2016 Christmas Services

Christmas Eve Service

Saturday, Dec. 24 – 4 p.m.

Christmas Day Service

Sunday, Dec. 25 – 10 a.m.

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Christmas 2016 Don’t Stop Believin’

dontstopEvery song has a message, especially the songs we sing at Christmas time. The first songs of Christmas encouraged people to believe, and through this series we will strengthen our belief. This Christmas, Don’t Stop Believin’!

CitrineDuring this series our discipleship emphasis is the Faith Living Stone. This is the time when you may express believe in Jesus as Savior and Lord for the first time, reaffirm your belief, or guide another person towards faith.

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Friendship Sunday Fall 2016

bring_a_friendSunday, October 30, 2016 is our Fall Friendship Sunday. Baptism will be a part of service, and afterwards we will have free time for pie and conversation. Invite a friend.

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Live the 10 – Fall 2016 All-Church Spiritual Formation

When we think of the 10 Commandments, often thoughts come to mind of Charlton Heston movies, court cases over religious displays in public spaces, or ancient rules that all begin with, “Thou shalt not . . .”

live_the_10-title-2-still-4x3The 10 Commandments are actually ancient wisdom that is relevant for today. They’re not a cause for arguments, but a way of peace. The 10 Commandments are more than a foundation for a good movie, but a foundation for a good life. Live the 10! Starting in September.

Our spiritual formation emphasis during the Live the 10 series is the Responsibility Living Stone. Resources are available in the following areas to help you work towards obtaining the Responsibility Stone:

  • Set and work toward achieving a long-term life goal
  • Take responsibility for your spiritual health
  • Take responsibility for your physical health
  • Take responsibility for your emotional health

But speaking the truth in love, we are to grow up in all aspects into Him who is the head, even Christ.  (Ephesians 4:15)

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