Sunday, Feb. 7, 2021 Link to Sunday Worship

Click on the image below for the link to the Sunday Worship service in Fellowship Hall.   You can see the Sunday Bulletin on the email sent to you from the church (which also contains the video link). If that link doesn't work, try this one: Temple Terrace Presbyterian Church Live Stream - YouTube We again… Continue reading Sunday, Feb. 7, 2021 Link to Sunday Worship

Sunday, Jan. 10, 2021 Sermon

Click on the image below for the link to the Sunday Worship service in Fellowship Hall.   You can see the bulletin on the email sent to you from the church (which also contains the video link). If that link doesn't work, try this one:  Temple Terrace Presbyterian Church Live Stream - YouTube The Wednesday Evening… Continue reading Sunday, Jan. 10, 2021 Sermon

Sunday, Dec. 6 Sunday Worship at TTPC, 2nd Sunday of Advent

Click on the image below for the link to the Sunday Worship service in Fellowship Hall. We are hesitating to post the Sunday Bulletin on the website to ensure the privacy of the people on the Prayer Lists. Contact JEANNE@TTPRESBYTERIAN.COM if you'd like a copy of the entire bulletin emailed to you. Remember that the… Continue reading Sunday, Dec. 6 Sunday Worship at TTPC, 2nd Sunday of Advent

Sunday, Nov. 29 Worship with Rev. Tony Winter, Advent Begins

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YjoyAx3IuvQ

This Sunday we have guest pastor Rev. Tony Winter with us as TTPC continues our search for an Interim Pastor due to Rev. Robert Shaw's retirement. Click on the photo above and you will be taken to the filmed sermon from the 10:00 a.m. worship in Fellowship Hall.   Our video team wears a lot of… Continue reading Sunday, Nov. 29 Worship with Rev. Tony Winter, Advent Begins

Giving All

US Flag reflecting among names on the Vietnam Memorial Wall

For many years I evaded and avoided Veterans Day events. After hearing a speech by a veteran about honor and service to country, all the veterans present would be asked to stand, often by branch of service, so that those who did not serve might thank them.  These events often make me feel that my… Continue reading Giving All

Compassion

You may have dined al fresco, but have you eaten al desko? Dining al fresco means to enjoy a meal in the open air, perhaps as at a picnic or a sidewalk cafe. My favorite memory of dining al fresco was at a roadside picnic table beside a babbling brook while being entertained by a curious… Continue reading Compassion

Divine Dependence Day

This week we celebrate our independence from external governments. Yet this Sunday, like any other day we proclaim our dependence on Jesus as our Lord and Savior. The sixth chapter of Mark's Gospel describes two scenes related understanding Jesus as Lord. In the first scene Jesus returns to his hometown and attempts to teach and… Continue reading Divine Dependence Day

Wait, This Person Is Important

Each Sunday during worship I incorporate prayer requests into the prayers of the people. Very rarely is the person who we pray for physically in the room with us. It is much easier to pray for someone, than with someone. Jesus was much more into praying with people. This week's lesson (Mark 5:21-43) includes two… Continue reading Wait, This Person Is Important

Sabbath Keeping

"Please silence your phone as we prepare for worship," the liturgist reminds the congregation each Sunday. We hope that for the next hour we might focus on God. But my phone is my connection for ministry. And you?  I had the privilege of participating in a Navajo Blessing Way. As part of that ceremony we placed… Continue reading Sabbath Keeping

Easter Surprise

God provided the greatest April Fools surprise! Jesus was dead. He had hung on a cross for hours. Soldiers had poked a spear into his side. His friends had placed him in a tomb and rolled a stone to seal it. Pilate had placed a guard at the tomb so no one could steal his… Continue reading Easter Surprise