- 500 Years of Reformation
- Saturday, Oct 21: Come Over for A Little Shopping and a Little Eating!
- Bring the Kids for Breakfast and the Bible
On October 31, 1517, a German monk named Martin Luther posted his objections to some of the practices of the church in his time. His bold act of faith led to an upheaval in the church and culture. All this month, we are remembering Luther’s commitment to seeking the truth of Scripture and working to align the church to that truth. Each week, we are telling stories of Luther, his time, his ideas, and the resistance he faced. To read those stories, click here. On Sunday, October 29, at 11 a.m., we will have a special service of worship thanking and praising God for Luther and for faithful truth-seekers throughout the ages. Please join us!
Saturday, October 21 join us for our Craft Fair, Barbecue Lunch, and Bake Sale! We will have a variety of hand-crafted items including Christmas ornaments, unique wreaths, note cards, decorations, and gifts for all ages. Plan your shopping around our Barbecue Lunch, which will include barbecue sandwiches, sides, and drinks. And save a little room for a treat from our bake sale: cakes, cookies, brownies, and other goodies. 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. in our Social Hall. Spread the word!!
Beginning September 27, we will re-vamp our Sunday morning time for kids with Breakfast and the Bible! At 9:30 a.m., we will serve a simple breakfast of waffles and juice. At 10 a.m., Ms. Rose and her helpers will take the kids to explore God’s word. Then, at 11 a.m., everyone of all ages is welcome to join in our traditional-style worship service. Bring the kids, bring their questions, and hear the stories of God’s love! For more info, contact Ms. Rose in the church office at 927-1731 or email@example.com!