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Who We Are
- We strive to learn how to offer love the way God does, with no strings attached, no conditions, no tests to pass, no standards to achieve;
- We want to see each person – no exceptions – as beloved by God, so we declare that our doors, hearts, ministries and membership is open to all children of God, no matter their marital or family status, age, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, race, ethnicity, education, citizenship, mental or physical capacity, economic situation or what their personal spiritual journey or faith tradition was or is now.
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9:00 guitars, drums, keyboard and voices
11:00 organ, handbells, choir or special music, and hymnal
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We CONNECT by:
- Welcoming stranger and friend … through the doors of our church and into the life of Christ.
- Worshiping God with eagerness and delight … by creating God-encountering experiences that can refresh the human spirit and transform lives.
- Seeking spiritual growth … by methodically studying Christ Jesus and what He revealed about His Father.
- Striving to be faithful disciples … by accepting God’s call to mission and service, even when we find ourselves uncomfortable and apprehensive.
- Giving extravagantly … of our time, talents, gifts, service and witness.
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A Change of Plans
Friday, November 14th, 2014
The psalmist wrote, “I trusted in thee, O Lord: I said, Thou art my God. My times are in thy hand.”
- Psalm 31:14-15 (KJV)
While I was preparing for work, the phone rang. The message said schools in my area were closed again because of winter weather. I was thankful that students and teachers would not have to travel on icy roads. But as a teacher I had worked hard to prepare lessons for my students — lessons I would not be able to teach. In my frustration, I remembered the verse from Psalm 31 which says, “My times are in thy hand.” I began to think of the day before me in a new way. How could I best use this time? Possibilities formed in my mind, including quiet time for prayer, scripture reading, and journaling. I also found time for some neglected household chores. Frequently I looked out at the falling snow and admired the beauty of God’s world. My frustration turned to contentment as the day became filled with meaningful moments.
Ecclesiastes 9:10 tells us, “Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it with thy might.” I wasn’t teaching, and the day did not go as I had planned. But through God’s guidance, I still spent time doing meaningful work. After all, my times are always in God’s hands.