Does Life Really Last Forever?

This Sunday, April 1st, is Palm Sunday – no fooling.

We are wrapping up our seven part series on the Miracles of Jesus Christ with the story of Lazarus being brought back to life after being dead for four days.  It is a good lead into the story of Jesus’s own resurrection on Easter Sunday.

The miracle of this story reminds us of our own life, which will go one even after the death of our bodies.  It also reminds us that the Lord has the ability to bring back to life our lost hopes and dreams, to pump life back into relationships that seem dead or lifeless, and to lift us up and set us back on our feet when we have fallen – no matter how far.

Join us for worship and a potluck lunch following the service.

The Holy Supper or Communion will also be offered during the service to help us to connect with the Lord and His love and plans for us.

See you Sunday at 10:30 a.m.

When A Little Can Become A Lot

If you’ve ever wondered if God can take our seemingly small efforts to do what is kind and the few things we know to be true and do something spectacular with them, the answer is “Yes, He can!”

We are moving through the series of miracles that Jesus performs in the Gospel of John. This week we look at the miracle of Jesus feeding thousands of people with five loaves of bread and two small fish.  This story shows how a big miracle performed in the world thousands of years ago by Jesus is just God’s way of illustrating to each of us the kinds of huge changes that can be made inside our hearts and minds. Are you ready to be changed from the inside out?

See you Sunday at 10:30 a.m. (Don’t forget to set your clock ahead by an hour before bed on Saturday night)


Miracles, Part 3: How To Get Unstuck

There are times when we feel stuck; when we feel like there is nothing we can do to change how we are, or how we react to things.

There is a story in the Bible about a man sitting by a pool of water in a town called Bethesda. This pool is special because every so often an angel would stir up the water in the pool and the person that was able to immerse themselves in the water first would be healed of whatever disease they had. You can’t blame him for hanging out there and hoping to get his chance. The problem was that he had been there for 38 years already with no success.  It is at this point that he meets Jesus who offers him an alternative solution.

Come this Sunday and we will talk together about how to get unstuck–how to do something different that will change our lives.  Our service begins at 10:30 a.m. There is always a time during the service to offer your thoughts and perspective or to ask questions.

See you Sunday!