As we enter the Holiday season, we see signs of Christmas joy and Holiday cheer everywhere. For many the Christmas season does not bring happiness or joy. The Christmas season brings sadness, feelings of hurt, feelings of loss. These emotions and feelings can feel at odds with what culture tells us we must feel during the Christmas season. As a church we recognize that for many Christmas is not a time of happiness. In recognition of this we offer a Longest Night Service on Saturday December 21st at 7 pm. This service is open to all people who may be struggling this Holiday season. It is a time to come together in prayer and song to be with God and others. As a part of the service there will be a time of healing. This service is open to all in the community. If you know of anyone that would benefit from this service please invite them.
November 23, 2019, 14 N. 48th Avenue
Join us for holiday shopping and enjoy homemade soup/sandwich and pie for lunch.
Lots of hand-crafted items by the our church family. All proceeds go to support mission programs, both locally and beyond. Plus 13 vendors bring their handi-crafts for your shopping pleasure.
Tuesday July 23 we went to Camp Hope and Noah's Ark to serve. We served approximately 50 people at each site. Thanks to everyone who helped prepare the food and serve.