Sunday Sanctuary Services
8:10, 9:30 and 11:00 a.m.The 8:10 service is a blend of traditional and contemporary music. Praise choruses and hymns are sung accompanied by piano, organ, or keyboard, guitar and drums. A choir leads worship quarterly. At the 9:30 and 11:00 am services, worship is contemporary with a full band and energetic, contemporary worship songs.
CURRENT SERMON SERIES:
Searching for Contentment
Life here is not the final reality. During our time in this life, we have a choice. We can live with discontentment, relentlessly striving after dissatisfactions we can scarcely name. Or we can choose to live with contentment, to accept adversity with peace, “to rest in the shadow of the Almighty” (Ps. 91:1), to trust in God’s leadership over our lives, to believe God knows precisely what He is doing, to rest in peace believing God has considered every possibility and chosen the right course for us.
How does the Kingdom of God grow? How can we flourish in a contentment that leads to more of Christ’s Kingdom within? The answer is to develop holy habits. In short, if we practice these holy habits, then the increase of God’s presence within leads to a contentment that will point people to Jesus, the King of the Kingdom.
Sunday Auditorium Services
9:30 and 11:00 a.mThese services focus on the theme of becoming a people marked by the “Chain Reaction of Praise.” When we praise the Lord with our whole beings, our faith is activated; we learn to pray powerful God honoring prayers in our lives; and we overcome evil with good as we are learning to rule and reign with Christ in our hearts. Informality and fellowship mark our gatherings. Messages are delivered by both laity and staff who are committed to the work of Jesus Christ here at Third Church. Worship style is contemporary in nature and invitingly participatory in nature. Our goal is to become an Ephesians 4:13 gathering, “until we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature, attaining the whole measure of the fullness of Christ.”
CURRENT SERMON SERIES:
Count it All Joy: Paul's Letter to the Philippians
The apostle Paul wrote his most personal letter while abandoned in a Roman prison, where he suffered abuse. He wrote to believers who lived in the shadow of the Roman tyrant Nero. And yet, this letter, Philippians, is the most joy-filled epistle in the Bible.
All are welcome to join us as we continue to seek God’s Kingdom through worship and prayer at our 610 service. The heart of this service comes from Jesus’s prayer from Matthew 6:10 “your kingdom come.” As a community we will welcome the kingdom through praise, worship, and prayer and release the kingdom through teaching, intercession, healing and the prophetic. It’s our desire to keep growing as a people who live out our kingdom identity and calling!LOCATION: Auditorium
DATE & TIME: Third Sunday of every month from 6:10-7:40 pm
CHILDREN'S DISCIPLESHIP: 2 year olds-5th grade; No registration needed.
CONTACT: Mike Redman or Steph Hietbrink
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