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We would be delighted for you to come worship God with us. We meet at the Lion’s Hall (935 Sydenham Road) in Kingston.
Sunday Bible class – 10 a.m.
Sunday worship – 11 a.m.
Wednesday class – 7 p.m.
Category Archives: Worship
by William J. Stewart Leviticus 10 tells of Nadab and Abihu, two of the sons of Aaron. Notice the first few verses: Then Nadab and Abihu, the sons of Aaron, each took his censer and put fire in it, put … Continue reading
by William J. Stewart “The Church of Christ places far too much emphasis on the Lord’s Supper.” That is Melton’s opening statement on this topic. I disagree with his statement, but I congratulate him on finding the most over-the-top quote he … Continue reading
by William J. Stewart The author quotes from a Dub McClish publication which cites Ephesians 5:19 and Colossians 3:16, and then calls upon the reader to notice that worship in song is an activity “which all assembled worshippers are to … Continue reading
by William J. Stewart Approaching Jerusalem in the final days of His life, Jesus stopped at Bethany. There, He was in the home of a man recorded as Simon the leper (Matthew 26:6; Mark 14:3). While at Simon’s house, a … Continue reading
by William J. Stewart Music has been labeled the international language. Rhythm and rhyme are so tangled within the fabric of humanity that George Jellinek, host of the syndicated radio series The Vocal Scene, has commented, “The history of a people … Continue reading
by William J. Stewart Perhaps you’ve heard about it. Maybe you’ve seen it. Possibly you have even experienced it. Cunningly orchestrated music is used to stir the emotions of the crowd; an emotionally charged evangelist spurs them on with repetitive chants; … Continue reading
by William J. Stewart How shall we decided what should and what should not be a part of our worship? A quick look at the religious world reveals a number of distinct worship practices and customs. Some hold that the … Continue reading
by William J. Stewart A growing movement exists in the religious world to broaden the common conception of what worship is. Rather than worship being limited to specific activities, many are embracing the idea that worship is a lifestyle; that every … Continue reading