Summer Worship Schedule - One service at 9:30 AM
Kids are invited to worship with their families until dismissal for children's worship downstairs following a children's message.
In her Memorial Day weekend message, Pastor Shirley Duncanson looks at how we have been blessed by the sacrifices and love of people who have gone before us. What do their sacrifices teach us about how to live our lives as followers of Jesus? Psalm 8, John 16:19-22 Our summer worship schedule begins on this Sunday with one Sunday worship service at 9:30 AM.
Pastor Rachel Devereuax talks about Foundations. Come celebrate the accomplishments of those graduating from schools and programs. Communion will be served.
With special music and a great worship theme, this summer will be inspiriting at Cross Winds. On Sunday June 9 we start a new worship series that I’ve been looking forward to for many years. We'll explore great words of the Bible that have deep and rich meaning. Many of you know the Bible was not written in English originally. The Old Testament was largely written in Hebrew with a small portion written in Aramaic. The New Testament was written mostly in Koine Greek, which was the everyday common language of the Eastern Mediterranean.
Each Sunday this summer we’ll explore the nuances of one or two great words of the Bible and tap into their big and rich meaning. In doing so, my prayer is that these great words will help us encounter the love and grace and life God intends for us to enjoy.
Pastor Mike Dyrdal kicks off our summer series on Pentecost Sunday as we explore the words pneuma and paraclete – two New Testament words that help us understand and connect with God the Holy Spirit.
Or my life for that matter. The New Testament words hamartia and skandalon help us move ahead into God’s hope for our lives through Christ. Pastor Mike preaching.
Rev Harold Biederman takes on perhaps the most powerful and amazing word of the New Testament – charis – meaning grace, a free gift.
Cross Winds is again going “on the road” to lead a community worship service celebrating freedom with plenty of music. Bring a friend or another family to this casual outdoor worship service. The great word for this week is eleutheria which is translated as freedom. Pastor Mike is preaching.