On Sunday morning, the bells of the Tabernacle will announce the opening of our summer of worship, just as they have done for over a hundred years. As the Craigville community has done since 1887, we will raise our voices together in praise and song to seek grace, give thanks, and lift up our joys and sorrows to God.
This Sunday, June 28 at 9:45am, we will celebrate Homecoming Sunday. Rev. Dr. Herb Davis will preach a sermon titled “Touched by Jesus from Generation to Generation.” Rev. Davis has helped us open our worship season for many years. A longtime Senior Pastor at Eliot Church in Newton and a former Tabernacle Chaplain and CCMA Administer, he now resides in Pennsylvania. Ginny Henderson will return to accompany our service on the organ, and Kendra Henderson will provide special music. Jim and Valerie Lane will greet and usher, and Roger Hansen will proclaim the Word of God.
All people of faith and seekers of truth are welcome in the Tabernacle. Whether you have been joining us for many years or are new to our community, we hope that you find the Tabernacle to be a welcoming place where you can continue your journey of faith.
We have an exciting season of worship and faith planned. Consider taking this summer as an opportunity to step back, rest in God’s presence, and renew your heart, mind, and spirit.