SUNDAY Worship gathering

Sing to him, sing praises to him; tell of his wonderful; acts. Glory in his holy name (Psalm 105: 2, 3).


At Northwest Covenant Church we believe worship means to "glory in God's holy name," to exalt him as Lord. Or, as it is translated in The Message, worship means to "honor God's holy name with hallelujahs."

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This Fall, we will spend ten Sundays looking at the Bible’s teaching on holiness. We will consider this topic from two perspectives: The holiness of God himself, and the holiness to which God calls each of us.

As Christ-followers, we believe there is a God who is perfect in his own holiness, and that he calls us to Christ, saves us through Christ, and then invites us to live holy lives. God is holy and, as his people, we are to be holy. Or, as the writer of Leviticus puts it: “I am the Lord your God; consecrate yourselves and be holy, because I am holy” (Leviticus 11: 44).

Although the notion of personal holiness can be intimidating, it simply means that as God’s people we are called to imitate God’s character as we go about our daily lives—easier said than done.

September 9            The God Who is Holy            Isaiah 6: 1-6

September 16          Smoke on the Mountain       Exodus 19: 1-25

September 23          A Righteous People               Deuteronomy 4: 1-9

September 30          Throw Away Gods                 Joshua 24

October 7                 Holiness Personified             John 14

October 14              ‘Saints,’ Really?                      Ephesians 5

October 21               Dying to be Holy                    Colossians 2

October 28               Keeping in Step                      John 14, 16

November 4             Making Every Effort                2 Peter 1: 1-8

November 11           Abiding in Christ                     John 15: 1-16

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