August 24, 2014
"The Great Gates"
One Hit Wonders:
Sermons from the Archives
This Sunday Pastor Bob will be preaching a sermon called “The Great Gates,” based on Psalm 100. As the Israelites talked about entering the gates of the Temple, so too we come through the doors of our sanctuary each week to worship.
This week’s scripture readings and devotions (devotions.tlumc.org) will have us thinking about our public and private worship.
- Monday: Daniel 3:8-18 Who do you worship?
- Tuesday: Psalm 145 Praising the true King
- Wednesday: Isaiah 6:1-5 Triply holy
- Thursday: Exodus 25:10-22 Specific instruction
- Friday: James 1:19-26 Everyday worship
- Saturday: Psalm 100 Coming before the Lord.
June 22 thru August 31
One Hit Wonders: Sermons from the Archives
This summer Pastors Bob and Joe will be getting away from our normal pattern of preaching sermon series, and instead preach a series of sermons that will stand alone. We are calling in the summer of One Hit Wonders: Sermons from the Archives. Some will be sermons they have wanted to preach but didn't fit any of the recent series, and others may be based on sermons they have preached at other times and in other places and have wanted to expand upon. Either way, we know you will be blessed each Sunday with what God brings to us through out pastors. Be sure to join us every Sunday for some One Hit Wonders.
Date: Thursday, August 21 Scripture: Exodus 25:10-22 Verse: There I will meet with you. From there above the cover, from between the two winged heavenly creatures that are on top of the chest containing the covenant, I will deliver to you all that I command you concerning the Israelites. (Exodus 25:22) One of the things that helped […]
Date: Wednesday, August 20 Scripture: Isaiah 6:1-5 Verse: They shouted to each other, saying: “Holy, holy, holy is the Lord of heavenly forces! All the earth is filled with God’s glory!” (Isaiah 6:3) Every time I read these verses, I think of the movie A Christmas Story. Remember the scene (if not, it’s below) where Flick […]
Pastor Bob Kaylor
Pastor Joe Iovino
NorthGate United Methodist Congregation held its first worship service on March 10, 1991, in an abandoned truck stop at Exit 158 and Baptist Road. The service was conducted by the Rev. Don Bloor, the organizing pastor. We were chartered as a United Methodist Fellowship on August 11, 1991.
Three years later, on March 10, 1994, we were forced to move, because the truck stop was sold to Brookhart's Building Centers. Two area churches offered to church-share with us. The offer to move to the Church at Woodmoor was accepted by the Fellowship, since they were willing to let us use their church building on Sunday afternoons. We met for worship and Sunday School from 4:00 to 6:30 p.m. each Sunday. In time, the desire to move worship to the morning hour was instrumental in the congregation seeking another location for the church
Rev. Dr. Bob Kaylor is a native western Pennsylvanian, born in Pittsburgh and raised in and around Slippery Rock, PA. He earned a BA in History from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 1986, was commissioned as an Infantry officer in the Pennsylvania Army National Guard through Army ROTC in 1984, and served in the 28th Infantry Division.Read more...
Joe is a Christian, husband, father, pastor, and writer serving as Associate Pastor of Tri-Lakes United Methodist Church. Joe has a passion for making sure people know that Jesus loves them. He firmly believes that living life in the Kingdom of God is the best way to live. As a sojourner on a spiritual adventure, Joe has a way of finding God in the strangest of places.