New Covenant Community Church

Sunday Bulletins

February 9, 2020

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02.09.20 Bulletin

Our service includes a Prayer of Confession, that we try to live up to, by seeing the needs of our neighbors regardless of race, sexual orientation, or economic status.

Prayer of Confession

We have retreated into the shadows of self-interest; we have preferred to remain in the dark alleys of indifference; and we have closed our eyes to the instances of injustice and inequality. Our sin has clouded our concern for the common good, and the world’s systems and structures have blinded us to the needs of our neighbors. Forgive us, Lord, and warm our hearts with Your grace and mercy. Illumine us with Your light, so that we may share Your love with all people and dispel the world’s darkness through the truth and transformation revealed in Jesus Christ, in whose name we pray.

From the Pastor’s Pen – March 2021

…during these 40 days of Lent, we may be wandering through a wilderness and encountering a different set of wild beasts. Invisible viruses are attempting to devour us; the herd of political animosity is growling around us…”

There Is Always Hope – 2/21/21

As we begin our journey through the Lenten season, you are invited to worship with us, and join the celebration of the Lord’s Supper (have some bread and juice available, so we can partake together).

Listen to Him – 2.14.21

On this Transfiguration Sunday (2/14/21), join us for worship. This week, our special musical guest is the University of Notre Dame Folk Choir.

Looking for Jesus – 2/7/21

Special music provided by the Domino Cantes Choir from Brussels, Belgium. In the spirit of ecumenism and interconnectedness, the Domino Cantes Choir is . . . a Polish choir . . . from a Dominican church in Belgium . . . directed by a woman (Kinga Rytel) who teaches at an international school with 60 different nationalities . . . singing a traditional Irish tune . . . to a congregation in the United States.

February Newsletter

Lent is not only that time in the church year in which we are summoned to examine ourselves and our everyday preoccupations in order to take stock of the direction of our lives, but it also that time where we are invited to follow Jesus along the journey that took Him to the cross.