What must have it been like to have been born blind, then have Jesus put mud over your eyes, then to be able to see? This week's worship looks at
During our 30-minute time together we hope that you will sing or keep time with the hymns, join in our prayer and scripture-- Continue reading →
Behind the scenes people are connecting from around the world--bringing people of different cultures, nations, races, ages, abilities, beliefs, and all else together. What does the Bible tell us about what we are to do at these exciting times? This week's worship looks at that, using the story of the woman that Jesus meets at the well in Samaria, from John 4: 4-35. Continue reading →
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What is it like to have everything you thought you knew challenged? This happened to Nicodemus, a religious leader who came to Jesus at night when his colleagues were dismissing Jesus' claims, but had the insight to believe their might be more to them. We hope that you will join us for this short time of worship and hear Pastor Russ Smith look at Jesus and Nicodemus' interaction, and see what is in it for us today. Rev. Smith speaks from the Gospel of John, 3:1-17.Continue reading →