How to Share Your Faith Story with Someone in 2 Minutes

How would it feel to be able to share your faith story (on the spot) with someone and to do it it 2 minutes or less?

Frightening? Amazing? Empowering?  ALL OF THE ABOVE!

And it's not as hard as you might think!!

Allison has a plan to help you think deeply about your faith, identifying the people and events that have influenced you, and a way to organize all the really important details into one story of you and God.

It's your story, and you're the best one to tell it. And chances are, there's someone God has put in your life that needs to hear your story; it's your calling to share it. And after this workshop, you'll be ready and willing. (Or ready, at least!)

Stay tuned for more details on this workshop which will run during Lent.


Valentine's Day Wedding Vow Renewal

Interested in renewing your wedding vows on Valentine's Day this year? 

Whether it's been 1 year or 5 years or 50 years, join us as we hold a GROUP ceremony! (This way you don't have to stand up there by yourselves!) It will be a simple service filled with multiple couples, all remembering and strengthening their wedding vows.

Please invite friends and family to be part of the congregation. Cupcakes will be served following the service.

If you're interested email Allison at albauer@yahoo.com, and she'll save your place!

PS You don't have to be a member to do this--everyone is invited!


Sermon Re-wind -- Making Room for Jesus: Clearing out the clutter of UN-FORGIVENESS

Read Matthew 18:21-35 here.

The Christian thinker C.S. Lewis once wrote, “To be Christian means to forgive the inexcusable in others because God has forgiven the inexcusable in you.”

You see, friends, when it comes right down to it, forgiveness doesn’t really have anything to do with the inexcusable things someone did to you; instead, it has everything to do with the God who has forgiven the inexcusable in you and who calls you and commands you to “go and do likewise.”  

Forgiveness is the antonym, the opposite, of revenge. And it is one of the fundamental characteristics of the kingdom of heaven and of God himself, who, in Jesus Christ, has already forgiven every single one of our sins on the cross. He has forgiven the inexcusable in us so we should forgive the inexcusable in others. 


Something from Nothing: Crocheting

We had so much fun learning to crochet at "Something from Nothing!" Stay tuned for a crocheting group meeting later this month.

(Crocheters of all skill levels are welcome to join us.)

The Inexcuseable


One More Sunday

One more Sunday of "making room for Jesus" by clearing out the clutter of our hearts.

This week's clutter? UNFORGIVENESS

You don't want to miss it--Sunday at 11:00am!


Sign from God

If you're looking for a sign from God, here it is: YOU ARE NEEDED.

Suicide prevention hotline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)