The summer sermon series uses a scene from a film as a jumping off point to help us think more deeply about our faith and the world around us. In case you want to watch (or re-watch) them ahead of time: August 2: It’s a Wonderful Life Deuteronomy 30:15-19; Matthew 16:24-26 August 9: Selma Luke… Read More →
Our current worship series is “We Call Ourselves Disciples.” Through July 26, we explore our identity. We are Disciples of Christ, a movement for wholeness in a fragmented world. This series provides an introduction (or review) to our denomination, especially as we Disciples gather for the General Assembly in Columbus, Ohio, July 18-22. Worship with… Read More →
Our ministry programs for children and youth couldn’t happen without lots of adult volunteers. On Sunday, May 31, we will recognize our teachers and youth volunteers during worship and give them our thanks and appreciation. Also in worship that day, we’ll congratulate our 2015 graduates on all their achievements! Do you know someone who is… Read More →
In the season after Easter, once we have discovered the empty tomb and put our flowers on the cross, we consider what it means to be people of the resurrection. What should life look like in a post-Easter world? Where is God at work through us? How do we continue the work God started? We… Read More →
Alleluia! Christ is risen! God is with us. Worship with us Easter Sunday as we celebrate the good news. We shout hosanna at our sunrise service at 7:30. Breakfast follows at 8:15, and at 10:00, trumpet fanfare adds to our shouts of praise. Alleluia! Christ is risen. God is with us.
What wondrous love… It is in the cross that we see the hope of resurrection and new life. We pray, “Lord, have mercy on us.” Join us April 3 for Good Friday Worship. Lunch follows.
Holy Week began yesterday, with Palm Sunday, on March 29. A children’s palm parade began our worship together. Join us throughout this holiest of weeks: Maundy Thursday: April 2, 6:30 p.m. Maundy comes from the word commandment. This family-friendly service will focus on Jesus’ final and greatest commandment to his disciples: Love one another. Worship… Read More →
This Sunday, March 15, our youth will lead us in worship, with a special message from our graduating seniors. “Gifts that Differ” is the theme for Youth Sunday. Many thanks to our youth and youth sponsors for leading worship and sharing their gifts!
Though we’re active all week long, Sundays are the best days to connect with us for the first time. Join us every Sunday morning at 10:00 for worship, or on most Sunday evenings at 5:00 for small groups, classes, and dinner. Before you come, you might want to know a little more about what… Read More →
Lent, which means springtime, or awakening, is the season of the church that marks the six weeks–40 days plus Sundays–before Easter. The 40 days remind us of the 40 days of flood before the rainbow promise, the 40 days Moses spent on Mt. Sinai before receiving the ten commandments, the 40 years the Israelites wandered… Read More →