Monthly Archives: June 2013

Gathering Around Jesus

This morning during gathered worship, we reflected on the topic of community through the eyes of Jesus. If you’d like to read through the sermon, click the following link: Gathering around Jesus. As we continue to reflect on centered-set community together, … Continue reading

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Centered on Jesus: Community

This coming Sunday, our topic for reflection is community. How do we better understand community when we look through the Jesus Lens? As you prepare for gathered worship, read through Mark 3:20-35 and consider the following thoughts and questions. What … Continue reading

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“The Living Word”

This past Sunday, we reflected on Scripture through the “Jesus lens.” If you’d like to read through the morning sermon, click the following link: The Living Word. As you continue to reflect on the morning scripture, theme, and message, also consider … Continue reading

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Centered on Jesus: Scripture

This Sunday, we will begin a summer-long series focused on centering ourselves on Jesus. When we look to Jesus, how does he help us better understand _(fill in the blank)_ This summer, we will fill in that blank with several topics: … Continue reading

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Breath It In: God Gives Life

This coming Sunday, our Vacation Bible School (VBS) children will lead us in worship based on the VBS theme this past week: Breath It In: God Gives Life! As you prepare for morning worship, consider the following questions: What passages … Continue reading

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“Bring an Umbrella” (Luke 11:1-13; Acts 2:1-13, 42-47)

This morning during community worship, we reflected on God sending the Holy Spirit. If you’d like to read through the sermon, feel free to click the following link: Bring an Umbrella. As you reflect on the morning songs, scriptures, theme, and … Continue reading

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