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2021-10-17 Hybrid Worship

By October 15, 2021Intersections, Sermons

We are ready for you inside our historic, beautiful Red Brick Church or, join us on YouTube Live!

Get Your Worship Guide Here (click here) Scroll down for worship preview!

Due to the spike in cases of the Delta variant of COVID-19 in Cape May County, masks are again required, even for fully vaccinated worshippers.

Whatever your religious affiliation, or none at all, we will all hear Jesus say, “Come to me all who are overburdened, and find rest for your soul!” Everyone is welcomed at Cold Spring Church. Yes, everyone!

You have found a place to encounter God and people who care about you – just as you are, right where you are, anytime. Once you and your family are ready for worship at home, share the picture with us by posting to Facebook #ColdSpringChurch or Instagram #coldspringchurchnj. If you’re in the sanctuary, feel free to share photos or text friends about what you are learning! Subscribe to our weekly Connections email newsletter. Sign up here!

Energize your life and discover the amazing love of Jesus! This week is the perfect time to join us in person for worship. Enjoy live music and solo, lyric videos, and a message of hope from God’s word.

Enjoy sitting with others from greater Cape May as we worship together. We simplified our service and made it even easier to participate, with our Worship Guide and lyric videos displayed on a large monitor.

Get Your Worship Guide Here (click here)

Join Our New YouTube Live Stream! (click here)

No internet? No problem!

If you don’t have internet access, just use our call-in number from your phone: +1 (929) 205-6099. Enter Meeting ID: 882-3154-2428 Password: 1714.




Worship, Music, and Message theme:

Who’s the greatest of them all? The acronym G.O.A.T. is online shorthand when enthusiastically advancing the athlete, performer, or celebrity you think is the Greatest Of All Time in their category. Who doesn’t want to be great Aspiring to being great can be a positive driving force to improve our attributes, skills, and competencies. Entertainment, business, science, education and sports have all developed metrics to measure and evaluate the relative greatness of our own progress, between competing people, or competing ideas and methods. But there’s also a dark side to greatness. Seeking to be great can also be rooted in an unhealthy ego and lead to behaviors of superiority, or even abuse. You no doubt can think of numerous examples past and present of the constructive and destructive aspects of our pursuit of greatness. Do you think our culture is obsessed with greatness? Are you? What do you think is missing or present in a person’s life that makes them greatness obsessed? This week in our message from God’s word, the followers of Jesus aspire to the title, G.O.A.T. Find out how Jesus reframed their aspirations of greatness. (Jesus is the greatest, and wants us to be great in this one area of our lives, too. Find out this week!)

Be with us in person or join us on YouTube Live when our community of faith gathers for worship and gains spiritual insight and spiritual resources to be great in spirit, and spiritual intelligence.

Music Preview- Our video hymn this week The Servant King was Graham Kendrick’s most popular song and is still one of the top 10 songs in the CCL (Church Copyright License).the song illustrates Graham’s willingness to research a theme using concordances, commentaries and other biblical research tools. He found the theme very inspiring:

‘It was a challenge to explore the vision of Christ as the servant who would wash the disciples’ feet but who was also the Creator of the universe.’

We close the service with Make Me a Servant. Composer Kelly Willard says she “was at home, and the Holy Spirit spoke to my heart saying very gently, “You know, you could stand to have a little more of a servant heart.” I went straight to my piano and began playing and singing this prayer.”

“…That you may be filled to the measure of all the fullness of God” (Eph. 3:18).

Worship Your Way! In-Person, or Online. Masks are optional for vaccinated worshippers.

We are excited to welcome to worship all who are able and comfortable in-person in our historic Red Brick Church on Sundays at 10:30 AM. Your safety, health, and wellness are our top priority. Following the guidance from the CDC and health officials, we have implemented safety protocols and designed an approximately forty-minute worship experience that will be spiritually energizing and safe for you, your family, and other worshippers.


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