Worship & Music
A Different Way to Do Sundays
Village Church: A Different Way to Be Family
The most common way the Bible describes the church is “family.” It’s not a nuclear family, but it does point to the importance of relationships. Over the next several weeks, we will hear from a variety of voices: our youth, anti-apartheid leader Rev. Allan Boesak and Rev. Are about various aspects of our relationship to one another and to distant neighbors as well. Families are a place of love, struggle, pain, forgiveness and home. Join us for this informative and relevant series.
Mother’s Day: What Our Families Teach Us About God
Pentecost: The Birth of the Church Family
Village Church: Everyday Faith
What does faith look like? If you are a disciple of Christ, a follower, a Christian...how does that show up in your life? This series will examine some everyday practices that both nourish faith in us, and bear witness to our faith as well. The series will explore down-to-earth, daily practices that enrich the faith we claim. The topics considered include the following:
When hope shows up in daily decisions
Are you paying attention?
All are Welcome...Really?
Guest Preacher: Rev. Darren Kennedy, Village Church member and Missionary to Egypt
Preacher Zach Walker
The Magic Words: Thank you
How Much? A sermon on generosity
Rev. Meg Peery McLaughlin: Sabbath Observance
Everyday faith and God’s Promised Day (Living ahead of schedule)
Traditional Sunday Worship
8:00, 9:30, 11:00 a.m., Sanctuary
10:45 a.m., Friendship Hall