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.
This time we continue our look at Jesus in the Apostles’ Creed. From the creed we learn that Jesus is both Savior and Lord. What is it that Jesus saves us from and what does he save us for? Why should we call Jesus Lord and what does that mean for how we live our lives? Since we use these titles for Jesus often, join us as we explore more fully what they mean.
From his birth to his death and resurrection, the Apostles’ Creed says more about Jesus than anything else. We are not only told some facts about Jesus’ life, but we are given titles to call him (Lord) and told the ministry Jesus was given (to judge the living and the dead). This and the next message dig into this section of the creed taking time to look at both the life of Jesus (June 18) and then the titles given to him and the work of his saving grace (June 25). What we believe about Jesus sets us apart from others and defines our faith. What we believe about Jesus also shapes our lives and our futures. Join us as we explore what the Apostles’ Creed tells us about Jesus Christ, God’s only Son, our Lord.
I believe in God… This week our study of the Apostles’ Creed focuses on God the Father Almighty, maker of heaven and earth. While we can’t prove the existence of God, much of creation points to the reality that God exists and many of our own experiences give us the assurance that God is real. Join us as we not only consider God as our parent and creator but as we talk about what this means and how this belief needs to shape our lives.