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Worship with us today – January 29

Do you want to be happy?

People spend a lot of time pursuing what makes them happy. There is a lot of wisdom in the world that shows that most of what we seek doesn’t produce the feeling of peace and joy we seek. Jesus taught us that we should find blessings and happiness in times when it didn’t make sense. These lessons might not tell us how to find happiness, but they reassure us true happiness, God’s joy, can be found in unexpected places and times. Join us this morning for “Blessed Are We.”

We’ll be live on Facebook at 11:00, or you can watch at any time on Facebook or Youtube.  Click here for the video.

Here is some information to help you participate if you’re joining us online:

  • The response to our interactive opening prayer is, “Happy are we.”
  • Today’s songs are “This is the Day” and “What a Friend We Have In Jesus” Look up the words online, and you can sing along.
  •  The Bible reading is Matthew 5:1-12.
  • Please let us know how God is moving in your life. You can leave a celebration and/or prayer request in the comment section so that we can celebrate God’s kindness and discern God’s will with you.
  • Share an offering in our app in Givelify or send a check to the church.

We’re looking forward to worshipping with you. Have a blessed Lord’s day, everyone!

Join us this morning for a powerful time!

Have you ever wanted to know your future? Folks spend a lot of money on things like horoscopes, cards, and psychics because they think these things tell them what will happen. People who follow Jesus may still want to know the future, but Jesus gives us a different way of handling it. If you’ve ever been anxious about what’s coming, join us this morning. We’re talking about how “Understanding the Assignment” makes the difference for a believer. 

Click here for the video We’ll be live on Facebook at 11:00, or you can watch at any time on Facebook or Youtube.  

Here is some information to help you participate if you’re joining us online:

  • The response to our interactive opening prayer is, “Let us sing and make music before our God.”
  • Today’s songs are “He Has Made Me Glad” and “Here I Am Lord” Look up the words online, and you can sing along.
  •  The Bible reading is Matthew 4:18-25.
  • Please let us know how God is moving in your life. You can leave a celebration and/or prayer request in the comment section so that we can celebrate God’s kindness and discern God’s will with you.
  • Share an offering in our app in Givelify or send a check to the church.

We’re looking forward to worshipping with you. Have a blessed Lord’s day, everyone!

Worship with us this Sunday – January 15

We’re halfway through January. It’s interesting to consider how many people came into the new year two weeks ago wanting to change their lives. Most of those promises and resolutions won’t have lasted til today. Lots of people want a fresh start. We’re looking for bold ways to express the change that happened in us. Baptism is one of the most important ways we show that something is different in our lives. Join us this morning as we explore the change God makes in us. Click here to see us live on Facebook at 11:00, or you can watch at any time on Facebook or Youtube.  

Here is some information to help you participate if you’re joining us online:

  • The response to our interactive opening prayer is, “for all are welcome here.”
  • Today’s songs are “Holy, Holy, Holy” and “Spirit of the Living God” Look up the words online, and you can sing along.
  •  The Bible reading is Matthew 3:13-17.
  • Please let us know how God is moving in your life. You can leave a celebration and/or prayer request in the comment section so that we can celebrate God’s kindness and discern God’s will with you.
  • Share an offering in our app in Givelify or send a check to the church.

We’re looking forward to worshipping with you. Have a blessed Lord’s day, everyone!

It’s a new day! Join us to celebrate how God is at work!

Christ has come to the world. In more practical terms related to today’s scripture lesson, Mary and Joseph are now living with a small child in Bethlehem. Maybe Joseph was used to angels and God sending him messages by now. Maybe it had been a while, and he thought those times were behind him. However, strangers arriving from another country bringing unusual gifts is one more “God thing” that happens in their lives. Then Joseph gets another message from an angel. What does this story tell us about how God is working with us now? We can trust that God is still sending those messages, and we do not need to be afraid. 

We’ll be live on Facebook at 11:00, or you can watch at any time on Facebook or Youtube.  Click here for the video.

Here is some information to help you participate if you’re joining us online:

  • The response to our interactive opening prayer is, “We waited for the birth of Jesus; now something wondrous is about to take root.”
  • Today’s songs are “Go Tell It On the Mountain” and “We Three Kings” Look up the words online, and you can sing along.
  •  The Bible reading is Matthew 2:1-20.
  • Please let us know how God is moving in your life. You can leave a celebration and/or prayer request in the comment section so that we can celebrate God’s kindness and discern God’s will with you.
  • Share an offering in our app in Givelify or send a check to the church.

We’re looking forward to worshipping with you. Have a blessed Lord’s day, everyone!

Worship with us this morning

HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Celebrate what God has done!

It’s been an intense week. Our area is still recovering from the Blizzard of 2022. With so much loss and stress, it’s easy to miss the fact that Christmas still happened. How did you celebrate the coming of Christ to your world? Were you able to experience a new movement of Christ in your life this year? It would be understandable if you didn’t, but Christ comes whether we’re watching for Him or not. Take time to appreciate what God has done, even in the middle of what feels like chaos. Join us today for “The Journey Will Bless You.”

We’ll be live on Facebook at 11:00, or you can watch at any time on Facebook or Youtube.
Click here for the video.

Here is some information to help you participate if you’re joining us online:

  • The response to our interactive opening prayer is, “O Lord, keep us in Your ways and on Your path.”
  • Today’s songs are “O Come All Ye Faithful” and “What Child Is This?” Look up the words online, and you can sing along.
  •  The Bible reading is Luke 2:8-20.
  • Please let us know how God is moving in your life. You can leave a celebration and/or prayer request in the comment section so that we can celebrate God’s kindness and discern God’s will with you.
  • Share an offering in our app in Givelify or send a check to the church.

We’re looking forward to worshipping with you. Have a blessed Lord’s day, everyone!

Worship with us this morning – December 18

Do you want to make more sense of your life? There is a lot of discontent and stress in the world because our lives and our world feel so out of order. We don’t understand why we suffer and struggle as we do. Mary and Joseph’s story helps us understand how crazy the world can feel under our feet as we walk the path God sets before us. So much of what happened to them was unexpected, yet they teach us profound lessons about love and faith. Join us today for ” The Journey Won’t Always Make Sense.”

We’ll be live on Facebook at 11:00, or you can watch at any time on Facebook or Youtube.  

Today is also our Community Christmas Celebration. We’ll have a free lunch with turkey, ham, sides, and tons of Christmas cookies! All free for everyone!

Here is some information to help you participate if you’re joining us online:

  • The response to our interactive opening prayer is, “Come thou long expected Jesus.”
  • Today’s songs are “Come Thou Long Expected Jesus” and “Oh Little Town of Bethlehem” Look up the words online, and you can sing along.
  •  The Bible reading is Luke 2:1-7.
  • Please let us know how God is moving in your life. You can leave a celebration and/or prayer request in the comment section so that we can celebrate God’s kindness and discern God’s will with you.
  • Share an offering in our app in Givelify or send a check to the church.

We’re looking forward to worshipping with you. Have a blessed Lord’s day, everyone!

Feeling Alone on Your Journey – Listen to This

One of the frustrations of taking a journey of faith is that it can be very lonely at times. People will often abandon their journey because it costs them relationships. While there are times the journey requires us to walk alone, God always allows us to find community with others. Today, we’ll look at the connection between two women called by God for a specific role in God’s plan. They helped each other at a time no one else could understand what was happening to them. God does the same for us all. Join us today for ” The Journey Has Meaningful Connections” Click here for the video

We’ll be live on Facebook at 11:00, or you can watch at any time on Facebook or Youtube.  

Here is some information to help you participate if you’re joining us online:

  • The response to our interactive opening prayer is, “Our souls magnify the Lord.”
  • Today’s songs are “O Come O Come Emmanuel” and “Joy to the World.” Look up the words online, and you can sing along.
  •  The Bible reading is Matthew 1:18-25.
  • Please let us know how God is moving in your life. You can leave a celebration and/or prayer request in the comment section so that we can celebrate God’s kindness and discern God’s will with you.
  • Share an offering in our app in Givelify or send a check to the church.

We’re looking forward to worshipping with you. Have a blessed Lord’s day, everyone!

Looking for God in your struggle? Join us this morning

One of the worst lies in the world is that Christians don’t have any problems. This lie leads to disappointment when people experience challenges in life. However, the truth of God is that God is with us even in our times of trouble. In fact, God can be working on something amazing while we are in our struggle. This week we will be using the story of Joseph, Jesus’ earthly father, to look at the fact that your journey has dreams and nightmares. Joseph’s journey has lessons that can help us with ours. Join us for week two of our series, The Journey – It Has Dreams and Nightmares

We’ll be live on Facebook at 11:00, or you can watch at any time on Facebook or Youtube.  Click here for the video

Here is some information to help you participate if you’re joining us online:

  • The response to our interactive opening prayer is, “God’s mercy prevail.”
  • Today’s songs are “He Has Made Me Glad” and “Emmanuel, Emmanuel.” Look up the words online, and you can sing along.
  •  The Bible reading is Matthew 1:18-25.
  • Please let us know how God is moving in your life. You can leave a celebration and/or prayer request in the comment section so that we can celebrate God’s kindness and discern God’s will with you.
  • Share an offering in our app in Givelify or send a check to the church.

We’re looking forward to worshipping with you. Have a blessed Lord’s day, everyone!

Worship with us this morning – November 27

A lot of folks are struggling with things in silence. They fear that the world can’t understand their pain, or they’re afraid to share their private battle for any number of reasons. God has an answer for those struggles if you’re willing to hear Him. It’s Advent, the season of preparation for the coming of Christ. This year we invite you to take the Journey. We’re using the story of the birth of Christ to help people discern what new things God might be doing in their lives. This morning we start with God calling Mary, the mother of Jesus. Like her, your journey starts with yes. Even in your struggle, God has a word. Take the journey with us. Click here for the video.

We’ll be live on Facebook at 11:00, or you can watch at any time on Facebook or Youtube.  

Here is some information to help you participate if you’re joining us online:

  • The response to our interactive opening prayer is, “No word from God will ever fail. Let your Word be fulfilled in us.”
  • Today’s songs are “O Come O Come Emmanuel” and “Come Thou Long Expected Jesus.” Look up the words online, and you can sing along.
  •  The Bible reading is Luke 1:26-38
  • Please let us know how God is moving in your life. You can leave a celebration and/or prayer request in the comment section so that we can celebrate God’s kindness and discern God’s will with you.
  • Share an offering in our app in Givelify or send a check to the church.

We’re looking forward to worshipping with you. Have a blessed Lord’s day, everyone!

Do you want to get more done – Join us today

Do you want to get more done? Almost everyone is struggling with their productivity. Folks regularly complain about how much they have to do. Many people say they are overwhelmed and exhausted. Part of the challenge of living in the modern world is our ability to focus on the right things. Distractions derail us constantly. Not only do they take time and energy, but they also feed anxiety and frustration. Jesus understood this. There’s a moment he talks to the disciples about it, and His words can guide us right now. Join us to learn more about “The Power of Focus.” Click here for the video

We’ll be live on Facebook at 11:00, or you can watch at any time on Facebook or Youtube.  

Here is some information to help you participate if you’re joining us online:

  • The response to our interactive opening prayer is, “We will worship in joy and in truth.”
  • Today’s songs are “This is The Day” and “It Is Well with My Souls.” Look up the words online, and you can sing along.
  •  The Bible reading is Luke 21:5-19.
  • Please let us know how God is moving in your life. You can leave a celebration and/or prayer request in the comment section so that we can celebrate God’s kindness and discern God’s will with you.
  • Share an offering in our app in Givelify or send a check to the church.

We’re looking forward to worshipping with you. Have a blessed Lord’s day, everyone!