Join us Thursday at 6:30pm MT online on Facebook for our live-stream worship service for Maundy Thursday AND inside our sanctuary on Friday (anytime between 11am – 2pm) for a personal time of devotional worship. You can download our worship details for Thursday here, and download our worship details for Friday here.
Join me in a “Faith Study” during this season of Lent following our Sunday worship for an eight-session video discussion course, “ProFuture Faith: The Prodigal Species Comes Home,” that weaves together science, inspiration, and sustainability in a visually stunning and conversation-generating way. “Just when we are tempted to get lost in the haze of consumerism
Our father who dwells in the heavens and on the earth, you are holy.May heaven be a greater present reality here on earth,And may we choose to join you in making that happen. Provide us today with the things that you think we need,And may we not take for grantedthat which you have already provided.
As we continue our worship series about the Lord’s Prayer, I’m reminded of what one of my favorite preachers once wrote in a book about prayer: citing several funny stories. Sometimes what the children heard as they were learning the prayer, wasn’t what their parents intended to teach. A three-year-old recited the prayer in this
Here’s our Advent Prayer for this coming Sunday: Ah Holy One, in this season of Advent,we wait for you to break into our worlds, unexpectedly.Help us to stay awake, to be aware, to hope against hope.We pray for your peace in this worldwhen You will settle things fairly between nations, and make things right between
Plan to join us on Saturday, December 18 at 1pm on our church west lawn (on Pawnee Avenue) for a time of singing Christmas Carols. Folks are excited as this was something that many people missed last year at the height of the pandemic. Plan to bring your lawn chairs. Danny White has several stories
To discover the story of the pink candle, we first have to look at the origins of the season and the wreath. Until Advent was instituted toward the end of the fifth century, the only season Christians observed was Lent. As preparation for Christmas, the Church established Advent in the spirit of Lent–as a season