Sunday 9:30a service streamed live & available for viewing later.
In person worship at 8a, 9:30a, and 11a on Sundays.
Make a Difference Sunday Donations for Orphan Grain Train
Through September 27
We are collecting clothing of all sizes and kinds for Orphan Grain Train. They accept new undies and any gently used summer or winter clothing, which is shipped all over the world. Financial donations can also be made to Orphan Grain Train!
The new Orphan Grain Train Lincoln Collection Center is located at 4817 North 56th St, Suite 10, Lincoln, NE., and is accepting donations of clothing, shoes, medical supplies, school supplies, bedding, quilts and blankets, hygiene kits, infant layettes and feminine hygiene kits. Pastor Steve Sirek is the volunteer manager and will coordinate volunteer teams. Phone number 402.416.1972. Current hours are September 24, 1-3:30; September 26, 9-11:30; October 3, 9-11:30; October 6, 9-11:30; October 8, 9-11:30; October 22, 9-11:30 and 1-3:30; October 31, 9-11:30.
Sunday Sermon Series on the book of Revelation 1. Click here or on the graphic above for a 12-minute
animated overview of Revelation chapters 1-11. 2. Click here for an extensive study on the End Times.
We are excited to provide you with resources for your very own, just the way you want it, IF:Messiah DIY Event, and it's free! Click here for more info!
In addition to meeting in person, Gracepoint offers online tele-health appointments. The counselors at Gracepoint seek to be an extension of the healing ministry of Jesus Christ. Our vision is to promote mental, spiritual, emotional, and relational health and well-being in those who come to us for counseling and enrichment services. For more info click here
When God closes a window....
It doesn't rain in the sanctuary any more! The stained glass windows above the sanctuary have been temporarily removed in order to replace, repair and reseal the wall and frame structure around the windows. This should address the issue of the leaks during rainy weather. We will continue to look at what it will take to solve some of the other needs in our church building, which is now about 25 years old.
Home in a Box helps families coming out of homelessness by providing household items for their home. Currently, they are in need of the following items:
Full, twin, and queen size sheets, pillowcases, comforters, chests of drawers, and love seats. Thank you! Contact Gene Troester
Altar Flowers for September 27
Happy 51st Anniversary to Robert & Mary Doetker
In celebration of Kim Thelen’s new life in heaven from Lynette, Kyle, Cassie, Emmi and Kayla Thelen; Allison, Justin, Hadley, Sadie, and Reed Spaulding