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This Sunday (6/28) from 6:30 to 7:30 PM, we'll be gathering at VCL for an outdoor worship service. We'll block off the back section of the lot (near the staff/children's wing) and join together in prayer and praise. We ask that you bring your own lawn/camping chair and that everyone would please wear a cloth or paper mask. Bathrooms will be available for emergencies only. We won't be handing out printed bulletins or song lyrics on Sunday

This is the second expanded guide to our series on Amos entitled Let Justice Roll Down. You can find the a recording of the live streamed study by clicking here. Introduction When the tornado sirens blared, we knew what was coming. I can remember over and over again throughout my childhood experiencing the piercing intensity of a tornado siren. Whether it was the monthly test, or the sickening, hollow sound in the midst of raging

Do Not Grow Weary In today's service, we're worshipping the One God who saved us and learning what it looks like to live together in Christian unity.   General Announcements Virtual Bible Study: The Book of Amos: For the next eight weeks we are going to be studying the book of Amos, and pray that by this study we may gain a new lens into the Lord's concern for justice, an appreciation for the complex problems

This is the first expanded study guide for our Sunday School series on Amos, entitled Let Justice Roll Down. You can watch the recorded live stream of the study by clicking here. Introduction: Whose Justice Is It Anyway?   “No Justice, no Peace.” “Justice for George Floyd.” “Law and Order.” “Black Lives Matter.” “All Lives Matter.” Whenever you say these words, tempers start flaring. Our church is not immune. If you don’t believe me, just try talking to someone about it.

The Integrity of the Church In today's service, we're worshipping the One God who saved us and learning what it looks like to live together in Christian unity.   General Announcements Virtual Bible Study: The Book of Amos: For the next eight weeks we are going to be studying the book of Amos, and pray that by this study we may gain a new lens into the Lord's concern for justice, an appreciation for the complex