Sunday's Worship Services

October 18, 2020


Reformation Sunday is always the last Sunday in October and celebrates Martin Luther nailing his famous “95 Theses” to the church door in Wittenberg. This year, we will celebrate the Reformation all month by revisiting some of the key biblical truths it recovered. We won’t be looking back, however. This series deals with timeless truths that make all the difference today.

  • It All Starts with God
  • You Are Accepted: Justification
  • You Are Free: Sanctification
  • You Have Hope: Glorification

Thanks for joining us!


Scroll down for a recorded video of the sermon, as well as the 8:30 traditional and the 9:30 contemporary services in full. The services are streamed LIVE Sunday morning. A link to our secure giving website is also in place for your convenience.

Scripture Reading and Sermon

SERMON NOTES

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TRADITIONAL WORSHIP SERVICE

LIVE AT 8:30 A.M.

SERMON NOTES

ANNOUNCEMENTS


Our senior pastor, David Mauldin, gives the day's message titled "You Are Free: Sanctification" based on Romans 6:1-11. It is the third message from our four-week series "Reformation Month." Special music is offered by Joanne Raulin, our principal organist, and this week under her direction, the PCPC Bell Choir shares several beautiful pieces. Congregational songs are led by our associate pastor, Brad Klostreich.



CONTEMPORARY WORSHIP SERVICE

LIVE AT 9:30 A.M.

SERMON NOTES

ANNOUNCEMENTS


Our senior pastor, David Mauldin, gives the day's message titled "You Are Free: Sanctification" based on Romans 6:1-11. It is the third message from our four-week series "Reformation Month." The service’s worship music is led by members of our praise band, Cornerstone.