Join us at 9:30 a.m. on Sundays – in person or online.
The goal of faith is to make every life an act of worship. We worship God through our gratitude, our mindful attention, and daily acts of kindness, mercy, justice and giving. But, it all begins by setting aside time to gather as a community formed by the Spirit of Christ. Worship connects us to God, to one another and the longings of our hearts.
With Glad and Generous Hearts
Lynnewood Fall Worship Series
Day by day, as they spent much time together in the temple, they broke bread at home and ate their with glad and generous hearts (Acts 2:46)
What a beautiful image of the early Christian church! Following the blessing of Pentecost, Jesus’ followers lived with an uncommon joy and generosity. Filled with awe and wonder, they shared with one another so that no one lived in poverty. They prayed and worshipped together, they ate together, and lived for the good of all. Is it any wonder the church grew?
We don’t have to go back to the 1st century to experience these spiritual blessings. Throughout October and November, we will hear Jesus inviting us to serve, share, and love with greater freedom and grace right now. Christ still invites us to live with an overflowing bounty that changes us and the world.
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All parts of our facility are wheelchair accessible. The sanctuary is equipped with a hearing loop. Those with hearing aids should switch to the T-coil (telephone) setting. For those who do not wear hearing aids but need hearing assistance or whose hearing aids do not have T-coils, we have hearing loop receivers. Please ask an usher for a device