Join us this Sunday, November 29, 2020, as we begin our Advent series, “The Gift of Risk.” The Christmas story is full of risk takers; what can we learn from them? Lead Pastor Conrad Esh begins the series with the sermon “The Radical Yes of Christmas.” Additionally, there will be worship, a children’s story, and a time of prayer at the end of the service. Join us! We look forward to celebrating Christmas with you!
We still have 2 service options:
9:00 AM: Masks Mandatory Service (Wear masks during the entire worship service.)
10:45 AM: Restaurant-Style Service (Wear masks until you are seated safely within family unit.)
The offices will be closed for the holidays starting on Wednesday, November 25, 2020 and reopen on Monday, November 30, 2020. You may contact Erin Wallace at her home number (found in the directory) if you have an emergency during that time.
In addition to Sunday morning worship, our people meet in small groups throughout the week. We worship, study the Bible, pray for one another, and enjoy Christian friendships in a smaller setting. Let’s do life together! Click here to check out the small groups we offer.
Yesterday evening, while the Youth met with Anita Hostetler and Abby Talbott, Tim and I joined Ryan Hostetler, Sue Lee, and Caleb and Brittney Planck and many members of The Rock church for a time of worship and intercessory prayer for our city, state and nation on the Union County courthouse steps. It was a […]
COVID-19 isn’t going away any time soon. Perhaps you’ve heard rumors that restrictions will get tighter and seen states like California shutting down once again and have become discouraged. Or the new mask restrictions rub you the wrong way. Perhaps you’re simply reeling at the state of our country or political atmosphere (or the state […]
Are any of you having trouble forgiving the person that came to mind during Pastor Conrad’s sermon last Sunday? I want you to know that you are not alone. Forgiveness isn’t easy and like some of you, I’m struggling to forgive the person that came to my mind. Cognitively, I understand why I need to […]