On Saturday, December 5th from 10 am to 2 pm, YOU are invited to a workshop entitled, “Reorienting YOUR Spiritual Compass”. In a world where we are pulled in numerous directions, this will be an opportunity to sense and steep YOURSELF in the sacred. We will allow the four points of the compass re-titled as: “Hope”, “Peace”, “Joy”, and “Love” to guide our time together. Please register by calling the church office by December 3rd.
Our theme for Stewardship this year is, “A way of living”. As part of our invitation to pledge to the church for 2016, we are inviting you to view the following slides that capture some of the heart, soul, vitality of our church. Please click the link below, sit back, and let your heart be warmed by memories and the GREAT people of our church. Enjoy!
On October 18th, Jean Walker gave an insightful overview of our finances for 2015 and 2016. You can view her powerpoint presentation by clicking below. Please review this information prayerful as you consider your 2016 gifts to our church of time, talent, and treasure.
Please join us this Sunday at 9 am or 11 am as we begin the Season of Advent.
Our theme this year is, “Reorienting YOUR Spiritual Compass”. Just as a compass has four points, so we have four Sundays of Advent where we light the candles of hope, peace, joy, and love. Each Sunday, as we light a candle, we will ask, “What does it mean to orient our lives toward that light this year?” We pray this will open your hearts and prepare room for Christ’s birth this year. Our first candle is hope and we will explore Isaiah 11:1-5, please click here to read before coming to worship.
All are welcome here: whoever you are and wherever you are on life’s journey.
Sunday, November 29, 2015: A Shoot Shall Come
Sunday, November 29, 2015: A Shoot Shall ComeWes Bixby
The Bible Study Group continues for faithful conversations each week. All are welcome to join us at 11 am in Fellowship Hall. Here are the upcoming readings:
November 25: Thanksgiving Break!
December 2: Isaiah 11: Hope and Peace in Advent
December 9: Luke 2:1-7: Love in Advent
December 16: Luke 2:8-20: Joy in Advent
December 23 and 30: Winter Break
January 6: Mark 1, the Journey Begins
January 13: Mark 2
January 20: Mark 3