For those who are unable to attend Sunday morning:
I recognize that in the day in which we live, we all have very busy lifestyles. People work differing hours of the day and different days of the week. There are those who, for whatever reason, are unable to make it to a Sunday morning worship service. For that person, we have Sunday evening services that allow you to be strengthened by the word and the Spirit, receive prayer for your needs and fellowship in the assembly of the believers.
To commit your way unto the Lord and even better know Him:
I remember reading that during the rise of the industrial revolution, Sunday evening service was to keep people in the Spirit on theLord’s day. This allowed people theopportunity to commit their lives to God, and avoid the temptation to be pulledaway from a vibrant relationship with Jesus Christ. Actually, Sunday evening has always been myfavorite service. One reason why I haveenjoyed Sunday evening so much is, because the cares of the day have passed andthe people attending the service have their minds devoted to the Lord. This allows for the Spirit of the Lord tooperate in a great way in the hearts and lives of the people. Why attend a Sunday evening after attending a Sunday morning? It is to worship God andexperience more of His goodness. Whatelse could be better than that?
How Is The Sunday Evening Service Different from the Sunday Morning Service?
There always seems to be an assumption that Sundayevening must be something different than Sunday morning. If Sunday morning is a blessing sent fromHeaven, why does Sunday evening need to be different? We have the worship of the Lord, prayer forall needs, and the preaching of God’s word. That may not be different than a Sunday morning service in the way ofstructure, but we love fellowship with God on Sunday evening just as well as on Sunday morning. There will be adifferent songs and a different message, but other than that, the only difference is a greater anticipation of an old-fashioned move of the HolySpirit of God.
Make Sunday Evening a Time of Worshipping God:
John said, “I was in the Spirit on the Lord’s day.” The Psalmist said, “I shall bless the Lord atall times, His praise shall continually be in my mouth.” Have a desire to be in the Spirit on theLord’s day and to continually praise the Lord. We look forward to worshipping with you on Sunday evenings.