Sunday School: 9:30 AM

Worship: 11:00 AM

Prayer: Sunday 9:00 AM and Tuesday 1:00 PM

From The Pastor

Easter: A Date on a Calendar or a Day that Changes Everything?

There are two dates this month (Sunday, March 10th and Sunday, March 31st) that affect our daily living; but there’s a danger that both become sim-ply something we remember once and then go on with life almost as if nothing has changed. Of course I’m talking about Daylight Savings Time beginning and Easter. I’ve found…

Lenten Devotional

Elders, session, and several parishioners of Severn Run EP have put together a Lenton Devotional for daily use beginning tomorrow (Ash Wednesday) through Easter Sunday. Click the above image or click here to view the devotional (PDF format)

Monday Meditation: The Love of Christ

Paul’s prayer for believers in Ephesians 3 is astounding, it deserves our continuing attention and meditation.  Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones concludes a section of his exposition of this prayer by saying, “I cannot do anything better at this point than to quote a little verse which Hudson Taylor used to pray for himself every day of…

Tuesday Tidbit

You may have noticed that we are using the Westminster Shorter Catechism as our regular confession of faith in our worship service.  I have divided up the 107 questions into 52 Lord’s Days, so we will typically recite two questions every Sunday.  We all know the first question and answer (“What is the chief end…

Monday Meditation

from Pastor Milligan That “four word summary” of the Gospel that I shared with you yesterday (Sunday) was brought to my attention most clearly and recently in two books. Greg Gilbert uses this framework in his excellent and accessible little book, ‘What Is the Gospel’? And Matt Chandler includes it as the first section of…

Happy New Year!

How many times have you said that phrase over the past week? Countless times, I suppose. I’d ask if you really meant it when you said it; but that would be rude, so I won’t. And I do sincerely wish every one of you a Happy New Year. But even as I wish it, I…

It Just Wouldn’t Be Christmas Without…

How would you fill in the blank? I’m sure our answers change over the years; perhaps at one time we might say, ”It wouldn’t be Christmas without presents!” Or, “I can’t imagine Christmas without a tree!” For many of us who have grown up in northern climes, it is hard to feel like it’s Christmas…

Three Kernels of Corn for Thanksgiving

We have all learned how the Pilgrims were saved by Squanto teaching them how to plant corn in the New World. Do you remember what they were taught? They buried three kernels of corn along with a fish for fertilizer. Then, when the harvest was in, the first Thanksgiving feast was celebrated with prayers and…

The Last Quarter

Football season is in full swing and fans are happy to see the regular referees back on the job. The Ravens are looking impressive with a 3-1 record while the Steelers are struggling at 1-2. With only 16 games in the season the New Orleans Saints are desperate to avoid an 0-4 start. Has any…

Protecting Our Children

The tragic shooting at Perry Hall High School on Monday, the first day of school, causes us all to again ponder how uncertain life can be. We pray for the student who was shot as well as those who witnessed it. But for all our anticipation and preparation for beginning the school year, we hardly…