Week One in our Living Lent series is based on the word PURPOSE and reminds us that Lent is a time to find God’s purpose for our lives, fulfilled in our redemption by Jesus, who seeks and saves the lost and gives us new life. Join us this Sunday, 2/14, 11 a.m. to explore purpose.
Join us for Living Lent, a special series of services for the season of Lent. Each service in this series focuses on a word to consider while living Lent as Easter people. The Ash Wednesday service in the series is based on the word PONDER and reminds us that Lent is a time to ponder
All officers, staff, deacons, and elders are requested to be present at the 2nd Strategic Planning Meeting this Thursday from 6-8pm. We will be doing analyses of our church and ministry. All are welcome. Please eat before coming so we can devote the full two hours to our communal work.
This fourth and final Faith@Home lesson led by Rev. Dr. Susan Arnold, focuses on how the home can serve as a safe place, sheltering us from the dangers and destruction out in the world that threaten to harm us. This lesson reminds us that the home has the opportunity to supply the spiritual tools and
This sermon is for everyone ‘running on empty’ trying to get through the day or a tough situation. Find out how to refill your spiritual tank — what goes in it and why you need it to overcome life’s challenges. The Home As A Filling Station by Rev. John Arnold January 24, 2016 If this
Our second bible study and sermon in our Faith@Home series focuses on how the home can serve as a trauma center, providing emotional, physical and spiritual healing to all who enter. You’ll be reminded through this theme that the home has the opportunity to bind up the brokenhearted, encourage the discouraged and build confidence in
Did you know that the word seminary means ‘seed bed’? What better place for the seeds of our faith to be sown than in the home. In this first sermon in our new series Faith@Home, Rev. John Arnold explains three expectations God has for each of us in sharing faith. Discover why you need to
In today’s sermon, Rev. Dr. Susan Arnold shares how God’s call into newness can be difficult, even frightening, but ultimately it is full of benefits. The Benefits of a God Move by Rev. Dr. Susan Arnold January 3, 2016 If this sermon was a blessing to you and you would like to support the many
Faith@Home is a a four-week sermon and bible study series that encourages Christians to express and grow in their faith not only in church and in the world, but especially in their home. The home is where growing in faith occurs outside of the one or two hours spent at church on weekends. People are
In today’s bible lesson, Jesus parent’s lose him. Let’s be clear he wasn’t lost, he was right where he was supposed to be, but they didn’t know where that was. Have you ever lost sight of God? The odds are that God isn’t lost. So where do you look? Rev. John Arnold shares three obvious