WORSHIP AT REVEILLE
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May 24 is known in Methodist history as Aldersgate Day, the day when our founder John Wesley had an encounter with God that changed his life and changed history. Yet, he did not have this experience when everything in his life was perfect. He had it when everything in his life, personally and professionally, was falling apart. Our sermon for this Ascension Sunday will discuss what it means for us to worship a God who meets us in our brokenness and sustains us as we sojourn together with one another and with God.
PENTECOST | SUNDAY, MAY 31
“It is so easy now for us to feel alone, isolated, disconnected, even lost. As a church, we have not been together in corporate worship for more than two months, and we are feeling it. And yet, in the midst of all of our isolation comes Pentecost, the most bright, vibrant, loud, kinetic, bombastic day of the Christian year, a day that reminds us of how God brings us together, a day that reminds us that we are never alone. Join us online for worship, either on our YouTube channel or at 8:30 a.m. Sunday, May 31 on our Facebook page, and don’t forget to invite a friend.
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PREVIOUS WORSHIP SERVICES
Watch and listen to services from previous weeks at Reveille.
Ascension Sunday | “Transitions: Protect Them in Your Name”
Sixth Sunday of Easter | “Transitions: The End and the Beginning”
Fifth Sunday of Easter | “Transitions: Redefining Motherhood”
Fourth Sunday of Easter | “The Thief and Abundant Life”
Third Sunday of Easter | “Real Presence”
Second Sunday of Easter | “A New Perspective”
Join us as we raise our voices in shouts of “Christ is risen! Christ is risen indeed! Alleluia!”
This service combines Holy Week art and readings with beautiful sacred music.
Meditation with Associate Pastor Stephen Coleman and music offered by CrossPoint and Tom Bailey.
Palm Sunday | “Surprised by Joy: The Cruelest Month”
Fifth Sunday in Lent | “Surprised by Joy: The Waiting”
Fourth Sunday in Lent | “Surprised by Joy: The Next Right Thing”
Third Sunday in Lent | “Surprised by Joy: The Woman at the Well”