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Summer Worship SERVICEs at 9:30 AM
Summer Bible Study
All are welcome to join us once a month throughout the summer for Bible Study. As usual, we will meet on Wednesdays at 1:00 pm in the Fireside Room. This summer we will spend our time in the Gospel of Matthew. Mark your calendars for these upcoming dates:
July 5 – Jesus' parables
August 2 – Jesus' miracles
We hope to see you!
Summer Worship Schedule Starts June 25
Our summer worship schedule will focus on discipleship, especially as we hear about that through the gospel of Matthew. Worship in July will be one combined service at 9:30 am with communion at all of the services. We will return in August to our regular schedule.
Worship Focus in the Coming Weeks
Discipleship amidst Troubles
The apostles, like us, do a lot of waiting, watching, and wondering about what god is up to. How do we do this as a congregation?
Discipleship can be really simple
Being a disciple can be as simple as sharing a cup of water with someone who is thirsty.
Discipleship means comforting the afflicted
Being a disciple includes comforting those who are carrying heavy burdens.
Discipleship grows hope
God's work and our discipleship look a lot like gardening. Gardens take tending. How are you and God tending your life?
Discipleship happens across the world
Missionaries to Tanzania, Drs. Jodi and Steve Swanson, will be preaching.
Discipleship is here and now, and God is here and now
In both the good times and the bad, God holds us. In the same way we hold each other. What do you need God to hold for you today? What can you hold for your neighbor?
Discipleship means sharing food
God sets a table before us and welcomes us all to the feast. Pull up a chair and hear the good news!
Discipleship continues despite being "people of little faith"
We strive to be disciples even when our faith is small or partial.
Discipleship is not a tradition
What is faithfulness? To whom? To what? What if faithfulness looks different than it did generations ago? We will listen to how God is calling us into discipleship today.
Discipleship with Peter as our rock
We come from a long line of people who have tried to follow Jesus, often failing (like Peter). Christ welcomes us back to keep growing.