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Caring For Our First Responders

Hello, Church family!  Our first responders are such an important part of our community and we want to celebrate and help them in whatever way we can. I am excited to announce a tangible way we can help in this current season of life. This coming Thursday, April 9 from 8 am – 4pm in our main parking lot, 3R’s Construction will be using a thermal fog that is proven to destroy COVID-19. Many first responders including Police, Firefighters, and…

7 Days of Prayer

Psalm 34:17, “When the righteous cry for help, the Lord hears and delivers them out of all their troubles.” In times of trouble, in times of crisis, when trials come our way, we can and need to run to our God. In times of worship and praise, we can and need to run to our God. In times of anxiety and fear, we can and need to run to our God. And in this season of Covid19, not only our church, but our whole…

MStar Kids – Preschool

Hi Mstar Kids Parents! In this week’s lesson for our preschool and younger kiddos, teacher Beth and Claire lead songs and share a story about Jesus praying in the garden. See the video teaching below! Today’s true Bible story is going to teach us that God hears me when I pray.  That’s our Big Idea for the day. In fact, that’s what our memory verse from the Bible tells us. BIG IDEA: God hears me when I pray. BIBLE BASIS: Matthew 26:36–56 KEY VERSE: “You…

MStar Kids – Elementary School

Hi Mstar Kids parents! It’s hard to believe, but Easter is almost here. With that in mind, this Sunday we’re learning about the saddest day of the Holy Week—the day Jesus died on the cross. As sad as it is, though, it’s such an important part of the Gospel story. There is no, “He is risen,” without their first being “My God, My God, why have you forsaken me?” When you’re ready, watch the lesson video with your kids. This…

10-Day Family Easter Devotionals

The purpose of this devotional is to give you, as a parent, a tool to meaningfully connect with your kids for ten days as you prepare for Easter, starting April 3. Each of these ten devotionals includes a brief description you can read to your kids as well as a Scripture reading and questions you can discuss as a family. You can complete each devotional in less than ten minutes, but we hope you won’t feel rushed. The goal is to…