This Sunday is our annual GEMS Sunday. Our girls' club will be participating in all kinds of ways in the service. Our message focuses on the theme of their season, from I John 2:6: Whoever claims to live in him must live as Jesus did. Hope you can join us! 10 a.m., April 15.
Jesus asked his disciples, "But who do you say that I am?" (Luke 9:20). When we read this passage, we like to put the emphasis on the word, "you." But Jesus also wanted to hear them say it, say that they knew he was the Messiah, say that they loved him, and say that they would follow him. Have you said it?
Our new sermon series, Not a Fan, will be complemented by the video series which will be shown on Sunday evenings. Join us for both, starting this Sunday, April 8, at 10 am (worship) and & 7 pm (video).
"I have seen the Lord!" Those are the words spoken by Mary Magdalene on the very first Easter morning (John 20:18). Join us on Easter Sunday, at 10:00 a.m. for a wonderful celebration where we too can say, "I have seen the Lord!" Our celebration includes the sharing of the Lord's supper. All welcome!
Palm Sunday was a special day - Jesus comes into town riding a wave of popularity. A lot happens during the next week (Holy Week). But a more special day, the BIG Day is coming. We continue our Lenten Series from the 19th Chapter of John, looking at verses 28-37 - a "Special Sabbath."
Pilate thought his future was secure because he was a "friend of Caesar's." He had it all wrong. Place your future in the hands of the King who is a "friend of sinners." It will mean letting go of a lot, but it's worth it. We are at verses 12-16 of our John 19 Lenten Sermon Series. We also share the communion meal this week. Hope you can join us! Sunday, March 11, 10:00 a.m.
Pilate had no idea whom he was dealing. He thought that he was holding all the power. If he only knew! We too, might not realize where real power lies. It's found in God. Through Jesus, we can draw from that power, lean into it, use it, be blessed by it and bless others through it. If we only knew what God wants to do for us and through us.... John 19:7-11 is part 3 of our Lenten Sermon series moving through this one chapter of the Bible. Sunday, March 4, 8:30 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.