New Episodes Every Sunday at 10:30 AM
Since the COVID-19 Pandemic struck the world in March, We’ve taken our Sunday worship online as “Tink Desk Sermon”. Every Sunday at 10:30 AM, you can look forward to about 30 minutes of worship including; church announcements, scripture readings, a time for children, and music with lyrics on-screen so you can sing along at home.
If you or a loved one don’t have social media or the internet, the audio-only version of our sermons can be accessed over the phone by calling (734) 203-7051. Sermons can be accessed any time and new episodes are available every Sunday by 10:30 AM.
THEN & NOW: LIVING OUT ACT
Our Most Recent Tiny Desk Sermon
Good morning Church,
Welcome to worship this second Sunday of Easter, as Easter is not just a day, or a holiday, but it is a season. Today also marks the beginning of our brand new sermon series called “Then & Now : Living Out Acts”. To keep up with this sermon series and to catch up on all the past sermon series, vist https://www.gowestsidechurch.org
Our song today was “Lord, I Lift Your Name on High” TFWS #2088
Our Gospel reading today came from Acts 4:32-35
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Lord, I Lift Your Name on High (TFWS 2088)
Lord, I lift your name on high
Lord, I love to sing your praises
I’m so glad you’re in my life
I’m so glad you came to save us
You came from Heaven to earth
To show the way
From the earth to the cross,
My debt to pay
From the cross to the grave,
From the grave to the sky,
Lord, I lift your name on high.
32 The community of believers was one in heart and mind. None of them would say, “This is mine!” about any of their possessions, but held everything in common.
33 The apostles continued to bear powerful witness to the resurrection of the Lord Jesus, and an abundance of grace was at work among them all.
34 There were no needy persons among them. Those who owned properties or houses would sell them, bring the proceeds from the sales,
35 and place them in the care and under the authority of the apostles. Then it was distributed to anyone who was in need.
LENT, WHERE YOUR HEART IS
About the Sermon Series
In the gospel of Matthew, Jesus reminds his followers of the eternal truth that “where your heart is, there your treasure is also.” This Lent, we journey toward the cross by examining our own lives by asking the question: Where is my heart? Thereby we also insinuate, where is my treasure? Where am I pouring myself into this life? Where am I holding back? What can we learn about ourselves? How can we strive to do better and to keep our minds and lives dedicated to becoming more Christ-like? Join us in worship live, on-demand, via podcast, or phone as we discern “Where Your Heart Is” during our Tiny Desk Sermons.