Join us in the Sanctuary for worship and a new series, "Wonderfully Made: Learning What It Means to Be Human”, taught by Dr. Sean Lucas. This service is more casual than Sunday mornings. Hymns are sung with acoustic instrumentation, and there is a short homily.
On "Wonderfully Made: Learning What It Means to Be Human”:
Our present day is profoundly confused about what it means to be human. We see that in gender confusion and fluidity along with transgenderism, in misuse and abuse of bodies in all sorts of ways, in failures to treat one another humanely, and in countless other ways. Some confusion might be expected in a non-Christian culture; sadly, the same confusion exists within the church. On Sunday evenings in the spring, Dr. Sean Lucas will explore what it means to be human in a way that unpacks God’s original design, discovers what went wrong, and points to hope in this age and the age to come.
Grades SK-5 join their families at the start of Sunday Evening Praise, then migrate mid-service to a program just for them named Four Corners. This is a fun time of learning about God's mission to his world using cultural activities, participating through giving and doing for others across the world and praying for the people and countries they study.