This Sunday at Mayfair | April 23rd 2017

This Sunday at Mayfair, we asked ourselves a very important question: "Now what?"

The day of Easter has passed, but that shouldn't mean that the meaning of Easter gets left in the past as well. How do we carry that forward?

Randy’s sermon focused on the mission Jesus gave us before He ascended and on the hearts of His disciples as they received that mission. One of the messages that really stuck with us was that God is still working on us—and that’s okay.

In Matthew’s gospel, he records that some disciples had doubts, even as they worshiped the risen Lord. Our doubts aren’t really something that gets brought into the open very much, but it was refreshing to listen and talk to each other about the doubts that we have and, most importantly, how God is able to accomplish the impossible with us, even when we have doubts.

We have a mission ahead of us.

If you were at Mayfair this Sunday and want to share how God edified you or the mission He’s given you, leave a comment here or on the Facebook page and share your encouragement. If you’re a visitor or thinking about attending Mayfair, take a look at our website, contact our staff and members, and of course, come and join us!

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This Sunday at Mayfair | April 9th 2017

This Sunday at Mayfair, we walked with Jesus in the days before his death and resurrection.

It’s one thing to be a consumer during the festivities of Easter, but being Jesus’ disciple as He endures the path to execution (and still bids us to follow Him)...that’s a completely different lifestyle.

After services, we had a potluck lunch in the fellowship hall, and some of us talked more about how Jesus’ time in the garden prepared Him for His time on the cross. It was encouraging to see just how much this part of Jesus’ life really affected us for the better—like as parents talked about finding more patience with their kids in the times that they were most challenging and sharing more joy with them in the times that they were most excited.

If you were at Mayfair this Sunday and want to share how God edified you, leave a comment here or on the Facebook page and share your encouragement. If you’re a visitor or thinking about attending Mayfair, take a look at our website, contact our staff and members, and of course, come and join us!

PS: Happy 59th birthday to Mayfair! May God bless us with many more to come.

This Sunday at Mayfair | April 2nd 2017

This Sunday at Mayfair, we put things in perspective.

With Easter on the horizon, Randy’s sermon was about Jesus in the days and weeks leading up to his crucifixion. It really got some of us thinking about just how dedicated God is to loving us. As all-important as Jesus sacrifice at the cross is, it wasn’t just there that He sacrificed. His diligent, sacrificial love was there in everything that he did—every day of His life.

Randy’s pre-sermon comments also got us thinking as well. He talked about having a calling. Everyone seemed to lean in as he spoke, especially some of our brothers and sisters in the college group. With graduations, job hunts, doubts, fears, and hopes looming, it was encouraging (even inspiring) to hear Randy speak off-the-cuff about our calling and giving Jesus our best. I don’t think any of us ever come away unedified when the preacher steps out of the pulpit for a heart-to-heart.

If you were at Mayfair this Sunday and want to share how God edified you, leave a comment here or on the Facebook page and share your encouragement. If you’re a visitor or thinking about attending Mayfair, take a look at our website, contact our staff and members, and of course, come and join us!