The following update comes from our Transition Team Chair, Kirsten Sittler: This fall, the Transition Team is hard at work with an ambitious schedule. It was almost a year ago that we started on the process to Explore, Encounter, and Envision God’s work at Village Church of Lincolnshire (VCL). Our first few meetings were a bit frantic as we had the looming deadline of Lee’s departure. During the Explore phase, we investigated and

God Is Our King In today's service, we're lifting our hearts in praise to the King of Heaven and Earth. Pastor Kenny will be preaching on Acts 12:18-24 and talking about why we can trust God to overrule the kings of this world. General Announcements Our Sunday School series, “The Story of God and Us: The Whole Bible in Eight Weeks,” continues this Sunday morning from 9:15-10:00. There will be an in-person option (in the

If you'd like to watch the livestream for this lesson, click here. The study guide will help you follow along. Click here to download the pdf. The Story of God and Us: Chapter Four After Moses dies, Joshua leads the people of Israel over the Jordan river (which parts for them, a clear sign of divine favor) and into the land of Canaan. God powerfully works to drive the other nations out before them, dwelling among

God Is Our Deliverer In today's service, we're praising the God who rescues us by His grace. The sermon text is Acts 12:1-17, and Pastor Kenny will be preaching about how God climbs down into our darkness in order to enlighten and set us free. General Announcements Our Sunday School series, “The Story of God and Us: The Whole Bible in Eight Weeks,” continues this Sunday morning from 9:15-10:00. There will be an in-person option

We are no longer supporting Zoom. You can watch and comment live on YouTube by clicking here.  Follow along on the study guide by clicking here. Our story begins with the people of Israel enslaved in Egypt. After all of Israel’s sons had died, the people were fruitful and multiplied in Egypt, so much so that new Pharaohs, who didn’t know of Joseph’s benefit to their national prosperity, began to look at this minority