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“Stop collecting treasures for your own benefit on earth, where moth and rust eat them and where thieves break in and steal them. Instead, collect treasures for yourselves in heaven, where moth and rust don’t eat them and where thieves don’t break in and steal them. Where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.”
- Matthew 6:19-21
Money affects your heart. Whether you are in plenty or in want, money has a direct connection to your stress level, your anxiety, and the health of your relationships. It is no wonder, then, that Jesus talked about the relationship between our treasure and our hearts.
For a four-week period in November, we will look at the many ways that our treasure (time, energy, money) affects our spiritual and emotional lives. Join us in worship and in small group studies in November, as we explore Matthew 6 and Jesus’ teachings on money, giving, worry, and more.
At the end of the four weeks, we will have an opportunity to make personal commitments of our offerings to God through our church in the coming year. Commitment cards will be sent to you in the mail.
COVID-19. Racial Unrest. Election Battles. Injustice. Loss. Fear. Pain.
The current state of our nation is divided and angry; and the status quo behavior only divides, segregates, and hates. Yet, the people of God are called to unity, justice, and love. God’s vision of unity, justice, and love require an interruption of the way things were and the way things are. Through a counter-cultural interruption, God will guide us to a future with hope.
Yet, God’s future with hope requires courage - the courage to remember, the courage to stand out, the courage to let go, the courage to love new people in new ways. God requires the courage to live counter-culturally. God requires the courage to interrupt.
Join us in October as we explore “Interrupt: Finding the Courage to Live Counter-Culturally.”
Join us as we look at what it means to live an honorable life as Christians.
Do you remember that last time you received a new leader? Maybe a new boss, a new pastor, a new community leader? How do we act as leaders? When we receive new leaders, we must choose whether to conform to our way of doings things or to transform to their new way of doing things. Join us as we explore the road from conforming to transforming leadership.
For our Summer in the City Worship Series in the months of June and July, we will be looking at the Pixar movie "Inside Out" and what we can learn about our inner emotions, and how we use them within the Christian context to relate to those around us.
Our Easter worship series will take a look at how we will overcome and survive these strange and unusual times that we are currently living in, through our faith in God.
What will be different for you in 2020? Will you keep your resolutions? Will you begin again? Let's start the new year together as we FOCUS on living into God's best for us! Our new worship series teaches that God is still making impossible things possible. We just have to FOCUS! Let's do it together in January and February 2020.
You are invited to join us for worship during the Season of Advent, and experience our Advent worship series, Closer. We will learn how we can have a fresh perspective on God, realizing that not only is there much more to God than there apepars to be, God is much Closer than we ever realized!
Join us as we look at how we can manage our financial resources and truly experience simplicity, generosity, and joy.
This summer, we will learn from Disney’s Aladdin and The Lion King and what they can teach us about the Gospel, the Good News, of Jesus! You will want to be sure to invite family, friends and travelers for worship this summer! Summer worship is a little more laid back and a little shorter but no less engaging, encouraging and inspiring!
"One With" focuses on Christian Unity and our Holy Communion prayer: "[Lord,] By your Spirit make us one with Christ, one with each other, and one in ministry to all the world, until Christ comes in final victory and we feast at his heavenly banquet."
With his unique, gentle way of teaching, Mister Rogers showed us how to show true kindness to everyone around us.