“So let’s do it—full of belief... Let’s keep a firm grip on the promises that keep us going. He always keeps his word. Let’s see how inventive we can be in encouraging love and helping out, not avoiding worshiping together as some do but spurring each other on.” –Hebrews 10:24-25

Sunday April 1st - (EASTER SUNDAY)

Text Mark 16:1-8

“He Is Risen! He Is Risen Indeed!”

Worship Services at 7:00, 8:00, 9:15 & 11:00 a.m.
Easter Breakfast — 7:30-11:30 a.m.
Childcare available for infants through 3 years old at 8:00, 9:15 and 11:00 a.m.

Theme Easter is the highlight of the Christian year. While there is much more
emotion around Christmas with the many family celebrations and
presents it is Easter that gives Christmas it’s real meaning. So the real
question on this and every Easter is this: What Does It Mean?

Friday March 30th - (GOOD FRIDAY)

Good Friday Tenebrae Worship Service 7:00pm.

12 Hour Prayer Vigil (8:30 p.m. Friday – 8:30 a.m. Saturday)

Thurs March 29th, 2018 (MAUNDY THURS)

Text:Exodus 12:1-28


Theme The Passover account in the Old Testament is central to Christians
understanding of Jesus as the “Lamb of God”. It is also central to our
understanding of Maundy Thursday and why it’s so important to
immerse ourselves in the events of Holy Week to fully understand the
real meaning of Easter.

Questions to Think About as You Read:
1) After reading Exodus why is Jesus referred to as The Lamb of God throughout
the New Testament?
2) How does understanding the account of Passover in Exodus make Easter
more meaningful?

Sunday March 25th, 2018 (PALM SUNDAY)

Text:Mark 11:1

Sermon Title: “Save Now!”

Theme Jesus makes his triumphal entry into Jerusalem.

Questions to Think About as You Read:
1) What would you like to be saved from or for?
2) What do you save? (Things, people, money, memories?)
3) What was the last parade you went to and what was the purpose of it?

Wednesday March 21st, 2018

Lenten Worship 6:30 p.m.

Faith Testimony Mike & Leann Kruempel

Sunday March 18th, 2018

Text:Exodus 20:12-21

Sermon Title: “Making a Good Thing Even Better!”

Theme The first three commandments come first rather than at the end
Theme In the Ten Commandments, commandments 4-10 all have to do with
our relationships with each other. While God could have given us
thousands of commandments imagine the implications if we could
keep just these ten — the change in our lives would be astonishing!

Questions to Think About as You Read:
1) Which of commandments 4-10 (see Exodus 20:12-21) is the most difficult
for you?
2) Which of the commandments if you could practice it more regularly would have
the greatest implication on your life with others?
3) Which one do you find the most joy in breaking?

Wednesday March 14th, 2018

Lenten Worship 6:30 p.m.

Faith Testimony Dallas Johnson

Sunday March 11th, 2018

Text:Exodus 20:1-11

Sermon Title: “Putting The HORSE Before the Cart”

Theme The first three commandments come first rather than at the end
because they remind us of the importance of establishing our
relationship with God first. Once that is established it has definite
implications for the rest of our relationships.

Questions to Think About as You Read:
1) How many of the Ten Commandments can you recite without looking them up?
2) Why do you think they are called the Ten Commandments in The Bible rather
than the “Ten Good Ideas” or the “Ten Suggestions?”

Wednesday March 7th, 2018

Lenten Worship 6:30 p.m.

Faith Testimony Julie Rose

Sunday March 4th, 2018

Text: Isaiah 55:11

Sermon Title: “32 Pages That Can Rock Your World”

Theme We live in a world of “buffet spirituality”. People pick and choose from
here and there to fit their preconceived notions of what they think The
Bible says. About 500 years ago Martin Luther wrote a few pages that
call us back to the core truths of the Christian faith. Though 500 years
old these 31 short pages are even more relevant today than ever as
people pursue their walk with God and seek to create a legacy of faith
for their children.

Questions to Think About as You Read:
1) Who is actually teaching your children about God and The Bible?
2) Have you ever really thought about YOUR core Christian beliefs?
If so what are they?
3) Have you ever asked the question after a sermon or reading the Bible
“What does this mean?”