We ask God’s blessings on our eleven 8th graders and nine Kindergarteners who will graduate this evening. All are invited to their graduation service this evening, May 17, at 6:30.
This Sunday, May 15, we will celebrate the Festival of Pentecost. 50 days after Easter Jesus sent the Holy Spirit upon his disciples and they boldly spoke the Word of God in many languages to many people and that same Spirit brought many people to faith in Christ. The Holy Spirit continues to come to…
Christian Mothers, you are a blessing to your children no matter how young or old they may be. The most important thing you can do for them is encourage them in their faith and in their relationship with Jesus. Thank you for doing that! And thank you for all of the time, energy, patience, love,…
This coming Sunday will be a very special day here at Gethsemane – May 1 is Examination / Confirmation Sunday. Please keep our 18 Confirmands in your prayers as they publicly share their faith in Jesus and their knowledge of his Word this weekend; and as they, for the very first time, receive the Lord’s…
“I am the Good Shepherd. I lay down my life for the sheep . . . only to take it up again.” – John 10
Families, Couples, Singles, Adults, Children – join us this Friday evening, April 15 from 7:00 to 10:00 for a family friendly evening of dancing, entertainment, and fun.
Join us after worship on Sunday, April 4 – around 11:45am – for a hot dog lunch and a few rounds of Bunco. Fun for all ages!
Here is our worship schedule this week! Maundy Thursday – 3:30pm & 7:00pm Good Friday – 12:00pm & 8:00pm Easter Sunrise – 7:00am Easter Festival – 9:00am & 10:30am “Worthy is the Lamb whose death makes me his own. The Lamb is reigning on his throne.”
“Don’t you fear God?” A criminal on a cross asked another criminal on a different cross this question. But why? What was going through his mind? What was going on in his heart? Join us this Wednesday evening at 7:00 for our final mid-week Lenten service for those answers and many more!
Surely God is my salvation; I will trust and not be afraid. The Lord, the Lord, is my strength and my song; he has become my salvation. – Isaiah 12:2