Asking the important questions with Jesus in the Gospel of Luke
February 17 – Luke 9: 51-62, Ash Wednesday – Jesus Returns to Jerusalem
February 21 – Luke 10: 25-42, Good Samaritan. Who is my neighbor?
February 28 – Luke 13:1-9, 31-35, Lament over Jerusalem. For Whom Should We Weep?
March 7 – Luke 15:1-32, Lost coin, Sheep, Son. Who is Lost?
March 14 – Luke 16:19-31, The Rich Man and Lazarus. Who can you tell?
March 21 – Luke 18:31-19:10, Zaccheus. Who will you invite?
March 28 – Luke 19:29-44, Triumphal Entry. Who will Shout?
April 1 – Luke 22:1-27, Maundy Thursday, The Last Supper. With whom shall we break bread?
April 2 – Luke 23:32-47, Good Friday, The death of Jesus. Who held the hammer?
April 4 – Luke 24:1-12, Easter Sunday, Resurrection
Due to increased threat to exposure that takes place during indoors worship services, Two Rivers Church has postponed gathering in the sanctuary for worship since March 2020. We continue to monitor the situation and offer many online places of connection.
At 2:00 p.m. on the first Sunday of each month we gather for Parking Lot Communion. The elements are distributed as you pull into the parking lot. The liturgy is broadcast over an FM radio station – 94.1. The service includes music, a short devotional, and the Communion liturgy.
We anticipate moving to an outdoor worship experience in the church parking lot where people can sit in chairs, on blankets, and we will utilize a speaker system instead of the FM radio. This will happen when the weather turns warmer.
We hope to be worshiping together in the sanctuary sometime in 2021, but cannot venture to guess a date.
Every Sunday at 9:30
We worship together every Sunday morning from 9:30-10:30. Immediately after worship, there is a time to share cookies and coffee in the cafe section of the sanctuary. There is a traditional feel to our worship, with an informal and welcoming atmosphere. That’s why we call it “Casual Traditional.”
There is nursery care provided every Sunday from 9:15-11:45 for kids that have not yet entered Kindergarten. Older kids remain in worship. There is a special cry room for babies and caregiver. There are activity bags available for kids as well.
The dress is varied. There might be a few people wearing ties, but there will also be some guys wearing t-shirts. Same thing with the ladies, for every dress and pumps, there is also a woman in jeans and a blouse.
Pastor Robb is an energetic preacher, who seldom remains behind the pulpit. Each week he also shares a short children’s moment. If your children feel comfortable, they are welcome to come forward. If you prefer, parents can accompany their little ones up to the front.
The choir is lively, and shares rousing anthems, melodic spirituals, and introspective responses. Our African choir has musical offerings about once a month, many of the songs they share have direct English translations in addition to the native language in which they are singing. It is a truly beautiful experience to hear some of the old favorite hymns sung in two different languages at once. Who knows, you may even learn a little Swahili.
There are two different kids choirs, which practice after worship during the Sunday school hour. Learn more about our music ministries here.
Our newly remodeled sanctuary includes a “Cafe Seating” section. These round tables, with coffee, water, and cookies nearby, offer a new way of experiencing worship. There are kids bulletins available. There is also a room adjacent to the sanctuary for parents with little ones that want a little more privacy. The room is furnished with a glider, a few activities for little ones, softer lighting, and a big window out to the worship space.