Sunday Mornings at 10:55 a.m. ET
Worship Series: “The Lord’s Prayer”
He said to them, “When you pray, say: Father, hallowed be your name. Your kingdom come. Give us each day our daily bread. And forgive us our sins, for we ourselves forgive everyone indebted to us. >And do not bring us to the time of trial. [Luke 11: 2-4]
In this series, we focus on the version of The Lord’s Prayer found in the Gospel of Luke. We learn that prayer is a central theme Luke’s Gospel. Jesus prays at or right before many of the largest moments of his ministry. And after seeing Him pray, in Luke 11: 2-4, the disciples have asked Jesus to teach them how to pray.
October 3, 2021
World Communion Sunday
October 10, 2021
Guest Preacher: Ambrose Wilson, IV
While our worship services are traditional in many ways, the atmosphere of the congregation is welcoming to all sorts of expressions of our faith. There is time to share community announcements and prayer concerns. Children Worship and Wonder allow the children of the congregation to participate and have their own worship experience. The choir is one of the finest that you will hear in a church this size.
Preaching is important to the Disciples. The sermons at Midway are biblical, relevant and often challenging. Above all, worship at Midway Christian is an experience where every person is welcomed to discover the love of God for them and their world made known through Jesus Christ. Watch, listen to, or read past sermons.
Each week, we celebrate the Lord’s Supper as part of our worship service. This practice of faith for Midway Christian Church serves as a reminder that we are called to welcome all just as God has welcomed us and consistently shapes the outreach and ministries of this congregation. The Lord’s Supper is not just something we do on Sunday mornings. It is who we are. We are people of the Table! We break bread with one another and we drink from the cup of the new covenant every time we gather as a congregation. Whether it is gathering around a table at our potluck dinners or serving from the table at our monthly Free Community dinners, the practice of the Lord’s Supper shapes us and reminds us of God’s welcome for all and to all of God’s children.