Announcing a new Sunday evening Country Western themed worship service. The first service will be on Sunday, February 9th at 5pm. Starting in March these services will be held on the first Sunday of each month at 5pm. Peter Jay will lead these services. Everyone is welcome. Come join us for this casual service featuring old-time gospel favorites.
With school, sports and other activities, there’s a lot to do. We’re going to reflect about being “Plugged In,” and make sure that we’re filling our lives with Christ at the center of all we do in community, purpose and service to others.
Plugged into Community
The world has never been more connected, and yet feelings of isolation and loneliness are at an all-time high. This Sunday we will talk about the importance of plugging into your church community in a deeper more meaningful way. How Jesus intended for church to fill our souls with comfort and belonging.
Plugged into Jesus
Christian community is different than any other group or gathering on earth because Jesus is at the center. We are rooted in God’s power and love. As fall programming ramps up and gets busy, this week we’ll learn how to be plugged into Jesus first.
Plugged in for Others
We are here for a purpose. When we plug in, Jesus fills our lives with meaning; but that’s not the end of the story! Jesus sent the disciples to go into all the world and sends us to do God’s work too.
I remember when I was little, I used to hate going to bed. I hated going to bed, because I was afraid of the dark. My two older brothers knew that I was afraid of the dark, and used to terrorize me at night by making sounds or by telling ghost stories that were sure to keep me up all night hearing sounds or seeing things even after they had gone to bed.
During the month of October, we will be doing a sermon series called: Ghost Stories.
Halloween is one of the most popular holidays in the United States; it is hard to escape its influence on our culture. Rather than avoid Halloween, during this season we remember that Christ is the light in the darkness, and God tells us: do not be afraid.
On Sunday, July 29, we had our last Sunday of the month Revival Service, led by our praise band, seen above. The music included several well known gospel songs, along with a few original compositions by Roger Cregle. It was a very uplifting service. Band members are (from left to right), The Cregle’s: (Zach, Brea, Roger), Jim Kramer, Anthony Giarratano, Grayce Armstrong, and Teresa McGahey.
Join us for our next Revival Service on Sunday, August 26 at 9:30 AM.