“The Mission of the Church”

Call To Worship Assemble with songs on your lips and expectations in your hearts. Be exalted, O God, above the heavens, and let your glory be over all the earth. Look not to things that are seen, but to realities that are unseen. For things that are seen are transient, but things that are unseen are eternal. Give thanks to God among all the people; praise God among all the nations. God’s steadfast love and faithfulness lift us up and save us.

“The Mission of the Church”2021-07-07T19:41:46+00:00

The Intersection of Mission and Fishin!

Christ Works! Apart from the cross, the fish symbol is probably the most recognized symbol of Christian faith. It is found on cars, Bible covers, church logos, and more. When people ask about its meaning, I usually point out its Greek acronym as Jesus Christ, God’s Son, Savior. Taking the first letter from each word in that phrase, we have the Greek word for “fish” (icthus). The fish symbol also reminds us of the signs of Jesus’ ministry. In John 21:13 at the Sea of Galilee Jesus performed His final miracle—Disciples would be left amazed, after fishing long hours without success, Jesus provided the best big fish story ever told, and it did not conclude with the one that got away!

The Intersection of Mission and Fishin!2021-04-28T17:47:49+00:00

Sunday morning Youth gatherings are back!

Sunday morning Youth gatherings are back! Gary Clark and Larry Sullivan are meeting with combined 6-12th graders in the upstairs Great Expectations

Sunday morning Youth gatherings are back!2021-04-28T17:54:55+00:00
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