Rend Your Hearts

Rend Your Hearts

The One Who Comes

Sunday March 28, 2021 Traditional and Contemporary Worship Pastor Cyndi Bloise Next Steps: Attend one or both of the special Holy Week services this week Reflect on and confess to God the times you have chosen the wrong parade

Written on the Heart

Sunday March 21, 2021 8:30am Traditional and 11am Contemporary Worship Pastor Greg Cox NEXT STEPS: Read Jeremiah 31:31-34, and Psalm 51 Take some corrective heart action this week. What needs to change in your life, in your heart? Make a connection with someone this week. Invite them to Holy Week Events.

Look Up and Live

Sunday March 14, 2021 8:30 Traditional and 11am Contemporary Worship Pastor Cyndi Bloise Next Steps: Read: Numbers 21:4-9, 2 Kings 18:1-4, John 3:14-15 Reflect: Are there some favorite things in your faith ritual that once did remind you of Jesus, but no longer do? Act: Choose a way to return true meaning to that favorite thing or choose to “smash” it as an idol.

All These Words

Sunday March 7, 2021 Traditional Worship Pastor Greg Cox Next Steps: Read Exodus 19 and 20 Talk with others about how the Word of God brings life Read and pray through Psalm 19 and examine how the heavens declare God’s praise

What’s Your Name?

Sunday February 28, 2021 Tradtional Worship Pastor Dennis Henley Next Steps: What need might you help to address? When has God called you and how did you respond? Who has most influenced your spiritual journey and how can you influence the journey of others?

This is the Sign

Sunday February 21, 2021 8:30 Tradtional & 11 Contemporary Worship Pastor Greg Cox Next Steps: Read genesis 6-9 Prayer walk – get outside and experience God’s creation and promise that we are not alone Walk in Covenant relationship – talk with someone about something in your spiritual life that needs a mulligan.

Rend Your Hearts

Join us for our Lenten Message Series, “Rend Your Hearts: Claiming the Promise” beginning Ash Wednesday, February 17. Lent doesn’t have to be a somber time; but to be effective, it needs to be intense. It needs to be taken seriously and rigorously, bringing our full selves to the table. It is worth the strenuous effort, as it enables us to embrace the fullness of the promise of Resurrection and live as disciples of Jesus Christ; disciples who make disciples.…