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Discover Your Spiritual Gifts!

Each of us is a unique person, created by God with particular personalities, physical attributes, and talents. We have likes and dislikes. Why do some people love spicy food and others hate it? Because each person’s taste buds react to different kinds of food. A food choice doesn’t make someone better or worse than another; it’s just part of who that individual is.

Spiritual gifts are another aspect that makes us distinct. We are given these gifts for the benefit of others: our families, our friends, our church, and our community. When we get involved in ways that align with our spiritual gifts and abilities, we unlock new potential and help to foster a more rewarding experience for ourselves and others.

 

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Member Name Tag Request

New Name Tag Request If you are a member and need a new name tag, please Order a Name Tag Here. Please complete this registration form and payment of $11. If you would like to fill out a form in person, please visit us at the information desk on Sundays

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Sermons

In God We Trust

Throughout the centuries, “trust in God” has been a frequent theme in our prayers, our hymns and our sacred songs. It is certainly a biblical theme as well. There are 182 references to “trust” in the Bible, and most of these refer to us placing our trust in God. In America, our money even proclaims “In God We Trust.” I invite you to join us for worship this weekend as we take a look at Psalm 105 and at the refrain, “In God We Trust.” Does that mean that we expect God will “fix” everything? What about free will? How should we really trust in God?

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