Worship: Faith as a Way of Life in Richmond

Tabernacle Baptist Church

1925 Grove Ave


November 8
Worship: Faith as a Way of Life in Richmond

Tabernacle Baptist Church 1925 Grove Avenue Richmond, VA 23220 Sunday, November 8, 2020, 11am – 12pm We strive to be a congregation rooted in the participatory worship of God, where personal relationships are nurtured and all persons are encouraged to creatively and meaningfully express their unique gifts and stories in the worship experience. Worship each week at Tabernacle centers upon the scripture passages that are a part of the lectionary cycle in which many of the Christian congregations across the world participate. The scripture passages in the lectionary cycle include a passage from the Old Testament, the Psalms, the Gospels and the Epistles. Often all of these passages are thematically similar and are inter-related. The readings, hymns, anthems and other musical selections are chosen to enhance the themes of the scripture passages. Worship is a time when members of the congregation seek to work together to acknowledge and connect with the presence of God in their lives and in the world around them. Congregation members of all ages offer their gifts and talents as a part of the worship service; participating as readers, singers, instrumentalists, artists, and speakers. Worship is the most important thing we do. Participation by members of the congregation is essential for the vitality of our worship. You are encouraged to volunteer to participate by reading scripture, serving as a greeter, offering prayers, playing an instrument, or singing. Advent, Christmas and Epiphany are especially creative times in the worship life of the Tabernacle congregation.  Our worship is enlivened by special music and decorations that are unique to the season.  Advent and Christmas worship is filled with the traditional music and decorations of the the season with a creative Tabernacle twist.  Worship in Epiphany is filled with creative decorations, music and readings intended to enrich our relationship with the person of Jesus. Please contact the pastoral staff if you are interested in volunteering. Contact: Judy Fiske Summary: We meet for Worship at 11:00 a.m. in the Church Sanctuary. First Sunday of Advent - Habakkuk 1:1-7; 2:1-4; 3:[3b-6], 17-19, The prophet, grieved by injustice/suffering,watches for God’s reply. Faith is a way of life, not an answer. Age Range: All Ages More info: new.livestream.com…


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