Labor Day-Memorial Day:
Sundays at 8:30, 9:45 & 11:00 AMMondays at 6:30 PM
Memorial Day-Labor Day:
Sundays at 8:30 & 10:00 AMMondays at 6:30 PM
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The stories of Dr. Seuss can be taught simply enough for children to understand, yet profound and significant enough to contribute to the spiritual growth of adults. They give us lessons for our own walks of faith. What people in our lives, for example, remind us of Horton the elephant, whose faith cannot be shaken? How can we fight the temptations faced by those image-conscious Sneetches, who were a bit too fond of comparing themselves to others? Join us for this lighthearted look at the Gospel According to Dr. Seuss.
July 21 & 22
The Message: “The Power of Saying ‘I’m Sorry’: Bartholomew and the Oobleck”
The words “I’m sorry” are wonderful words of life. When we are not capable of saying them we are missing out on the key to overcoming our shortcomings and frailties in order to live anew.
Bible Readings: Luke 18:9-14; Genesis 11:1-9; Psalm 51:1-2, 10-12
The book of 2 Corinthians has much to say about our Christian faith; what it is about, how we live it out and what constitutes authentic Christian community.
The writer of this second letter to the church in Corinth, the Apostle Paul, deals with these themes while addressing some very practical tasks, such as consoling others, seeking forgiveness and reconciliation, raising funds for the poor, persevering in the midst of suffering and despair, and not losing hope. Paul shows us how God's mercy helps us and flows through us in our relationships with others.
July 28 & 29
The Message: We Are Together
Consolation, endurance, and hope are gifts from God, and these gifts enable us to be the body of Christ.
Bible Readings: 2 Corinthians 1:1-11; John 14:25-27