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 resources necessary to defuse and even eliminate any threat against us.
The Home As A Safe Place by Rev. Dr. Susan Arnold
January 31, 2016
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Living Lent As A People Of The Resurrection, a new Bible study and sermon series.
Living Lent offers a different experience for our church as we retrace Christ’s steps to the cross during this holy season, fully aware that Easter has already come to pass. Each service in this series focuses on a word to consider while living Lent as Easter people. Orders of service by respected preacher Rev. Walt Schoedel highlight the ways in which the passion narratives of Christ take on more significant meaning for us when we see them through the lens of the empty tomb. Each service helps us see that we are always alive in Christ, who died and was raised.
Ash Wednesday Service, Wed., Feb. 10, 7:00 p.m. The Living Lent theme for this service will be Ponder.