Sunday Worship Schedule
7:30 am and 8:40 am traditional services, 10:45 am band led service
Hospitality Hour at 9:45am
Education Hour (Adult Ed and Sunday School) 9:45-10:35 am
Holy Communion is offered by chalice communion on the 1st Sunday of the month at the 7:30 and 8:40 service and by intinction on the following Sundays. The 10:45 service is always Communion by intiction.
“The Well” Wednesday Nights
Join us on Wednesday nights at 5:15 pm for a fantastic meal and a time of fellowship and at 6:15 pm for our Wednesday night Worship!
Daily Readings for February 23-29, 2020
Sunday—Mark 9:1-8 What makes you feel close to God? A) nature, B) music, C) being alone with God,
D) real Christian fellowship, E) the Lord’s Supper, F) other?
Monday—Mark 9:9-13 Who played the role of Elijah? (See Mt 17:10-13) How would understanding this have helped the disciples understand Jesus?
Tuesday—Mark 9:14-29 “I do believe; help me overcome my unbelief.” Can you relate? How do we navigate living in a world where evil exists with a strong awareness of God’s transforming power?”
Wednesday—Mark 9:30-37 If you could recapture one quality you had as a child, what quality would it be?
Thursday—Mark 9:38-50 When you were a child, who was one of your favorite adults? Why did you like that person so much?
Friday—Mark 10:1-12 What do you think is the secret to a happy marriage?
Saturday—Mark 10:13-16 What does receiving the kingdom of God like a child look like?
Daily Readings March 1-7, 2020
Sunday—Mark 10:17-22 What is one of your most valued possessions? Why do you value it?
Monday—Matthew 6:19-24 How has your culture influenced your view of treasure?
Tuesday—Mark 10:23-27 “With man this is impossible, but not with God; all things are possible with God.” What is the “this” Jesus is talking about? What does this say about grace and good works?
Wednesday—1 Timothy 6:6-10 What helps you to be content with what you have?
Thursday—Mark 10:28-31 Have you left anything behind for Jesus? What has been the result?
Friday—Romans 8:18-25 How is the creation connected to the Christian’s hope?
Saturday—Mark 10:32-34 If you would have been one of the disciples, what would have been most difficult for you to accept?
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