A note from the Pastor, 7 Jan 2022

Last weekend I asked all of us to take up “The Gospel Challenge” for the year of 2022, which was to read the four Gospels, 3 times this next year.
That meant in January to read the Gospel of Matthew, in February to read the Gospel of Mark, in March to read the Gospel of Luke and in April the Gospel of John. Then repeat the same order for the rest of the year.
So how are you doing on reading the Gospel of Matthew? Don’t worry if you are behind. It only takes a few minutes to catch up but I know that as you read and cycle through the four Gospels three times this next year that your life will be changed. When you are immersed in the life of Jesus we can better see what Jesus actually taught and did and we will be better able to follow King Jesus.
Let me know what you are observing and seeing about Jesus (maybe for the first time). It will be a great way for our lives to be formed more and more into the image of Christ.
Know that I am praying for you and I hope to see you on Sunday!

A note from the Pastor – 12/30/2021

Throughout the Advent and Christmas season we sing, talk, and pray about the celebration of our new-born King, Jesus.  It is a reminder that we truly do worship a King and that His kingdom is here “on earth just as it is in heaven.”
But what does it mean to follow King Jesus?  What does it mean to be an ambassador for the King and to live in a “colony of heaven: here on earth?  What does it mean for us as individuals and as a faith community?  These are some of the questions that we will be asking as we begin a sermon series entitled:
“Following King Jesus”
So I hope that you will be able to join us this Sunday at 9:45am and begin the year 2022 exploring what it means to be a follower of King Jesus. 
Pastor Tim