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Sonrise Bible Study: 10:15 a.m.
Celebration Worship: 9;00 a.m. & 11:15 a.m.
(4 weeks on, 2 off)
KICKStart: PreK – 3rd Grade
FireWire: 4th & 5th Grade
Power Surge: Students 6th – 12th Grade
Prayer-n-Share/Core Group – Adults
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Recent Worship Service Series
Wow! The holiday season is here. The Church @ 434 has so much to be thankful for. God has blessed, is blessing, and will continue to bless us as a ministry and as individuals. We just have to say “THANKS!”
There is a factory that seems to be working overtime to produce fear in our lives….
But there is good news, it is actually great news… we can break free from the fear factory and discover God’s great escape plan
This series reminds us that despite the uncertainty of the world and the pressure we place on ourselves, Scripture directs us to release that fear and anxiety to God.
When we do, we don’t have to lie awake at night.
Our shortness of breath can be replaced by life-giving rest.
We can feel a peace that goes beyond all understanding.
We will be challenged to be open about our insecurities and recognize that we all suffer from them.
There is a key verse that we anchor to in this series… each portion of it allows us to anchor to a truth that is explained and expanded in the Word – Rejoice in the Lord always. I will say it again: Rejoice! Let your gentleness be evident to all. The Lord is near. Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. Philippians 4:4-7 NIV
Special Guest Ken Smith joins us for three sessions this week.
We are about to take some thrilling adventures through the Old West-ament (See how we did that?)
When we read the Old Testament, it often seems likes a rough and rugged place – like the American Old West. But when we look a little closer, we see that even in some of the wildest events that happened, God had a plan. God’s plan then is the same plan He has now, to let the world know who God is and how much He loves us. Get ready to giddy-up and Ride for the Brand!
Recent Sonrise & CORE Studies
This series is focusing on the concept of the “fog of war.” We approach the topic with a biblical and historical lens, emphasizing the importance of having a spiritual perspective in times of fear.
You have seen the pictures, at Surge Day walked the grounds and now it is time to dive into plans for the new building as we move towards TOMORROW.
This series is called “Ghost Adventures” in which discusses the Holy Spirit. The series aims to explore concepts related to the Holy Spirit, including the baptism and indwelling of the Holy Spirit.
All of us get STUCK from time to time. This CORE study is designed to help each one of us discover some help in moving forward in our lives. If we can learn to use these 4 words… we can keep going no matter how we are feeling!
Recent Church @ 434 in Motion
In this episode, we explore Southern Christmas superstitions, including beliefs about roof repairs, washing and ironing clothes as gifts, eating an apple at midnight for good health, and many others. Jeff concludes with a humorous note about not listening to animals to avoid the supposed consequence of death. Overall, it adds a lighthearted touch to Southern Christmas traditions and superstitions.
In this episode, we look at an unlikely Santa story that took place in 1862 during the Civil War in Winchester, Virginia. Five young Confederate girls that approached a Union officer for help in buying Christmas gifts for their teacher. You are encouraged to be generous and celebrate surprises during Christmas, emphasizing the joy that comes from giving and sharing with others.
In this episode of “Gee Creek Christmas,” we discuss favorite Christmas movies and suggest some overlooked holiday gems. A couple mentioned include: the 1934 film “Babes in Toyland” starring Laurel and Hardy and the 1940 movie “Remember the Night” with Barbara Stanwyck and Fred McMurray. We conclude by encouraging you to explore new Christmas movies for a fresh and enjoyable holiday experience.
In this episode, we revisit a Christmas celebration in the White House in 1902 when President Theodore Roosevelt banned Christmas trees due to conservation concerns. However, his sons, Archie and Quentin, secretly brought a tree into the White House, prompting a surprising turn of events. Jeff encourages viewers to stay open-minded and discover new aspects of Christmas, emphasizing the element of surprise during the holiday season.