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Getting Ready for Sunday, January 7th 2018

By Brian Ferry in New City Presbyterian Church 10 months ago | 2749 views Link: https://goo.gl/kc9TmJ

This first Sunday of 2018 finds us in our sermon series on prayer called Rise Up and also beginning the season of Epiphany. 

Epiphany is about God’s revelation where we celebrate the coming of the Magi to honor Jesus, representing Jesus’ mission to bring his good news to all nations under heaven. In Epiphany, we remember Jesus’ earthly life and mission to bring God’s Kingdom among us and to reclaim the world and make it whole again. 

This week we’ll learn about Praying for the City from Genesis 18.16-33.

Each Sunday we celebrate the Lord’s Supper together. It points us to Christ’s death for us in the past, his present work feeding our souls, and our future hope in the kingdom of God.

Here are the songs you will be singing:

Come Behold the Wondrous Mystery, Grace AloneRise Up, Abide With Me, In Your Name, Rescue, God’s Highway

Click here for a playlist of all that are available on YouTube, click here for Spotifyor click on the individual links above. Take a listen and be familiar with the songs so you’ll be ready to sing come Sunday morning.

We meet each Sunday at 9a & 10:45a for worship at the church building at the corner of Floral and Washington, 4400 Floral Ave., 45212Please sit toward the front of the sanctuary and toward the center of the rows so that folks can grab seats as they make their way in. 

You can CLICK HERE for some general information about what to expect.

CLICK HERE to view our online sermon archive.

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New City is a fairly new church in Oakley (a neighborhood northeast of downtown Cincinnati). We’re excited to tell you the story of what God has done, is doing, and we hope will do with our church. New City is affiliated with the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA).

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