12.24.17 Sunday Liturgy Recap

December 27, 2017  |  jdmercado


Welcome to our Sunday Recap. If you missed our service this Sunday or are just looking for another expression of our corporate worship, scroll through this post and click the links for each element. Participate freely and worship a worthy God.


It was indeed a holy night when Christ was born. The appointed time that God had ordained to come into the world when hope had seemed all but lost. That glorious day when Christ was born should be a day that we revere in our hearts and our minds, and the refrain of “O Holy Night” offers us an appropriate response in light of these truths – “fall on your knees”. God is majestic and wondrous, and in this season of His advent, we should aspire to profess this knowledge with our lives.

O Come, Emmanuel
What Child is This?
He Has Come to Save Us

Greeting Time and Announcements:

Each week we pray for another local church in town because we believe we are not the gospel answer to Flagstaff but that God is using all his Christian churches to redeem the city. This week we prayed for Harvest Bible Chapel as they appoint a new senior pastor in their church. As times of transition can be difficult, our prayer is that God would be with them and everyone involved.


Vince Garvey | Son of Mary | December 24, 2017

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Each week we respond to the truth of God’s word in four ways.


On the night that Jesus was arrested He broke bread and drank wine with His disciples symbolizing His body that was broken and the blood that was poured out on the cross. Take some time to remember that Jesus died for the sins of those who would trust in Him.

Love Came Down
Spirit Break Out
O Holy Night


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Also, during this season of Advent, we will be taking an offering each week during our time of response. This offering is meant to bless and serve communities that our church is partnered with throughout the year.


May we, having been blessed by God and called His people, go and be a blessing to the city of Flagstaff, living as first fruits of the Kingdom of God for His glory. Amen.

If you’ve heard the story of Jesus birth many times, has it lost its significance and how can that be recaptured?
If you’re hearing the story for the first time, how can you respond?