Why Advent?

Why Advent? Sundays, December 1st & 8th 9:15am In the Chapel Led by Pastor Berry More than any other season in the Christian year, Advent calls for Christians to adopt a fresh temporal and existential perspective. Falling as it does after the long summer season of Pentecost, Advent asks us...

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Lenten Wednesdays

Those Who Thought They Sat on the Throne of Power March 20, 27, April 3, 10 Soup Supper: 5:45pm in Fellowship Hall Worship: 7:00pm in the Sanctuary Holden Evening Prayer Childcare is available in the nursery Presentations: Herod Pilate and Claudia Annas Scribes Pharisees Centurion

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Places of the Passion

Sundays March 10 – April 7 9:30am in the Chapel Leader: Pastor Mark We’re familiar with the story of Jesus’ Passion from years of reading and listening during the season of Lent.  During Sundays in Lent we’re going to go to the ancient land of Israel and see the places...

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8 Unique Parables of Luke

Sundays Jan 20, Feb 24, March 3 9:30am in the Chapel Of the parables of Jesus that Luke records, Luke records 8 that neither Matthew or Mark records.  Why does Luke include these 8?  Which ones are they?  How do they fit his overall theology?  How do they fit in the...

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Galatians – Freedom or Slavery

Led by Pastor Mark Wednesdays, 7pm January 9 – February 27 Conference Room Galatians, often called the Magna Charta of Christian liberty, addresses the question of how we are right with God. In Paul’s day some Judaizing teachers were claiming that to be right with God, a Christian needs to...

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Advent Conspiracy

Sundays Dec 9, 16, 23, Jan 6 9:30am in the Chapel Leader: Pastor Mark The story of Christ’s birth is a story of promise, hope, and a revolutionary love. So, what happened? What was once a time to celebrate the birth of a savior has somehow turned into a season...

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Book of Ephesians Bible Study

Book of Ephesians Wednesday Evenings at 7:15 pm, September 5-October 24 In the Community Room at Frasier Meadows Ephesus was the capital city of the Roman Province of Asia Minor. Paul founded the church, spent two years with them, and later wrote this letter when he was in prison in...

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