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Message: Jesus, Our Death-Conquering Deliverer, Knows Your Name (Like He Knew Mary's)

After a refreshing sabbatical, we will come back together for weekly services of worship on Saturdays at 4 p.m. at the Fusion Center, 30 Tyler Prentice Road, starting Saturday, August 21.

After our service of worship on Saturday, July 3 at 4 p.m. at the Fusion Center, 30 Tyler Prentice Road, Emmaus City Church will be sent into the summer to rest, celebrate, and worship with other congregations and parishes throughout the Worcester area. We will return to weekly services of worship together again at the Fusion Center beginning on Saturday, August 21 at 4 p.m. If the Spirit of God is leading you to follow Jesus with us, we look forward to meeting you at the end of August. Until then, 
+ The Lord God our Father bless you and protect you. 
+ The Lord Jesus Christ smile upon you and be gracious to you. 
+ The Lord who is the Spirit reveal God's merciful favor towards you and give you His whole-making shalom that heals you, frees you, and fills you with His abundant resurrecting life.

Contact us for any additional details. We would love for you to join with us! 

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Want to talk about Jesus, but aren't ready to do so with a church yet? Don't hesitate; just drop Pastor Mike a line and he'll quickly get back to you to set up a meeting at local cafe or pub. 

And whether you are someone who prays often or very rarely, we invite you to consider praying daily prayers to begin to understand what it can be like to share your life with God and watch to see how He moves. 

"To you, my fellow traveler, may God explode your heart with gratefulness for salvation, with anger over injustice, with love for the loveless, with selfless hours of service, with words that bring hope, and homes that bring warmth. May Christ be in the food you serve; may He interrupt your schedule with moments that change the destiny of families; may His purposes become your purposes; and may the things that break His heart break yours. May He supply to you all that is needed to live large in the Kingdom that is now and yet to come.” + Hugh Halter, author of The Tangible Kingdom Primer

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