This time of year is often a time of renewal, especially for those with school-age children. Even for those of us who haven't set foot in a classroom this century, it can be a time for reinvention and renewal, getting back to a routine after a more relaxed summer. In very personal letters to fellow followers of Jesus, Paul outlines some of the most practical transformation that occur in the life of a disciple, ranging from the reconciliation of broken relationships to finding peace in a world bent on possession. Christ is making all things new, even us. As students head back to school, and summer gives way to fall, this series reminds disciples of every age and stage that it’s never too late to make a new start.
Our Saturday evening service meets in our fellowship hall and is a very informal gathering.
This service meets in our sanctuary, and is typically an hour long. Dress code ranges from shorts and T-shirts to the Sunday best.
Every 3rd Sunday of the month we feature a Contemporary style to our worship, using songs that you might hear on the radio (such as KLOVE or Life 96.5).
We offer a variety of Sunday School classes for kids, youth, and adults! If you have been attending classes your whole life, or are just starting to learn, we have a class for you!
This service will typically last only 15 minutes. The music and the message is focused towards youth, but all ages are welcome!
Our Wild Wednesday classes are from 6:45 - 8:15 pm. During that time, we will share in worship and study groups for PreK - 5th Grade, Middle School, High School, and adults.
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