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The story of God can be found in the stories of His people.

Easter and the New Normal

There’s been a lot of adjustment the past few weeks. And while we cannot celebrate Easter weekend together in person, we encourage you to embrace the new. Don’t just “settle” for less, but truly dive in. Because what we are celebrating is the same, regardless of how we celebrate. And this year, if you let it, all the new might mean you experience Easter weekend in a deeper and more powerful way than ever before.

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The Importance of Creativity During a Crisis

Life has been interrupted leaving us scrambling to figure out what this mean for us. God made us creative, expressive people and while technology is keeping us all connected during these unsettling days, there’s also a need to be able to express ourselves through physical exercise as well as doing some hands-on creating.

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With Great Expectation

God is ready to receive whatever we are bringing to him, at any time, in whatever condition, whatever our circumstances. Nothing is too much for him; our grief, our fear, whatever it is, God’s arms are open to accept our heavy burdens. He wants us to come to him, trusting, with great expectation that He hears and cares about us.

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Living Life Under a Stay-at-Home Order

This time of social isolation creates space for a lot of reflection and discovery. For David White, one of our elders, it has lead to a new perspective on the story in Mark about the leper who asks Jesus to heal him. The healing was about so much more than the physical restoration … it restored him to community.

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Join our new virtual small group.

In these days of social distancing and #stayathome we still need community. Connection is more important than ever before. Now is not the time to muscle through on your own. We are launching our first ever, online only, virtual small group. Would you join us?

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Presence Weekend … our last time together for a while.

Each year we hold our spring women’s conference the second weekend in March. This year, Janae felt we were supposed to hold it one week earlier. So we did. Now we know why. 2 days. 130 women. Worship. Art. Laughter. Tears. Story. Friendship. It was a beautiful, meaningful time together.

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