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All are invited to participate in worship this Sunday, December 5 at 9am & 11am. If you prefer to participate in worship virtually, use the link below or you may participate through live-streaming on our Facebook page. 

9am – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7eML1C9Vr68

11am – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_qdHqVJNV1g

SUNDAY WORSHIP

Traditional Worship – 9:00 AM

Our Traditional Service features hymns accompanied by choir and piano led by Jennifer Roden. Pastors deliver Bible-based sermons each week.

Contemporary Worship – 11:00 AM

Our Contemporary Service incorporates multi-media messages and praise worship led by Jenn Roden.

Discipleship Groups for all ages from 10:10 – 10:50 a.m.

Nursery care provided for all ages 6 weeks –  3 years old from 8:30 A.M. – 12:15  P.M.

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Advent Devotion - November 29, 2021 Scripture: 2 Peter 3:1-8 Reflection: So how are those New Year resolutions going? I am not talking about the ones for the upcoming year but the ones that you made for 2021. You may be thinking “Really, I am supposed to remember them, or don’t remind me of failing to keep them.” Some of those around you may laugh when you make them and say “you can never keep them” or laugh now saying “see, you didn’t change.” Can be a bit disheartening, right? As we read our Scripture for the day we are reminded that the world said the same thing to the early church. “Where is the promise of his coming? After all, nothing has changed—not since the beginning of creation, nor even since the ancestors died.”(v4). And this has really not changed. Much of the world still laughs at Christians for our faith and hope in Christ and his future return. This first week of Advent is the beginning of the new Church Year. As we prepare for the coming of the Christ child, we are also reminded that His kingdom is here and will be more fully realized in the days and years to come. While much of the world scoffs at us for putting our hope in Christ and saying not much has changed, we know that Christ has made a difference in our lives and the world, and will continue to do so. As we begin the new Christian year, what resolution can we make to help advance the Kingdom of God in the coming year and prove those that scoff at us for our beliefs wrong? Happy Advent and New Year. Breath prayer: Lord, May my resolution this year help to advance your kingdom this coming year. Prayer Emphasis: Those who laugh at us for our faith Daily challenge: Take a few minutes to remember answered prayers since the start of Advent last year. Submitted by Matthew Lawing

Advent Devotion - November 29, 2021

Scripture: 2 Peter 3:1-8

Reflection: So how are those New Year resolutions going? I am not talking about the ones for the upcoming year but the ones that you made for 2021. You may be thinking “Really, I am supposed to remember them", or "don’t remind me of failing to keep them.” Some of those around you may laugh when you make them and say “you can never keep them” or laugh now saying “see, you didn’t change.” Can be a bit disheartening, right?

As we read our Scripture for the day we are reminded that the world said the same thing to the early church. “Where is the promise of his coming? After all, nothing has changed—not since the beginning of creation, nor even since the ancestors died.”(v4). And this has really not changed. Much of the world still laughs at Christians for our faith and hope in Christ and his future return.

This first week of Advent is the beginning of the new Church Year. As we prepare for the coming of the Christ child, we are also reminded that His kingdom is here and will be more fully realized in the days and years to come. While much of the world scoffs at us for putting our hope in Christ and saying not much has changed, we know that Christ has made a difference in our lives and the world, and will continue to do so. As we begin the new Christian year, what resolution can we make to help advance the Kingdom of God in the coming year and prove those that scoff at us for our beliefs wrong?

Happy Advent and New Year.

Breath prayer: Lord, May my resolution this year help to advance your kingdom this coming year.

Prayer Emphasis: Those who laugh at us for our faith

Daily challenge: Take a few minutes to remember answered prayers since the start of Advent last year.

Submitted by Matthew Lawing
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