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Worship Guides

He Is Risen! (Easter 2021) Join us for this joyful celebration of Christ’s resurrection, complete with readings, prayers, singing, and a baptism! Pastor Kenny will be preaching a sermon from 1 Cor 15:20-28 titled, “Is Your Resurrection Too Small?" General Announcements Hour in the Word This Sunday: Join Pastor Casey at 9:30am for a new series on evangelism and sharing Christ in how we think, speak, and act in the world. For this Easter lesson,

Good Friday: Tenebrae (4/2/2021) Join us for this special Good Friday service, where we'll sing hymns and reflect on the Seven Last Words of Jesus as He hung upon the cross.   Worship (Live-Streamed) This Good Friday: Tenebrae stream will be available on 4/2 at 7:00 PM. You can access it any time by clicking here.   Get in Touch! If you'd like to know more about our church, or if you'd like someone to pray for you, please

Palm Sunday: Here Comes the King This Palm Sunday, we take up the centuries-long tradition of remembering and celebrating Jesus’ “triumphal” entry into Jerusalem. As we do, we’ll also prepare our hearts for Holy Week, for the King’s journey to His throne is unlike anything we’d expect. A Song for the Journey - During the season of Lent, the texts for our weekly Call to Worship will come from a group of Psalms

When Kingdoms Collide Today, we’re joining together to commit ourselves to the God's gracious work in our lives and our world, even when darkness pushes back. Pastor Casey will be preaching on Acts 19:21-41 about the inevitable collision of God's kingdom with the kingdoms of this world, and how focusing on the cross can give us clarity and hope when we get caught in the crosshairs. A Song for the Journey - During the

Disclaimer: None of what you’re about to read is intended as medical advice. Before embarking upon any course of treatment, please consult your healthcare provider. Brothers and sisters, As more and more of our friends, neighbors, and family members get vaccinated, it occurred to me that it’d be helpful to offer some biblical guidance on the topic. As Christians, we must take every thought captive to Christ (2 Cor 10:5) as we consult both