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March 27, 2022 message: “In Rig...

At the heart of this psalm-song is an invitation to trust in the One who provides care, the One who gathers in, the One who heals and comforts and loves, the One who puts our feet on the right path. And that’s our prayer this Lenten season – to walk in God’s way and seek […]

March 29, 2022 Worship Brainstorming:...

You are invited to join the worship team on Tuesday, March 29, 2022 at the Booth’s house. Members of all ages and backgrounds are invited to participate in the one-time commitment. The ideas generated at the brainstorming are used in worship. We will have a potluck at 6:00 p.m.  Please bring a dish to share. […]

March 20, 2022 message: “Worshi...

Many of the words translated as worship involve movement, even a worship posture that puts us face down. The psalmist tells us to bow and kneel, reminding us that worship isn’t just a heady exercise, but a whole-body thing where we offer all of ourselves. Worship is about God and the community gathered together. We […]

March 13, 2022 message: “Going ...

Even though Lent may have a routine for us, we need to always pay attention – both to what’s happening inwardly and outwardly. Lent is intentional time to upset our routines and recognize God’s presence even in the midst of our routines. When we pay attention or don’t, when we go out or come, we […]

March 6, 2022 message: “Happy A...

Happy isn’t a mood we associate with the season of Lent. It seems to call for something more somber, reflective, and inward looking. We’re called to search our souls, understand our need for forgiveness because of our sin, and rejoice in the presence of our Savior Jesus. He offers an answer to our deepest needs. […]

February 27, 2022 message: “Def...

How do we understand more fully who God is and what God is like? It’s not enough for God to be an idea; rather, God is already working within our lives. God’s kingdom is realized when we respond to God’s grace. Even though brokenness is a part of our lives, it doesn’t have the final […]

February 20, 2022 message: “The...

How does diversity help us understand God more fully? It’s not about being color blind; rather, it’s about all colors being valued as a part of the family of God. This is the third week in the series, “The Faith of a Mockingbird.” Pastor Mary’s message is based on Harper’s Lee’s book, To Kill a […]

February 13, 2022 message: “Her...

As followers of Jesus, we’re called to be saints, not heroes or champions, but what’s the difference? How do we seek justice, find wisdom, act with courage and selflessness, and strive for a life rooted in humility, grace, and love – modeled after Jesus? This is the second week in the series, “The Faith of […]

February 6, 2022 message: “Tell...

The Christian story is one of brokenness, but the story doesn’t end there – our story is also about healing, grace, and resurrections! When we learn to do the work of God, we discover who we are and how our story, through grace, is part of God’s story. How can we – in thought, word, […]

February 8, 2022: Worship Brainstormi...

You are invited to join the worship team on Tuesday, February 8, 2022 at church downstairs in Fellowship Hall. Members of all ages and backgrounds are invited to participate in the one-time commitment. The ideas generated at the brainstorming are used in worship. We will have a potluck at 6:00 p.m.  Please bring a dish […]