About Worship this Sunday 6/24

Worship with us at 9:00 am, and join us for coffee and fellowship at 10. Don't forget we're moving the pews after the service for the renovation project, so wear your work clothes to church if you can stay to help! Lunch provided. About worship this Sunday: Now is the acceptable time; now is the day of salvation! Now we are in the storm, the boat almost swamped; but Jesus is here now, and when we call him he will calm the storm. Even the wind and waves listen to him as they would to their creator. We also listen to him and are called to believe in the power of God’s word in him, a power greater than all that we fear. (sundaysandseasons.com) About the music this Sunday: We have some "heavy Ba

About Worship this Week(end)! 6/10 & 6/13

Sunday Morning Worship 6/10 at 9:00 am: A house divided against itself cannot stand. Jesus makes this observation in light of charges that he is possessed. He is possessed, not by a demon, but by the Holy Spirit. We who have received the Holy Spirit through baptism have been joined to Christ’s death and resurrection and knit together in the body of Christ. Those with whom we sing and pray this day are sisters and brothers of the Lord. With them we go forth in peace to do the will of God. (sundaysandseasons.com) Wednesday Evening Barbecue and Worship 6/13 at 6:00 pm: On the second Wednesday of each month over the summer, we will gather for dinner from the grill with potluck sides (bring somet

Fun time blessing the bikes!

Thank you to everyone who turned out last Sunday morning for our 2nd annual Blessing of the Bikes despite the cool morning! We had an informative intro by Northfield Officer Drew Wierson and a successful blessing by Pastor David Weeks. Til next time- keep the rubber on the road and God Bless.

About worship this Sunday 6/3

Worship at 9:00 am, BLESSING OF THE BIKES at 10:00 am, Coffee & Fellowship to follow All are welcome. About worship this Sunday: Deuteronomy makes clear that sabbath-keeping is meant for the welfare of all. God delivered the Israelites out of slavery, so they should not ever work anyone else seven days a week. Even slaves should be able to rest; even resident aliens. Yet human beings can turn even the most liberating religious practice into a life-destroying rule. Jesus does not reject sabbath-keeping, but defends its original life-enhancing meaning. Our worship and our religious way of life are to lead to the hungry being fed and the sick being healed. (sundaysandseasons.com)

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