Welcome, we're glad you're here!
Hey there! Thank you for joining us this Sunday for Worship. As you know, COVID-19 has adjusted the way we all worship, so whether you are joining us in-person, on Facebook Live, or by telephone, we are glad you're here!
It's going to be a great day! This page has everything you need for a great worship experience today. There is a link to our Facebook live service. You may want to open that in a new tab. There is also a connection card you can use to let us know how to connect and serve you. You can also download the sermon notes for today's teaching.
Our Current Teaching Series
John the Baptist is one of the most interesting personalities in the New Testament. He was peculiar in his dress, in his eating habits, and even in his message. But his importance to the narrative of the New Testament can not be overstated. He "prepared the way" for Jesus.
In like fashion, followers of Jesus take up John's mission. We have been called and empowered to be the voice of God in our community and in our world. This six-week teaching series will help us see our most important mission as we prepare for Easter Sunday.
This Week's Bible Reading:
This year we are reading through the Bible chronologically. We will update the reading plan weekly right here, or you can download the yearly plan.
Monday - Numbers 6-9
Tuesday - Numbers 10-13; Psalm 90
Wednesday - Numbers 14-16; Psalm 95
Thursday - Numbers 17-20
Friday - Numbers 21-24
Saturday - Numbers 25-28
Frequently asked questions
What platform are you streaming to?
We will be livestreaming our services on Facebook Live! Make sure your "like" our Facebook page. Also if you turn notification on you get notified for all our live events.
Can I submit a prayer request?
You can submit your prayer request or even ask for somoeone to contact you for prayer by filling out this connection card.
What are the safety guidelines for in person worship?
How do I decide if in-person worship or online worship is best?
We are still offering services on Facebook Live and through teleconferencing. In fact, we invite you to use these options under the following conditions: