Thanks to every one that made our “Sunday after 911 Sermon So Special”


Pastor Richard’s opening words.

“Today this service so fitly named “Sunday after Nine Eleven” is not to reopen wounds and hurts thus magnifying the terrors and intentions of evil people. The image we examine today is not a falling tower but the rising people. These people were united in faith and love and resolved to rise above the works of evil.
We want to revisit their prayers, be immersed in their love and maintain their resolve to be free.
Christ said, “Greater hath no man love than this that he would lay down his life for his friends.”
The heroes did not run from the smoke and ash but into to save people’s lives. Such courage must never be overlooked but passed forward to the next generation.
The Sunday after 911 was said to be the greatest prayer days in America and around the world since the invasion at Pearl Harbor.
We need to remember our oaths to God and to thank Him for the miracle of today and again pass them forward.
How do we obtain such courage, love and resolve?”




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