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Mosaic


Friends,

Each Saturday I am more and more encouraged by the sweet fellowship we experience during our Mosaic worship service. I see friendships being formed and friendships being strengthened. I hear conversations concerning scripture and prayer requests for present needs. I see a group of people who are beginning to share life together. This is a beautiful picture of who the church is supposed to be. Jesus prayed in John 17 that just as He and the Father are one, so too are we to be as one in Christ Jesus. We are all different, but with a common center, Jesus Christ. Let us be forever mindful that our lives are to reflect our relationship with Jesus and that we live our lives to draw others to our Savior. During this season of Lent may we never forget where we have journeyed from and to whom we belong. Join with us and I hope to see you on Saturday!

Grace and Peace,

Rev. Lee Fox


Mosaic Service

Lee Fox is the leader of the Mosaic service on Saturdays. Lee is a native of Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. He is a graduate of Carson-Newman University with a BA in Religion and History. Lee is also a graduate of Baylor University's George W. Truett Theological Seminary with a Master of Divinity in Theology. He has served churches in both Tennessee and Texas. Lee is excited about leading the Mosaic service and serving alongside the folks at First Baptist.

Lee and Robin Fox

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Worship Times

CHURCH SCHOOL 9:30 AM - 10:45 AM

SUNDAY SERVICE 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

MOSAIC Saturday,
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

this week in worship

 

SUNDAY

April 27, 2014

 

Sermon title:

Title: "So Send I You"

Text: John 20:21

 Rev. Deborah Cochran preaching


 
SCRIPTURES
Acts 2:14a, 22-32
Psalm 16
1 Peter 1:3-9
John 20:19-31

 
MUSIC

Prelude
"Choral" (Opus 37
Joseph Jongen
(1873-1953)
Introit
"Look, Ye Saints, The Sight Is Glorious"
Cwm Rhondda
Gradual
"Song of Triumph"
Dale Grotenhuis
(1931-2012) 
Offertory Anthem
"He Is Risen, Alleluia!"
Eugene Englert
Kelly Curtin, Soprano
The Chancel Choir
Postlude
Paraphrase on a chorus from Handel's "Judas Maccabaeus"
Alexandre Guilmant
(1837-1911)


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