September 26, 2021
Don Lincoln is preaching
9:30 am Traditional
11:00 am Contemporary
Glenn Knickner, organist & pianist (9:30 am)
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 Chris Clark if you plan to use the nursery. Children and fully vaccinated staff and volunteers will be masked. If you are interested in serving as a nursery volunteer, please contact Chris Clark.
KidsConnect Celebrate Wonder
9:30 am • Courtyard
We are excited to welcome children back to KidsConnect in person outside as we celebrate with wonder and awe God’s love and all God created. Children will come directly to the courtyard rather than the sanctuary. Children and teachers will be masked. All children Pre-K through 5th grade are welcome.
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 in The Site. We will follow all necessary COVID protocols, including all youth and teachers wearing masks. Questions? Contact Chris Clark
Journey Class - Let My People Go: Exploring the Opening of the Book of Exodus
September 12 - October 10 • Zoom
This five-week interactive exploration of the opening chapters of the book of Exodus will be led by Dr. Sue Fry. The Book of Exodus has influenced the faith of Jews and Christians alike. Exodus has been inspirational for various voices of liberation. Images of the parting of the Sea and the plagues have been the subject of popular films. This class is a re-reading of Exodus for adults wishing to expand their faith and grow in spiritual trust. All are welcomed to join in all or any sessions as able. Click here to attend via Zoom. Click here to view handouts. Questions? Contact Jennie Clark.
Creatorspace Youth Group
5:30 - 7:30 pm • Outside
This week we'll be exploring the theme and practice of prayer through James 5:13-20. Here's a sneak peak at each of the stations:
ART - We will be blackout art prayers using newspapers and scripture. You can see an example from artist Austen Kleon about how to do blackout art using paper and sharpies.
CONVERSE - Explore questions like "Does God answer prayers?" and "How can prayer help bring healing to ourselves, others and the world?"
MEDIA - Using Typatone, students will create meditative prayers for each other. This app puts music into writing. We'll end by creating prayers/blessings that can be shared.
PRAYER - A space where youth can relax, pray, and find rest. We always have prayer practices available.