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Services | Sunday

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Adult Studies | Sunday

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Student Groups | Sunday

7th-8th: 9:30 AM | 7th-12th: 10:50 AM

Children’s | Sunday

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ReEngage

Re|Engage FAS

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These are the most frequently asked questions statements that I get about Re|Engage, and they are in no particular order. I see people with these orange t-shirts everywhere. We are running our second closed pilot. It’s a pilot because it’s not the full running program. It has a beginning and will have an end. It’s closed because we’re only advertising it inside the walls of our church. The reason we’re doing it is so that we can get leaders that will eventually help us run it (by being facilitators, logistical coordinators, etc…) on a weekly basis, when and if we open…

A Melody from Michael J – Praise and Prayer

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The titles “Psalms” and “Psalter” came from the Septuagint, which was the pre-Christian Greek translation of the Old Testament. This originally referred to stringed instruments, i.e., harp, lyre, and lute, but then referred to songs sung to the accompaniment of those instruments. The traditional Hebrew title was tehillim meaning “praises”, even though many of the psalms are tephilloth meaning “prayers”. This collection of collections of praise and prayers spanned centuries. The word selah is found 39 times in the Psalms. It is believed by many that selah calls for a brief musical interlude or response by the congregation. So why…

A Melody from Michael J – Our Worship Priorities?

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If someone were to ask if we are a worshipping culture, most would say, “Not really.” But our actions speak differently. We have weekly gatherings of up to 100,000 frenzied fans watching a ceremony of men dressed in very strange costumes acting out a violent drama of conquest. Hundreds of thousands of others stay at home and join in the ceremony by way of a small, sometimes large glowing shrine set up in the media room or the family room. Fans of professional football are probably not even aware that their behavior could be described as worship. Or consider how…

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− Christi Hernandez

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"The music, the preaching and the people in the class we attend are all excellent, and we feel this is where God wants us!"

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