During the next few weeks we will travel the good way, the paths that lead to deeper relationship with God and greater understanding of living in His covenantal promise. We will revisit the ancient practices of Scripture meditation, prayer, fasting, communion, and fellowship. Join and let’s journey together.
This year we are recommitting ourselves to the basics of the faith. And there is nothing more elemental to the Christian faith than reading Scripture and prayer. Join us as we read through the Bible in 2018, catechize, pray and fast.
Our Bible reading plan is based on The Bible Project plan and uses the Read Scripture app. Using this app will increase your understanding of scripture as you begin major themes and books with a video introduction. For those without internet access, the weekly reading plan will also be available in our church bulletin.
We will also increase our understanding of the Faith be utilizing the ancient practice of catechesis. A catechism is a series of questions and answers that help teach theology. We will use The New City Catechism app for this. The app provided a Q&A for each week as well as a devotional reading, Scripture, and prayer. We will also provide a weekly Q&A for those without internet access. Our Wednesday Prayer Meeting will begin by revisiting the weeks Q&A.
PrayFirst. This year we will begin in prayer. We invite you to seek God deeply. We invite you to 21 Day Fast and Prayer. You can download a fasting guide here, we even have one for youth. This will help answer questions about types of fasts and why fasting is still a relevant scriptural practice. Won’t you PrayFirst?
Join us every Sunday in December on an unforgettable journey this season to experience Hope, Love, Joy, and Peace
Over two thousand years ago, a star burst through the darkness and signaled the long-awaited, yet still unexpected birth of a Savior.
Christmas can still truly give us a taste of the most wonderful time of world history. Jesus—the Messiah, the Savior—came as the light into the darkness and stress and pain of the world—our world. That world then, just like our world now, including our lives, needs the light to illuminate, clarify, guide, and heal. Christ’s coming brings that ultimate light through hope, love, joy, and peace. This is the journey of following the star to Christmas—and beyond!
This Advent season, you are invited to follow the star. It’s not just about the destination, but also about a journey we can take together to experience God’s love and grace in the midst of real life.