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.
Leading up to Easter, we took several weeks to learn about prayer from the life and teaching of Jesus, but there are other Biblical leaders who have something to teach us about prayer. For the next three weeks we will consider what the Apostle Paul, David and Elijah each have to say about prayer. Their faith and trust in God are a great example for us to follow and how they prayed and what they taught about prayer can continue to keep our prayers and faith strong. Explore how Being Thankful, Being Real and Being Quiet can enhance our prayers, deepen our faith and strengthen our lives. Hear the Apostle Paul remind us to “give thanks in all circumstances, for this is God’s will for us in Christ Jesus.”
After his resurrection, Jesus revealed himself to his followers when He broke and gave them bread. Today we still see Jesus in simple acts of giving and we reveal Jesus to others when we are willing to serve. We once again see Jesus in the breaking of bread during Holy Communion and as together we learn how to be that broken bread which reveals the living Christ to the world.
It is hard for us on Easter when we come together saying, Christ is Risen (Christ is Risen Indeed) to think about what it must have been like for Mary, Peter, John and the rest of Jesus’ disciples. They didn’t know the end of the story – they only knew what had happened in the [...]