Sunday, February 12, 2006

What's a Little Snow?

Snow shoverlers are clearing the walk. Lights and heat are on. We'll be ready for worshippers at 11:00 and anyone coming in at 9:00 for Bible school and fellowship.

If you can't make it in, listen to the worship service live at 11:00 on the webcast. Go to the church website to get there and keep up with notices about tonight.

6 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nothing like a bassoon concerto to relax to after shoveling a foot of snow. :P

My many thanks to Tom and Joyce, Alex, Geoff and Sharon, Dave and little Nathanial. What's a little snow!

Jonathan

11:02 AM  
Anonymous JohnV said...

The webcast has reached the maximum number of listeners. We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause. The evening service is also currently scheduled to be webcast this evening, conditions permitting. Start time will be 6:15 pm

John Voorhis
IT Committee

12:03 PM  
Blogger s duggan said...

As per Marions sermon we thank all those who made the opening of the church and the broadcast on the web possible. It was a joy and a blessing to worship on the web. We were going to try and make it in but the alley was snowed in and the car doors frozen shut. It was good to have options and feel the connection to the body. May god bless all who trudged to get there with hot cocoa and other blessings.

12:28 PM  
Blogger cskempf said...

Well, we suspended our no computer on the sabbath rule. Worshipping via webcast, watching the snow out the window while we heard God's word read, hearing the familiar Tenth church voices we love, appreciating piano, bassoon & violin, hearing even the familiar city sounds during worship. Our whole family thanks God for bringing the power back on, and for the chance to worship with the Tenth body in spite of being homebound!!

2:02 PM  
Anonymous JohnV said...

The archive of today's 11am service is now available (would have been earlier, but a)our power was out and b) a tree is threatening to fall on our house from the snow).

You can find the Full Service on the webcast page (scroll down) and you can listen to the sermon only, here.

9:01 PM  
Anonymous JohnV said...

Oh, and I should mention that Tobias, the others, and I on the IT/webcasting team all always encouaged to hear from people who are blessed by the webcasts. Thanks so much for your comments!

9:05 PM  

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