January 23, 2022
Ann Hatfield is preaching
9:30 am Traditional
11:00 am Contemporary
Glenn Kinckner, organist & pianist (9:30 am)
Music quartet (9:30 am)
Worship Band (11:00 am)
9:30 am • Nursery
In order to properly staff the nursery, we'd like to have an idea of how many families will use childcare for their youngest kids on Sunday mornings. Please contact Nancy Brink if you plan to use the nursery. Children and fully vaccinated staff and volunteers will be masked.
KidsConnect Sunday School
9:30 am • Large Group Area
We celebrate with wonder and awe God’s love and all God created. For families not comfortable having their children inside for KidsConnect we will make the curriculum available to use at home. Children and fully vaccinated teachers will be masked and continue to come directly to KidsConnect. All children Pre-K through 5th grade are welcome. Questions or to receive curriculum, contact Diane DeSieno-Lane.
Middle School Sunday School
9:30 am • The Site
Youth in grades 6-8 are invited to join us again for a time of exploring faith questions, Bible study, and hands-on activities together. Youth and teachers will be masked. Questions? Contact Chris Clark.
Journey Class: Forgiveness Finding Peace through Letting Go
10:45 am Sundays Jan. 9 - 23 • Hybrid in Spellman Jr.
In Forgiveness: Finding Peace through Letting Go, Adam Hamilton reminds us about the importance of reconnecting the broken pieces of our lives, but show how the process of grace and forgiveness is possibly our most complete picture of God. In his warm relatable style, Hamilton leads us through the challenges that come with learning to forgive and ask forgiveness. Freedom, grace, reconciliation, and joy are all promised to those who embrace forgiveness. Participants are encouraged to read a copy of the book, Forgiveness along with the DVD series. Even without the book, all are welcomed to join in all or any sessions as able. Click here to attend via Zoom. Questions? Contact Jennie Clark.
CreatorSpace Youth Group
5:30 pm • Spellman Hall
Reflecting on the words "You are my Beloved, with whom I am well pleased" spoken to Jesus at his baptism, we will consider practices that help youth love themselves more fully. Sometimes the external, and often the internal, voices of our lives make it difficult to love ourselves. But to love others well, we also need to be able to love our own mind and body. With the recent surge in COVID cases, we will continue to mask and not be serving food on Sunday nights for the time being. We'll let you know when those guidelines change. Questions? Contact Chris Clark.