WEEKLY UPDATE / FEB 22

NEWS & NOTES

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This coming Friday, March 1, at 7pm all youth ages 10-15 are invited to a gathering here at the church for a time of discussion, prayer, food and fellowship. We hope to see your kids there!


If you are interested in donating meals to families with a newborn, here are the latest meal train links to participate!

Jeremy & Erin

Eddie & Danielle


This coming Friday, March 1, at 7pm all youth ages 10-15 are invited to a gathering here at the church for a time of discussion, prayer, food and fellowship.

This coming Friday, March 1, at 7pm all youth ages 10-15 are invited to a gathering here at the church for a time of discussion, prayer, food and fellowship.

On March 6, at 7pm, we’ll be gathering here at the church for an observance of Ash Wednesday, which begins the season of Lent. Join us for singing, teaching, and meditation as we enter into this important time on the church calendar. Find more info on the Church Center app.

On March 6, at 7pm, we’ll be gathering here at the church for an observance of Ash Wednesday, which begins the season of Lent. Join us for singing, teaching, and meditation as we enter into this important time on the church calendar. Find more info on the Church Center app.

On March 13, at 6:30pm, we’ll be co-hosting a conversation on immigration with Renewal Church. We’ll have a speaker sharing on how Christians can engage faithfully on the issue. And there will be round table discussions to process together. More info is available on the Church Center app.

On March 13, at 6:30pm, we’ll be co-hosting a conversation on immigration with Renewal Church. We’ll have a speaker sharing on how Christians can engage faithfully on the issue. And there will be round table discussions to process together. More info is available on the Church Center app.


THIS COMING SUNDAY

THIS STORY IS NOT YET OVER
James 5:7-11
Pastor Mark Bergin

Refugees are left homeless. Religious minorities are persecuted. Women are assaulted. Men are lost. Children are abandoned. Marriages wither. Families implode. Too many are lonely, afraid, unseen, unloved. But this story is not yet over. Stories are lovely arcs of meaning when read from above. That’s why we obsess over them, why we read novels and binge television. Yet that loveliness is much harder to see from inside the story. And we are all inside this present story. We’re somewhere in the middle, still too far from the end to see the whole. That’s what makes our pain so painful. What is the purpose? Where is it all heading? Through his servant James, God tells us, “Be patient; endure.” And he gives us good reason: Harvest only comes at the end of the season.






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