Barrville Mennonite Church

Barrville Mennonite Church
Barrville Mennonite Church is listed in the Churches Mennonite category in Reedsville, Pennsylvania. Displayed below are the social networks for Barrville Mennonite Church which include a Facebook page and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Barrville Mennonite Church on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 65.

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48 Barrville Mountain Rd
Reedsville, PA 17084
(717) 667-3882

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I am doing a series of sermons from I Peter. The text for this Sunday is I Peter 1:22-2:3. We have been rescued for a purpose. Let us cast off what is evil and crave what is right.

The Lord is risen! On this Easter Sunday we are reminded that Christ reigns victorious over death. For the Holy Week devotional reading for today read Luke 24. -What would it have been like to have been one of those first persons to see Jesus? Are you convinced that Jesus is alive and well? -Picture yourself being one of the women at the empty tomb. -Picture yourself being one of the travelers on the road to Emmaus. Prayer: Take time in prayer to sort out any doubts that you have about Jesus resurrection. Jesus was patient with Thomas and He will be patient with you. Invite the power that raised Jesus from the dead to move in your life accomplishing the purposes of God in and through you.

Today is "Good Friday". What is so good about Good Friday when it is a day when Jesus was brutally executed? Well, it is good that Jesus didn't back out. Isaiah 53 says, "he was pierced for our transgressions, he was crushed for our iniquities". The cross was a place of death for Jesus, but a place of life for us. The message of the cross has transformed more lives than anything else in all of history. That is a Good Friday. For the devotional reading for today read Luke 23 and I hope to see you at the Good Friday service at the Barrville Mennonite Church tonight at 7:00 PM. -Notice the many people involved in the events of this day. What would it have been like to witness these events? What would you have thought about what was happening if you were a bystander? -Luke seems to give extra attention to all the humiliation and mockery that Jesus had to face as he was crucified. Reflect on the irony of how the creator of the world, and the most loving man that ever walked this earth, was treated that day. -Reflect on the centurion’s response in verse 47 Prayer: Reflect on what Jesus went through for our salvation. Give Him thanks for making this sacrifice for us. The cross is a place of death. As you think about the death of Jesus think about whether there are still parts of yourself that need to die so that you can really live to God.

The heart of Christianity is the atoning sacrifice of Jesus and his power over death demonstrated in his resurrection. You are invited to the Good Friday and Easter services at the Barrville Mennonite Church. The Good Friday service will be Friday evening at 7:00 PM. The Easter services will be; Sonrise service at 7:30 AM, breakfast at 8:30 AM and Easter worship at 10:00 AM. Paul Cruz from Chosen People Ministries will be the guest preacher at the Sonrise service and the worship service. The church is located at 48 Barrville Mountain Road, Reedsville, PA 17084. For more information feel free to call Pastor Carl at 717-667-2788

On this day many years ago Jesus shared the last supper with his disciples before his crucifixion. At that meal he passed around the bread and said, "this is my body broken for you". Then he passed around the cup and said, "this is my blood shed for you. Reading Luke 22 will help you reflect on the events of this day. -Reflect on the last supper and on your experiences with communion at church. -Imagine the intense battle that was going on in Jesus as he struggled in prayer in verses 39-46. -Imagine what it was like to be Peter at this intense time Prayer: Communion is a very sacred experience. Jesus said that we should eat the bread and drink the cup in remembrance of Him. Have you shared in communion at a worship service? Reflect on your experiences regarding communion. -In the garden Jesus agonized over what lay ahead of him. Reflect on areas of suffering in your life. Offer yourself before God to stand with him in the good times and the bad times.