We continue to produce a 30-35 minute worship service for each weekend. Weekly On-Line Services are available each week beginning Mid Saturday Afternoon.
The normal Sunday Morning Schedule during the school year is:
Sometimes the schedule changes. See details below.
Our June worship services continue to be a recorded and available online and through Facebook each weekend. Each service features contributions of many members of our faith community – from their homes and other locations, as well as from our church building.
We will also have another drive-in service at 10 AM on Father’s Day – June 21 in our church parking lot. Stay in the safety of your car and tune your radio to FM 94.1 We have been enjoying these so much we’re planning on adding some more services to our schedule during the summer months. More to come on this.
The first part of June continues the series exploring Scriptures and ideas that have greatly transformed our lives.
Then beginning on the weekend of June 28, we’ll sharpen the focus a bit to explore some of the best known and loved stories of the Bible. During the COVID-19 era, many children are joining their parents for on-line worship services at home. And many adults are giving worship and church a new look on-line. So we’ll dig deep into the earliest stories of faith we heard and loved.
On this day of Pentecost, we are encouraged to let God transform the world by transforming us into people who radiate encouragement and grace. (read Acts 4: 32-37) On this day it is a custom to wear and display the color red in honor of the Holy Spirit.
Be honest now – have you ever gotten bored during a worship service? Especially during the sermon? Or as we like to call it – the Message? Of course you’ve been bored! We all have. But even a boring message can speak to us. And we are invited to prepare our hearts to hear and receive what God has for us on worship. (1 Corinthians 2: 1-5, 9-12)
Steve Weeks preaches for this online service, and explores how a person can deal with upheavals and disruptions in life. He considers how the early church leader Paul handled the chaos that came his way. (see Romans 15: 20, 23-24a)
Pastor Mike Dyrdal preaches on his and Pastor Harold Biederman’s favorite Psalm – Psalm 121. The faithful presence and care of God can see us through our challenges and hard times. We hope you can join us in the parking lot or on-line as we worship and honor fathers on this Father’s Day and first full day of summer.
Pastor Mike Dyrdal kicks off the “Stories that Stick” series with a look at developing courage and hope. Check out the story of David and Goliath in 1 Samuel 17.
There’s been some discussion in the news the past few days about churches re-starting worship in their sanctuaries. I want you to know how we are proceeding with our plans for “re-opening” the church for worship services and other group activities.
Our Cross Winds Board has set up a task force to work with the church staff to recommend and implement a plan for our church’s “re-opening” for worship services and group meetings. This task force includes three medical professionals – Jeanine Ronning, Kara Biederman, and JoAn Baker; and Pastor Mike Dyrdal.
So the bottom line is this: For the time being, we are sticking with producing weekly recorded worship services and occasional parking lot worship services. Expect this through the summer months.