The Journey of Identity

The Journey of Identity

In preparation for Easter this year, we invited people to travel through The Journey of Identity: A Sacred Easter Experience. Participants encountered eight rooms in the course of considering how the events of Easter affect our identity. God knows us fully and loves us fully, and through Christ we can have a new identity. Here are some of the comments we received from people who...

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Baptism

Baptism

On March 25, seven people were baptized. Baptism is a sign of Christian identity, not Christian maturity. It is a public declaration of faith, a symbol of new life in Christ, and an outward demonstration of an inward change that has already taken place. We celebrate the work that God is doing in each of these lives!


Compelled Sermon Series

Compelled Sermon Series

During our last sermon series, we talked about the theme of identity and how our new life in Christ can shape our identity. That leads to this question: How does this identity shape me? Where does it lead me? Our next series, Compelled, will unpack those types of questions. Over the next few weeks we’ll talk about one of the major implications of having our...

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GlobalFingerprints

GlobalFingerprints

Something that seems so simple—helping to provide access to things like food and clothing—can make a huge impact in God’s Kingdom.


Winter Weather Guidelines

Winter Weather Guidelines

As we prepare for the possibility of inclement weather this winter, here is a reminder of the guidelines we use in order to determine whether the church building will be open and whether ministries and activities will meet.


Dynamic Duo—Ushers for 41 Years!

Dynamic Duo—Ushers for 41 Years!

Rob Kepler and George Ludwig have been ushers for 41 years—yes, you read that correctly—over four decades. They have been part of the same team since 1975 and presently work together on the third Sunday of the month at the 10:30 AM service.


Can a Christian drink alcohol?

Can a Christian drink alcohol?

Currently we are working through a series of tough questions submitted by members of our congregation. We have chosen six topics to address on Sunday mornings. However, we received many more than six questions! We will be answering several additional questions here on the website in a blog format.


Why is there pain and suffering in the world?

Why is there pain and suffering in the world?

Currently we are working through a series of tough questions submitted by members of our congregation. We have chosen six topics to address on Sunday mornings. However, we received many more than six questions! We will be answering several additional questions here on the website in a blog format.



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