The following is for

March 17

We have two services - one at 8:30 a.m. and the next at 10:00 a.m. Coffee and fellowship follow each service.


Open Communion is held every Sunday at the 8:30 service. It is also held the first Sunday of each month at the 10:00 service. Communion is open to all people

From The Pastor

Highlights For The Week
  • This Sunday is Youth Group bake sale to support their summer mission trip! Bring your money to pick up some goodies!
  • New Bible Study starts Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. Bring yourself and your Bible!
  • Service Saturday is this weekend at 9 :00 a.m.!

Greetings Beloved Church,

What a worship celebration last Sunday for the first Sunday of Lent! I want to invite you into a spiritual discipline for these forty days. Whether that is reading your bible for forty days, or praying every day, fasting from something (food, tv, social media etc) or meditating on a word each day, or picking up a devotional book. Maybe even find a person in church and say can we support one another in this? I can check in with you and you can check in with me? I know it is vulnerable to hold each other accountable. I don’t know about you, but I always do better when I have a supportive group that is encouraging me.


I am praying for each of you. We are all carrying a lot in our lives. The weight of work, relationships, the world, and just various problems. It is really hard to do on your own. I am grateful to walk with each of you wherever you are at in your lives. I am deeply humbled and honored that you feel comfortable to come talk to me when you are struggling. I want to hold the light of Jesus for you when you are weary and overwhelmed. I also want you to know that Jesus is walking with you right now, even if you cannot feel his presence. He is always with you. You can rely on him even in the darkest times. That’s what we are talking about this Sunday as Jesus declares, “I am the light of the world.”

Come worship with us this Sunday and experience that light that dispels the darkness in our lives. Come and remember that all the problems we bring to Jesus can never overcome his light! His light is for you!

Blessings
Rev. Katie Klosterman