This is the worship service for Chatham Baptist Church in Chatham, Virginia for Sunday, September 27, 2020. The scripture is Exodus 17:1-7, which is the story of Moses striking the rock and God providing water. Charlotte Paris plays an organ solo, Rondeau by Jean-Joseph Mouret; and, both Charlotte and Kathleen O’Hare play an organ piano duet, Crown Him with Many Crowns. I hope your Sunday is wonderful!
Here is the worship service for Chatham Baptist Church for Sunday, September 20, 2020. The text this week is Exodus 16:2-15, which is the story of God providing quail and manna for the Israelites. Charlotte Paris, the choir director and organist at our church plays and sings two hymns — “Glorious Things of Thee Are Spoken,” and “Make Me A Servant.” Kathleen O’Hare, the pianist at Chatham Baptist plays two selections “Surely the Presence of the Lord is in This Place,” and “Here I Am, Lord.” I hope you have a glorious Lord’s Day.
Click the audio file below to hear the worship service of Chatham Baptist Church in Chatham, Va for Sunday, September 13, 2020. The sermon text is Exodus 14:19-31 and the sermon is titled, “When God Fights for You.” It’s the story of God defeating the Egyptian army as they pursued the Israelites who had escaped from Pharoah’s domination. Kathleen O’Hare plays two selections — “All Things Bright and Beautiful” and “Ancient Words.” Charlotte Paris leads us in singing “There’s a Wideness in God’s Mercy” and closes the service with an organ medley of “God Will Make a Way” and “It is Well With My Soul.” I hope your Sunday is glorious!
Here’s the link to the worship service of Chatham Baptist Church in Chatham, VA, for Sunday, September 6, 2020. The sermon text is Exodus 12:1-14. Charlotte Paris, our choir director and organist, plays “All Through the Night” on the organ, and later leads us in singing “Go Down, Moses.” At the conclusion of the service, Kathleen O’Hare plays another rendition of “Go Down, Moses” on piano. We’re still worshipping from home and I hope your Labor Day Weekend Sunday is glorious and safe.
Here is worship for Chatham Baptist Church for Sunday, August 30, 2020. My apologies for not posting this sooner. Our scripture is from Exodus 3:1-15, the story of Moses and the burning bush. Charlotte Paris plays a piece by Felix Mendelssohn, and Make Me an Instrument of Your Peace. Emily Wright, accompanied by Charlotte Paris on piano, sings El Shaddai. I hope your Sunday is joyous!
Here’s the audio for the worship service for Chatham Baptist Church for Sunday, August 23. The scripture is Exodus 1:8-2:10, and gives us the story of Pharaoh who enslaves the Israelites, and the birth and preservation of Moses. Charlotte Paris begins the service by playing “All Creatures of Our God and King” and then leads the congregation in singing “Take My Life and Let It Be Consecrated.” After the message, Kathleen O’Hare closes the service with “Peace in the Valley.” I hope your Sunday is wonderful!
Here’s the worship service for Sunday, August 16, 2020. We finish the story of Joseph from Genesis 45:1-15. Charlotte Paris leads us in the hymn, “O For A Thousand Tongues to Sing,” and Kathleen O’Hare plays “Sheltered in the Arms of God.” You can also listen to this service on WKBY 1080 AM in the Chatham, VA area, or on the radio station streaming site, WKBY10180.net, at 11 AM on Sunday mornings. I hope you have a wonderful Lord’s Day wherever you are worshipping!
Worship for August 9, 2020 is built around the story of Joseph. Genesis 37 is the reading for today, plus Psalm 105 which references Joseph. Charlotte Paris plays “Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah” on organ, and Kathleen O’Hare is featured in “O How He Loves You and Me” and “Humbly, We Adore Thee.” The service is 30-minutes long and will be broadcast on WKBY 1080 AM in the Chatham/Pittsylvania County, Virginia area at 11 AM on Sunday, and streamed simultaneously on WKBY1080.net. Or, of course, you can listen by clicking the link below. Have a wonderful Sunday!
Here’s our worship service for Sunday, August 2, 2020. Today’s lectionary reading is from Genesis 32:22-31, the story of Jacob wrestling with a mysterious “man.” It’s a fascinating story, but it has some insights for those of us in the 21st century. Kathleen O’Hare is on piano with two selections, This Little Light of Mine, and Amazing Grace. Charlotte Paris accompanies herself on the organ as she sings, Open Our Eyes, Lord. I trust this 30-minute service will be a blessing to you. We broadcast every Sunday at 11 am EDT on WKBY 1080 AM, and WKBY1080.net. Or, you can listen here at your convenience.
Here’s our worship service for the congregation of Chatham Baptist Church for July 26, 2020. Charlotte Paris plays “Triumph and Thanksgiving” on the organ; Patti Merricks sings “Glorify Thy Name;” and, Kathleen O’Hare plays “How Beautiful” by Twila Paris on piano. The scripture for the message is taken from Genesis 29:16-30. Here’s the audio of our 30 minute service, which is also broadcast over our local station WKBY-1080 AM and WKBY1080.net at 11 am EDT —