Serving others is a great way to honor God. Whether serving within the church or in the community,, we offer a variety of ways for you to utilize your natural gifts and interests while activating your passion to know God.
Whether in the church, community or your home, our goal is to build relationships and share life with one another and God. There are a variety of groups to help you grow spiritually, build strong values and enjoy fellowship.
Don’t Miss the Song! The message of Christmas has always been tied into music. Mary sang at the news that she had been chosen to be the mother of the Messiah and the angels sang on the night Jesus was born. Music helps make the season bright, but it is the message of those songs that brings us life. As we enjoy special music at both our worship services and reflect on the great gift of Jesus be sure you, Don’t Miss It.
Don’t Miss It. How is it that so many people missed the birth of Jesus? Some people were too busy, their lives were too full to notice. Some people were too familiar with the story of a Messiah being born in Bethlehem so they didn’t pay it any attention, and some people had just given up hope that the Messiah would ever come. Being too busy, finding the story too familiar and not having hope are still reasons why people today miss Jesus today. Together we will make room for Jesus in our hearts and homes. Advent is the season to welcome Jesus – don’t miss it.
While this week we focused on giving thanks for all the blessings of life, our practice of thanks-giving needs to become a lifestyle. As followers of Jesus, gratitude needs to be one of the hallmarks of our lives and it can be with three simple steps: Remember – Repeat – Return. A life time of giving thanks starts with remembering who God is and what God has done. We need to remember the promises God has made and acknowledge God’s work in our lives. Then we need to repeat this process and remember these things all over again. Then we need to return to God with our hands and our hearts, our lives and our love. Don’t let this past week be the last time you give thanks, until next November, make this the beginning of a new life of thanks-giving. On this Thanksgiving weekend, we continue to Give Thanks!