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Sunday 8:00 am
Sunday 10:30 am
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Being and Making Disciples!

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Please join in this Holy Week of events that guide us toward Easter and the Resurrection of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ!

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Maundy Thursday: Holy Communion Worship Services at 11am and 6:30pm.

Good Friday: Worship at 11am and 7pm. Passion of Christ Drive-thru from 5 - 6:45pm.

Easter Saturday: Worship Service at 6pm. Easter Sunrise: Worship Service at 6:45am. Easter Worship: Services at 8am & 10:30am. Butterfly Release & SS Spirit Rally at 9:15am.

Posted April 14, 2014



“Psalm 23” is the Bible message theme for the weekends in Lent. Each week, one verse will be the Bible focus.

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“He prepares a table before me in the presence of my enemies” is the message focus for the weekend. What table does God set? In front of what enemies does He set it? Communion is served as we celebrate the gift of life and forgiveness in the face of sin and death!

Wednesday Lenten Services - 11am (Traditional) and 6:30pm (Drama-Style)


Posted March 31, 2014



“Psalm 23” is the Bible message theme for the weekends in Lent. Each week, one verse will be the Bible focus.

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Psalm 23:4 is a key verse which reminds us that no matter what shadows or darkness we may face in life, even death itself, we have a God who is with us to calm our fears and strengthen our faith. This is the Ministry Fair Weekend. All services will be in the Fellowship Hall.

Wednesday Lenten Services - 11am (Traditional) and 6:30pm (Drama-Style)

Posted March 24, 2014



“Psalm 23” is the Bible message theme for the weekends in Lent. Each week, one verse of Psalm 23 will be the Bible focus.

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Psalm 23:3 says, “He leads me in the paths of righteousness for His name’s sake.” How does one get on the path of righteousness? How does one stay on the path of righteousness? Only by way of Him who leads the way.

Wednesday Lenten Services - 11am (Traditional) and 6:30pm (Drama-Style)

Posted March 17, 2014



“Psalm 23” is the Bible message theme for the weekends in Lent. Each week, one verse of Psalm 23 will be the Bible focus.

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Psalm 23:2 is the basis for the message…. still waters, green pastures, and soul restoration…. is where the Good Shepherd leads His sheep. But what does that mean or even look like in a world of turbulent waters, dry pastures, and broken spirits? Only God can say.

Posted March 10, 2014



“Psalm 23” is the Bible message theme for the weekends in Lent. Each week, one verse of Psalm 23 will be the Bible focus.

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“The Lord is my Shepherd, I shall not want” is the emphasis this weekend from Psalm 23:1. Our hope, strength and faith are in God who cares for us and provides us with all that we need.

Ash Wednesday Services are offered at 11:00am (Traditional) and 6:30pm (Drama-Style). All worships will be in the Church. There will not be a noon meal this year.

Posted March 3, 2014



“Moving OUT with Jesus in the Gospels” is the title of the message sequence for February. Come and be fed in faith!

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“Time Out” is the last message of the "Out" series as the Biblical focus is on the story of the blind man from John 9:1-11. What does it mean to live in the dark? What is required to regain our sight about living? How does Jesus' words, that we "must work while it is day for night is coming" have bearing on the "time" that God has given us before our "time" runs "out?" This week God's word sharpens the way we live our lives.

Posted February 24, 2014



“Moving OUT with Jesus in the Gospels” is the title of the message sequence for February. Come and be fed in faith!

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“Left Out” is the theme to focus on for this week. Perhaps you have felt disappointed, or thought you were left out, only to discover that God had something greater in mind for you. Read Mark 5:24-34.

Mark 5:31 "Who touched me?"


Posted February 17, 2014



“Moving OUT with Jesus in the Gospels” is the title of the message sequence for February. Come and be fed in faith!

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“All Out” is what we want to be as the Church of Jesus Christ. The weekend focus is on being a Church in mission!

It’s the congregational meeting, so what better time to center ourselves on what Christ calls His Church to be and do!

Read Mark 2:1-10.


Posted February 9, 2014



“Moving OUT with Jesus in the Gospels” is the title of the message sequence for February. Come and be fed in faith!

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“Clean Out” is the title of the weekend message as we visit a subject that we wrestle with on a daily basis - SIN! John 8:1-11 is the story of a sinful adulterous woman about to be stoned to death by a group of sinful judges. What is it about sin that is so attractive? What is it about "repentance" that is so difficult? How does Jesus guide us in the hard and holy work of needing to be "Cleaned Out" on a daily basis? Holy Communion will be offered.

Posted February 3, 2014



“Moving OUT with Jesus in the Gospels” is the title of the message sequence for February. Come and be fed in faith!

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“Far Out” is the theme for the week as we talk about Heaven. What is heaven? What is heaven going to be like? We don’t know all the answers, but God’s Word gives us some great snippets of what to expect. Read Revelation 21:1-7.

Revelation 21:1 "I saw a new heaven, and a new earth."

Posted January 27, 2014



“Moving OUT with Jesus in the Gospels” is the title of the new message sequence for January and February. Come and be fed in faith!

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“Called Out” is the focus for the weekend. The disciples were “called out” to follow Jesus. Where are those places where we are “called out” to drop our nets and do something for Jesus. The youth will lead the 10:30am service. Daniel Hofmann will be installed as our Minister of Children and Young Families at all three services.

Matthew 4:20 "Immediately they left their nets and followed Him."

Posted January 20, 2014



“Moving OUT with Jesus in the Gospels” is the title of the new message sequence for January and February. Come and be fed in faith!

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“Worked Out” is the message theme as the story of Nicodemus is explored in light of him coming to Jesus to “work out” his salvation. Many of us have questions about faith and life that we are trying to figure out. Let us journey with Christ as He guides Nicodemus through his faith process.

"For God so loves YOU!"

Posted January 13, 2014



“Moving OUT with Jesus in the Gospels” is the title of the new message sequence for January and February. Come and be fed in faith!

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“Pour Out” is the title of the weekend message. As the Holy Spirit was “poured out” on our Savior at His baptism and He was then led to minister to others, so we too have received the Spirit and are called to share God’s love in Christ. Baptismal remembrances are celebrated and Holy Communion is offered.

Joel 2 "I will pour out my spirit!"

Posted January 6, 2014



“Moving OUT with Jesus in the Gospels” is the title of the new message sequence for January and February. Come and be fed in faith!

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“Head Out” is the theme for this weekend as we think about the journey of the Wise Men following the star - on their journey of faith. What journeys do we need to make, as we consider our faith and belief in God?

Matthew 2:12 "They left for their own country by another road."

New Years Eve Service is at 6pm.

Posted December 30, 2013



“The 7-Up’s of Our Faith” will be featured through the end of December.

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“Freed Up!” is the theme for this weekend. Christ was born to free us from the bondages of sin so that we might be free to live, serve, and die.

Christmas Eve Services are at 5pm, 8pm, and 10pm.

Christmas Day Service is at 9am.

New Years Eve Service is at 6pm.


Posted December 23, 2013



“The 7-Up’s of Our Faith” will be featured through the end of December.

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“Downside Up!” is the theme as we look to Joseph’s dilemma in Matthew 1:18-25. What crises in your faith are you wrestling with at the moment? Be reminded that Jesus is the light of the world that no darkness can overcome!

Matt. 1:20 - An angel appeared to Joseph in a dream.

Christmas Eve Services are at 5pm, 8pm, and 10pm.

Christmas Day Service is at 9am.

New Years Eve Service is at 6pm.

Posted December 16, 2013



“The 7-Up’s of Our Faith” will be featured through the end of December.

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“Wake Up!” is the title of the message as this weekend’s theme centers on being alert-- living with the urgency that Christ is coming, not only symbolically at Christmas, but He IS coming again someday-- Really!

Unto you is born a Savior!

The Saturday, 6pm and Sunday, 8am services are normal format. The 10:30am service celebrates the Sunday School Christmas program led by the Sunday School children and staff!

Posted December 9, 2013



“The 7-Up’s of Our Faith” will be featured through the end of December.

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“Warm Up” is the theme for this weekend as the Season of Advent begins. We prepare for the celebration of Christ’s birth by looking to the hope that our Lord gives us, in a world that so desperately needs to hear that Good News!

Mark 1:3 "Prepare the way of the Lord."


The Nativity Exhibit will be on display in the Fellowship Hall from December 6-8. Refreshments will be offered. Come and enjoy!

Posted November 25, 2013



The Fall Messages will feature “The 7-Up’s of Our Faith” emphasizing various “Up” phrases connected to our faith.

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“Guard Up” is the weekend topic with respect to dealing with temptation. We are reminded of the stories of Adam and Eve, Cain and Abel, Joseph and his brothers, Judas, Peter, and Jesus Himself. How do we keep our “guard up” against the Old Evil Foe?

"Put on the whole armor of God."


Posted November 18, 2013



The Fall Messages will feature “The 7-Up’s of Our Faith” emphasizing various “Up” phrases connected to our faith.

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“Filled Up” is the title of the sermon as the question is asked, “what truly fills us?” The subject of the day is the Biblical concept of “fasting.” As we begin to enter the holiday season, tables and tummies filled with too much food can be an obsession. How might the idea of “fasting” actually bring us into a closer relationship with God?

Posted November 11, 2013



The Fall Messages will feature “The 7-Up’s of Our Faith” emphasizing various “Up” phrases connected to our faith.

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“Guns Up” is the theme for this week. If you are a Red Raider fan, you know that “Gun’s Up” is used for encouragement and support. We look at the story of Ruth and Naomi for their mutual care and support of one another.

The Women will lead services on Sunday for the Thankoffering Service.

Ruth 1:16 "Your God shall be my God."

Posted November 4, 2013


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