The Maintenance of Divine Worship

The Maintenance of Divine Worship

September 29, 2013 | Rev. Matt Pooley

Passage: John 4:19-26

Jesus talks with a Samaritan woman about many things, including what true worship looks like. He shows her what it means to worship "in spirit and truth." And he does so in such a way that her whole life is transformed, and she shares her story of transformation with her whole village. We, too, are called to worship in a way that allows God to transform us.

Series Information

In 1910 the Presbyterian Church adopted six purposes called "The Great Ends [Purposes] of the Church." For six weeks we will look at these purposes, which continue to spell out what we should be doing as a church:

- the proclamation of the gospel for the salvation of humankind;

- the shelter, nurture, and spiritual fellowship of the children of God;

- the maintenance of divine worship;

- the preservation of the truth;

- the promotion of social righteousness;

- the exhibition of the Kingdom of Heaven to the world.

- Book of Order F-1.0304

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