Sunday 8:30 a.m. Worship
A traditional worship setting that includes singing hymns of praise with the organ or piano, a choir, communion, and liturgy.
Sunday 9:50 a.m. Worship
Worship God with songs of praise with a high-energy band and an invitation to come forward for communion.
Sunday 11:10 a.m. Worship
Worship God with songs of praise with a high-energy band, a choir and communion.
Join us for DNOW on November 9-11, from 6:30 p.m. on Friday to 11:10 a.m. on Sunday. Students stay in host homes. Cost is $65.
This year’s theme is Messy Spirituality. There is a silent majority of us who are convinced that we just don’t do Christianity right. We spend most of our lives worried about what we don’t do instead of what we have done, focused on our imperfections instead of God’s fondness for the imperfect. Why? Because we’ve been bombarded with books, movies, podcasts, seminars, and social media convincing us that real Christianity is all about perfection. We dare to suggest that imperfection, infiniteness, and messiness are, in fact, the earmarks of true Christianity; that real Christianity is messy, erratic, lopsided . . . and gloriously liberating.
What if genuine faith begins with admitting we will never have our act completely together? Maybe messy disciples are exactly the kind of imperfect people Jesus came to earth for and whose company he actually enjoyed–and still enjoys. If you want to find Jesus, look for him in the midst of burned-out believers, moral misfits, religious incompetents . . . men and women whose lives are, well, messy. Join us this weekend as we explore the idea of Messy Spirituality.
Register below or contact Corey Miller, Youth Minister, with questions: [email protected].