by a time of fellowship and Sunday School classes.
Pastor Ryan Cogswell is taking us back to the beginning of The Book, in his Summer Sermon Series "Creation, Fall, and Redemption: The Story of God. Here is a list of upcoming topics he will cover each Sunday, July 16 through September 3rd:
You can view previous sermons in the series on our Faith Journey Resources page.