Online Worship Hub

Thanksgiving Eve
November 23
Worship - 6:30pm

Sunday Schedule
Worship - 9:00am
Bible Study - 10:15am

Wednesdays in Advent
(Nov 30, Dec 7 & 14)
Worship - 4:00pm
Supper - 5:45pm
Worship - 6:30pm

Welcome to our online hub for all things worship-related! Here you will find our most recent live-streamed worship service, as well as links to many worship resources. We pray these resources will help you learn more about your Savior's love and grow in your faith!

“Advent” means “coming to.” Let's together put ourselves into the shoes of the Old Testament (OT) believers, those who lived before Jesus' had come, and who looked forward to that Savior who was yet to come. Let's together dig into the OT, as our fellow believers would have in the OT synagogue services. Let's together be reminded that the OT was a time of shadows, as God's people looked forward to the “light” of the promised Savior.

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The word “faith” is often used very casually. “You got to have faith.” “Keep the faith.” “Make a leap of faith.” As Jesus’ prepares to make the ultimate sacrifice for all people, he talks about faith in profound ways that are anything but casual. “If you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mulberry tree, ‘Be uprooted and planted in the sea,’ and it will obey you.” “Your faith has made you well.” “When the Son of Man comes again, will he find faith on the earth?”

Jesus’ words are serious and compelling. They force us to consider what true, saving faith is. They make us ask if we have such faith. But most of all, Jesus’ words move us to run to our God and beg him for more of it. Lord, increase our faith!

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Everyone wants to be a winner.
Do people see you as a winner? Do you see yourself as a winner?

The God of victory wants you to know that you are victorious! It's true! God looks at you and sees a winner because Jesus died for you and rose back to life for you. Jesus is the ultimate winner, victorious over all evil–even death! And if you're connected to Jesus, you are a winner, too.

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