Liberty Baptist Church
Sunday, May 11
Liberty Baptist Church will have Sunday school in the Fellowship Hall at 10 a.m. with the lesson, “Jesus” Mission On Earth,” taken from Isaiah 61: 1-3, and Luke 4:14-21; Devotional Reading: John 10:1-10 and Background Scripture: Isaiah 61; Luke 4:14-21.
Church Service will be at 11 a.m. in the Sanctuary with Pastor, Robert (Bob) Leitgabel giving the sermon. This week’s message will continue the series on the Disciplines of being a Disciple of Jesus. This week we will be exploring “Generosity and Giving,” from Proverbs 3:9. Next week we will explore “Prayer,” from Ephesians 6:18-20. We welcome all to come join us for a time of praise, worship and fellowship. May God bless all.
Reminder that Sunday is Mother’s Day, so there will be no Bible Study in order for members to spend time with family.
There is a concert with Allana Story May 17 at First Baptist Church, with Allana Story at 6:37 p.m.
Greensburg Wesleyan Church
If you’re timid about visiting a new church, feel you don’t have the “right” clothes to wear, or just don’t want to go to a “stuffy” Sunday morning service, the Greensburg Wesleyan church at 714 W. Main St., Greensburg has just the service for you.
Their non-traditional services on Sunday mornings is a laid-back style of worship featuring a live band performing upbeat, contemporary Christian music. The message is simulcast live from the church to the Family Life Center.
Rev. Doug Preston said the non-traditional service has been designed specifically for those who don’t feel they fit in with traditional church services. It is truly a “come as you are” service where anyone can feel comfortable.
“After we started our Celebrate Recovery program Friday nights, we were hearing from people who were uncomfortable in a traditional church service. This service is a result of those requests,” said Rev. Preston.