What is your dream for our church? We know it is more than just a building, worship on Sunday, or a program. Please join us as we celebrate and explore how we can live out God’s mission for our Church.
- September 9 // Matthew 24:14 & 28:16-20
- September 16 // Matthew 22:34-40
- September 23 // John 17:20-26
- September 30 // 2 Corinthians 5:19
- October 7 // Luke 10:30-37
During the first two weeks of the year we celebrate Epiphany (“appearing”) and the baptism of Jesus. By appearing and entering human existence we not only see the glory of God - they mystery revealed. We may be drawn into that mystery and experience God’s glory revealed.
January 6 // Ephesians 3:1-12
January 13 // Luke 3:15-17, 21-22
When we confess, God can begin to do a new work in us. What will God do when we hand over the sins, regrets, grievances, and grudges of the past? God will forgive. God will train us to forgive. In forgiveness we find freedom to do God's work as God's people in God's world.
October 14 // Proverbs 28:13
October 21 // Acts 15:36-41
October 28 // Lamentations 3:39-40
November 4 // Psalm 32:1-2, 8-11
November 11 // Service of Consecration & Communion
How is your gratitude? You may fail to recognize the magnitude of God's mighty work in your life, you may not notice the frequency of God's blessings each day, but do not miss an opportunity to express thanks to God for all good things.
November 18 // Joel 2:21-27
November 25 // John 18:33-37
Advent is a time of preparation - preparation for God's promises to come to reality. What God promised is realized in Jesus Christ - good news of great joy. Is your soul prepared to receive such joy?
December 9 // Advent at First (Musical celebration)
December 16 // Philippians 4:4-7
December 23 // Hebrews 10:5-10
December 30 // Colossians 3:12-17
6:00pm // Kid-involved Christmas service
7:30pm // Traditional candlelight service