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Worship & Study – February 4 & 5, 2023

See below for all of our worship links and information and Education Hour information. We are currently worshiping in-person (masks optional) in addition to online. Saturday Traditional Worship – 5:30 p.m. Our Saturday service uses the same order as our Sunday morning traditional service but is in-person only. It’s a smaller crowd who are very friendly and welcoming of guests and regular Sunday attenders alike. If you’re looking for a good “first step” back into in-person worship, this service has…

Worship & Study-January 28 & 29, 2023

See below for all of our worship links and information and Education Hour information. We are currently worshiping in-person (masks optional) in addition to online. Saturday Traditional Worship – 5:30 p.m. Our Saturday service uses the same order as our Sunday morning traditional service but is in-person only. It’s a smaller crowd who are very friendly and welcoming of guests and regular Sunday attenders alike. If you’re looking for a good “first step” back into in-person worship, this service has…

Education Hour -January 8 to February 19

Adult Classes – 7 weeks Cat and Dog Theology Would you like to grow in your understanding of Who God really is and what He is really like? This class tackles some of the most intriguing questions about God and our relationship with Him. What exactly is our relationship supposed to look like? Who does God live for? What’s the difference between a “help me” prayer and a “cause me” prayer? And what in the world do cats and dogs have…
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Sunday Worship – January 1, 2023

See below for all of our Sunday worship links and Education Hour information. We are currently worshiping in-person in addition to online. There are no classes during Education Hour (10-11 a.m.) today. Traditional Worship – 8:45 a.m. Contemporary Worship – 11:15 a.m. Education Hour – 10 a.m. Classes resume for students and adults on January 8, 2023.

Throwups and Wakeups and Dinner, Oh My!

Things are not always what they seem. Knowing how important a good night’s rest is for health and well-being, people often ask me how much sleep I get—and for good reason. As a mother of five kids, I’ve spent many nights awake, feeding and soothing babies, cleaning up vomit from sick kids, and tending children having an asthma attack at 2 a.m. The assumption is that being up with kids at night is torturous and completely exhausting. And while the…

The Nose

A few years into our marriage, my husband started calling me “The Nose.” There was some irony in this because it is my husband’s side of the family that is known for their large noses. But the reason Phil gave me this nickname had nothing to do with the size of my nose. In fact, it is pretty small. Rather, by the time our fifth anniversary rolled around, I had smelled four different gas leaks in the various apartments and…

Such a Birth

When I was pregnant with my first child, my husband and I took a childbirth class at the local hospital where I would be giving birth. It was not a class that favored natural childbirth per se—it was more of an overview of the different ways that women give birth, whether that be with many interventions like epidurals and Caesarean sections, or with few. I loved the vibe of the class—the happy expectant parents, the supportive dads who wanted what…
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Singing the Psalms – November 2, 2022

Over the course of 4 weeks, we will reflect on 8 different psalms. Service starts at 7 p.m. in the Lower Level, but we’ll have coffee, water, and tea available at 6:45 if you want to come early and enjoy some fellowship. Bring your own mug or use one of ours! If you’d like to follow along with the Psalms in your own Bible, bring it along. We’ll be using English Standard Version (ESV) for public reading. This week we…