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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Word of Peace is on a churchwide biblical journey together from Genesis to Revelation. We will explore the stories of the Old and New Testaments from the creation, to the prophets, to the life of Jesus, to the early Christian Church.
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May 19 & 20
The Message: "When the Church Hurts More than it Helps"
What does it mean to be saved by grace through faith? God’s people have grappled with this question for centuries. The Apostles, from the earliest days of the church, have debated this question and in doing so how often with good intentions; have we placed barriers in the path of those who seek God?
Bible Reading: Acts 15:1-7
May 26 (No Worship on Memorial Day, May 27)
The Message: "Who We Are"
There are no good guys and no bad guys. There are just people saved by the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Bible Reading: Galatians 1:13-17; 2:11-21
June 2 & 3
The Message: "A Christ-Centered Faith"
Galatians 3 tells us what it means to have a Christ-centered faith.
Bible Reading: Galatians 3:1-9; 23-29
June 9 & 10
The Message: "Powered Up"
The Holy Spirit's first gift was understanding through shared language.
Bible Reading: Acts 2:1-4; Galatians 4:1-7, 5:16-26
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.
June 16 & 17
The Message: "Perseverance: Horton Hatches the Egg"
This day's readings address the most basic challenge to our practice of faith - remaining faithful. How do we remain true to our convictions and commitments even when doing so leads to frustration, pain or embarrassment?
Bible Reading: 1 Peter 1:3-7; Mark 10:34-38
June 23 & 24
The Message: "Solla Salew"
It's hard to imagine that Christ's strength is found in his weakness. In the same way, Jesus strengthens us with his grace and presence in our imperfections and weekness.