CELEBRATING MUSIC SUNDAY!!!
8:30 a.m. ~ Outdoor Chapel Worship
9:30 a.m. ~ Sunday School
10:45 a.m. ~ Indoor Worship
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This Week’s Sermon- “LATE NIGHT SINGING”
Paul and Silas are in prison and have been through the ringer. What do they do? They sing at midnight, and things happen! An earthquake opens the prison – The jailer doesn’t know what to do – and the jailer discovers the one who Paul and Silas proclaim – Jesus! On this music Sunday we encounter the power of music for the soul.
Come on out and support this worthy fundraiser! Saturday, May 21st from 9am-4pm
It's time to get ready to send Easter goodies to our college, career, and military friends. Donations of candy, gum, nuts, salty snacks, handwritten notes/cards, or money to defray the cost of postage will be collected in the Narthex until Sunday, April 10th. Boxes...
Join us for a wonderful Lenten tradition, Pysanky Egg Decorating! All ages and experience levels are welcome! Join us Saturday, April 9th, 2pm-5pm, for Virtual decorating (meet.google.com/fri-adjq-dnb), and Palm Sunday, April 10th, from 12pm- 3pm, in the Fellowship...
If you are in middle school or high school, we would LOVE to have you join our youth group! Our meetings are always on Sundays 3pm-5pm, here at the church in our fellowship hall. We rotate which group meets each Sunday. March's schedule is as follows: March 6th-...
FROM PASTOR DAN
On Palm Sunday a smile comes to us because the joy and celebration is so visible as Jesus rides into Jerusalem - yet Jesus still knows what lay ahead for him. He can still smile, because he can see further ahead than the cross.
This morning - Dave Engle, our Bronze Voices Director, will be sharing about the history of Bells - in scripture, in the church, and in the world! The ringing of the bells has always been a part of worshipping God and of celebrating Jesus - His birth, His Resurrection...
Jesus comes before the High Priest after His arrest. The question today is how did He respond? How do we respond when we are in front of those who question who we are and whom we belong to? Truth should always be the response!