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Christmas Eve Service Info

Christmas Eve Service Info

The church’s Christmas Eve service of lessons and carols will be held Tuesday, December 24th at 8:00 p.m.  Join us as we sing our favorite Christmas carols, hear the story of Jesus’ birth, and sing Silent Night by candlelight.  All are welcome!

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“Road Trip Psalms” Sermon Series Underway

“Road Trip Psalms” Sermon Series Underway

As the summer winds down, many of us are scrambling for a last minute road trip. In America in particular, the call of the open road has always been alluring. Certain psalms talk about the road, the path, or the way that we travel through life. Join us for one last road trip as we explore these psalms in a 4-part sermon series starting August 18.

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Delighting in the Trinity

Delighting in the Trinity

Join us for Sunday School this Winter/Spring at 9:00 a.m. as we study the Trinity.  The Trinity is not just an optional add-on concept about God, but central to who God is.  And gaining a deeper appreciation for the Triune nature of God will go a long way towards helping us delight in God more. Our book for the class is Michael Reeve’s Delighting in the...

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The Seven Deadly Sins – Lent 2015 Series

The Seven Deadly Sins – Lent 2015 Series

   You’ve probably heard of the Seven Deadly Sins.  It’s one of those ancient concepts that has managed to stick, even in popular culture, through films and books and advertising campaigns.  The concept was first introduced in the 4th century in the writings of Evagrius of Pontus, a desert monk.  Books and devotional manuals were developed to aid the church in confession and self-examination around these seven sins.    Protestants have historically shied away from these seven, partly because of the label “deadly.”  We have a healthy understanding that all sins, even the smallest, are deadly,...

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Sports Sermon Series Starts August 21

Sports Sermon Series Starts August 21

If you ask any soccer mom about her kids’ game and practice schedule, you might get some complaints about busyness, but more likely than not, you’ll be met with a kind of stoic fortitude: “this is just the way it is these days.” It’s nothing to drive long distances to games, spend several hours at the field, and pay large sums of money for equipment, fees, and training. Whether we are watching, playing, or practicing, we have granted sports a prime place, if not the prime place, in our lives. The funny thing is that we have granted this privilege without much thought. It’s like it just...

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ONU Student Luncheon to be Held Sunday Sept 9, 2018

ONU Student Luncheon to be Held Sunday Sept 9, 2018

Please be our guest for our annual student luncheon on Sunday, September 9.  We wish to be a place where you can come and continue to grow in your faith while you’re in college.  Come at 10:30 for worship and then stay for a variety of home-cooked dishes.  Invite a friend to come with you!...

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