All of us deal with shame. All of us are afraid sometimes. In this weeks story we see how someone who was at the end of their rope followed Jesus even with all of her fear and shame and we get to see the ways in which Jesus helps her stand again on her own two feet.
How might following Jesus do the same for us?
Lets talk about it together.
Sunday at 11 a.m.
Sermon: “Be Not Afraid”
Scripture: Isaiah 43:1-7
The Rev. Mallory Moore, Executive Director of The Crossing Campus Ministry, is our guest preacher.
Join the conversation. Sunday at 11 a.m.
But all of them can go bad.
They can lose sight of their original purpose to foster life, and to support community. Jesus addresses this in today’s reading. So how might we apply Jesus’ teachings to our lives? Lets talk about it together.
Sunday at 11. Rev. Jason Mack preaching.
Our Community Spaghetti Dinner, which is normally the first Monday of the month, will be Jan. 8 this month due to Jan. 1 being a holiday. As always, the dinner is at 6 p.m.
Christmas Eve Schedule at FBC
Advent is a season of waiting, of anticipation, a season to reflect on the darkness in preparation for the light. With the help of a beautiful version of Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah by Pentatonix we will explore this season of Advent and how we might embrace the darkness and the anticipation to prepare ourselves for the coming of the light.
Sunday at 11
The wolf will live with the lamb
The leopard will lie down with the goat
The calf and the lion and the yearling together
And a little child will lead them.