Bring a dish to share after worship. We will meet in the parlor and drinks will be provided.
"A Matter of Faith" is the subject of the sermon this week, as The Reverend Ravi Isaiah leads us in a study of Hebrews 11:29-12:2. Please join us! Then fellowship with us at the potluck luncheon afterwards.
Remember if you cannot attend in-person worship there are several ways to link to the Rock Lake Presbyterian Church online service:
The link to online worship and the bulletin is now listed on the home page of the church's website www.rlpc.org
From your computer or smartphone, simply click the following link during or after the broadcast: http://rebrand.ly/n2uc6x2
The link above is also posted on our Facebook page. You can reach the Facebook page with this link: https://www.facebook.com/Rock-Lake-Presbyterian-Church-195172942357/
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Masks are optional for all worshippers
but encouraged for those who are unvaccinated or
at higher risk of contracting COVID-19.
Files coming soon.
"The Nature of Freedom" Galatians 5:13-26 sermon 2022-07-03 (mp3)Download
"Thoughtful Living in Troubled Times" Matt. 6:19-21, 24-34 sermon 2022-07-10 (mp3)Download
"Some People Just Don't Get It" Luke 10:38-42 sermon 2022-07-17 (mp3)Download
"Jesus to Supper" Matthew 25: 31-45 service 2022-07-24 (mp3)Download
Heart and Hand Food Pantry has an urgent need for food. They are asking for our assistance.
Their needs list follows:
Fruit, Rice, Beans, Jelly, Ravioli, Spaghetti Noodles, Crackers, Soup, Jiffy Mix, Ramen Noodles, Chicken Noodle Soup, or any other canned or boxed food.
Please use these suggested scriptures, questions, and activities to help you explore your faith.
August 14– Tenth Sunday after Pentecost: Read Psalm 80: 1-2, 8-19
“Call your strength into action. Come and save us.” This Psalmist asks for deliverance from the ills they have brought upon themselves. What will you do to save yourself from bringing ills upon you?
August 21 – Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost: Read Hebrews 12:18-29
“But you have come to Mount Zion. You have come to the city of the living God.” In receiving this city of God, we need to offer acceptable worship with reverence and awe. Reflect upon what that looks like for you.
August 28– Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost: Read Psalm 112
“Praise the Lord.” This psalm praises the righteous, who are faithful to God’s law, generous, gracious, merciful, just, steadfast, and care for the poor. Reflect upon ways you are righteous, and how you give praise for the gifts you receive from God.