Sundays @ 9:30 and 11 a.m.

Everyone is welcome to attend our weekly Experiences! Our Children’s Ministry and Special Need’s Ministry meet during Experience times. We also have signing at the 11 a.m. Experiences for anyone who is deaf or hard of hearing.

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July Series: Threat Detected

We know the warning signs for dangerous situations. Smoke means fire, green sky equals tornado, and a snarling dog tells you to stay far, far away. But, what about the dangers that lurk underneath the surface? What about the temptations and wrong turns that occur without warning? This series is all about detecting the threats to our lives, both physical and spiritual, by learning from some bad boys and girls of the Bible. Exploring the poor decisions of these figures will help us avoid making the same mistakes in our own lives.

July 2: Samson the Susceptible
What Samson wouldn’t do for a beautiful woman. He was consumed by his desires and constantly pulled from God by his own susceptibility to the flesh. Samson did not want to displease God, but this faithfulness was constantly overshadowed by his physical cravings. Rather than leaning on the strength of God to pull him from these pursuits, Samson relied on his own strength and, ultimately, fell victim to his own desires.

 

July 9: Ahab the Arrogant

Ahab loved himself first and foremost. He was infatuated with his power and considered both God and man beneath him. His narcissism was his ultimate downfall, but his legacy leaves us an example of the poison of pride. In a society saturated with selfies, the story of Ahab is a poignant reminder that our lives were made to be so much more than self-seeking.

July 16: Jezebel the Toxic

The word “Jezebel” has come to embody wickedness and immorality. She is a historical figure of evil influence and a modern-day symbol of the toxic control people can inflict on others. Like the snake whispering in Eve’s ear, she poured her poisonous plans into the mind of Ahab. Jezebel is a warning sign for the toxic influences in our own lives and a reminder that everyone we bring into our lives has the potential to lead us toward or away from God.

July 23: Judas the Traitor

Judas is the ultimate bad boy. He is the traitor who sent Jesus to the cross for a mere handful of coins. Through Judas’ story, we learn that the motivation behind our actions are equally important to the acts themselves. Why do we do what we do? What causes our actions and where do they lead us? Are we on the path to God or are we being bribed with earthly desires into forsaking Him?

July 30: Rahab the Redeemed

In the final week of our series, we discover that not all bad boys and girls are destined to stay that way. Rahab was a prostitute who risked her life to save God’s messengers. She was not trapped by her past – her actions allowed her to redeem herself and change the ending of her story. We, too, can heed the warning signs and allow God to rewrite our own story.

Joining together to praise an ALL powerful, ALL knowing, ALL loving God.

Omni Nights are a pause in the busyness of life. Three nights out of the year we focus our worship on God through amazing music, a short message, and time spent together.

The next Omni Night is happening May 3rd, 7-8 p.m.

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What is Omni?

Omni means “all.” It is a word that attempts to describe an all-powerful (omnipotent), all-knowing (omniscient), and ever-present (omnipresent) God.
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