Sunday Worship

Tomorrow Will Worry About Itself

The Ash Wednesday service is approaching on March 9. Next Sunday, March 6, will be the day to bring canned food donations for the Salvation Army soup kitchen.

Sermon: More Than Enough (Marion Brown)


MP3: sermon-m.brown-Feb27-2011

Matthew 6:24-34 (NET)

6:31 So then, don’t worry saying, ‘What will we eat?’ or ‘What will we drink?’ or ‘What will we wear?’ 6:32 For the unconverted 43 pursue these things, and your heavenly Father knows that you need them. 6:33 But above all pursue his kingdom 44 and righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well. 6:34 So then, do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Today has enough trouble of its own.


Added Ruth Craig (health problems)
Added Ryhan Beverly (infant with heart disease)
Added Pastor Al Warner

The first two photos came from the morning worship service. The last two were taken Sunday night when we met to see the photos that Maggie took on her trip through France. Maggie traveled through several cities to see the Catholic cathedrals.

Sunday Worship


Sermon: A Daily Post (Marion Brown)Matthew 5:38-48


Added Barbara Long
Added Diana Probst (cancer)
Added Alene Smith (depression)
Added Joe and Judy Crisp
Added Nick Woodruff

Sunday Worship

A Valentine for the Samaritan Woman

I’m going to try a new feature on the weekly post. Rev. Marion’s Valentine sermon was so good that I wanted to pull out some quotes. Two of them are humorous. I’m hoping it comes across. If you want more, please email me!

Sermon: Love (Marion Brown)John 4:5-26

Quotable Marion

“Jacob kissed Rachel and wept aloud. That’s good stuff. That’s romantic. If a man kisses you and starts to cry that’s a good thing.” –referring to Genesis 29:11

“If you really are looking for the love of your life I’m not telling you to go find a well and sit there for a few days. It may or may not work. I do not know. If you do try it let me know. I think that would be a really good story.”

“So it’s your story now, Jesus is traveling. Jesus is tired. Jesus sits down by a well and you approach and hopefully what follows is the longest conversation that you have ever had with Jesus Christ. Amen.”


There were no new additions to the prayer list this week. New prayer concerns can be sent to feedback at christianheightsumc dot org or leave a comment below.

After worship we had our Valentine potluck. Several good photos came out of it.

Sunday Worship

Salt, Light, and Darkness

Sermon: In the Dark (Marion Brown)Matthew 5: 13-20


Added Family of Julie Moore
Added Richard Douthitt (critical, pneumonia)
Added Sophia (respiratory problems)
Added Ja’Darias (Shatika’s new born boy)

Rev. Marion ends worship with a closing statement.