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Dan Mitchum - February 25, 2024

Tomorrow is Communion Sunday. The Lord’s Supper is a joyous celebration of the gift of God’s grace. It is also a solemn reminder that Jesus bought our salvation with His broken body and shed blood. Jesus invites us to meet Him at His table, to which He comes to give Himself to us. Tomorrow, we’ll discover the deep meaning of Communion, and how it fills us with the assurance of God’s love for us. Please take time tonight or tomorrow morning to prepare your heart to receive the Lord’s Supper.

Tomorrow is Communion Sunday. The Lord’s Supper is a joyous celebration of the gift of God’s grace. It is also a solemn reminder that Jesus bought our salvation with His broken body and shed blood. Jesus invites us to meet Him at His table, to which He comes to give Himself to us. Tomorrow, we’ll discover the deep meaning of Communion, and how it fills us with the assurance of God’s love for us. Please take time tonight or tomorrow morning to prepare your heart to receive the Lord’s Supper.

Dan Mitchum - November 20, 2022

Giving Thanks Always for All Things

Happy Thanksgiving church family! We’re looking forward to a very special time together with thanksgiving hymns, responsive readings, a message of gratitude and the sharing of the body and blood of Christ through communion. In addition, there will be a time to corporately hear from each other about God's goodness in our lives. Please consider sharing a brief testimony answering the questions: "What do you have to be thankful for… in the way God is at work in your life? In the way God is at work in our church and community?" We're looking forward to a wonderful time of worship and Thanksgiving celebration! We can’t wait to see you Sunday.

Scripture References: 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18

From Series: "Thanksgiving"

Happy Thanksgiving church family! We’re looking forward to a very special time together with thanksgiving hymns, responsive readings, a message of gratitude and the sharing of the body and blood of Christ through communion. In addition, there will be a time to corporately hear from each other about God's goodness in our lives. Please consider sharing a brief testimony answering the questions: "What do you have to be thankful for… in the way God is at work in your life? In the way God is at work in our church and community?" We're looking forward to a wonderful time of worship and Thanksgiving celebration! We can’t wait to see you Sunday.

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Dan Mitchum - November 20, 2022

Giving Thanks Always for All Things

Happy Thanksgiving church family! We’re looking forward to a very special time together with thanksgiving hymns, responsive readings, a message of gratitude and the sharing of the body and blood of Christ through communion. In addition, there will be a time to corporately hear from each other about God's goodness in our lives. Please consider sharing a brief testimony answering the questions: "What do you have to be thankful for… in the way God is at work in your life? In the way God is at work in our church and community?" We're looking forward to a wonderful time of worship and Thanksgiving celebration! We can’t wait to see you Sunday.

Scripture References: 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18

From Series: "Thanksgiving"

Happy Thanksgiving church family! We’re looking forward to a very special time together with thanksgiving hymns, responsive readings, a message of gratitude and the sharing of the body and blood of Christ through communion. In addition, there will be a time to corporately hear from each other about God's goodness in our lives. Please consider sharing a brief testimony answering the questions: "What do you have to be thankful for… in the way God is at work in your life? In the way God is at work in our church and community?" We're looking forward to a wonderful time of worship and Thanksgiving celebration! We can’t wait to see you Sunday.

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