June 1: Blessing of the Animals

Join us in a multigenerational service this Sunday to celebrate our companion animals. Our furry, feathered, finned, and otherwise animals are more than pets to many of us—they are soulful companions who enrich our lives and teach us lessons of compassion, play and responsibility. Bring your well-behaved animal friend with you to a multigenerational service this Sunday and join Rev.  Terry […]

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ONE SERVICE AT 10:00 AM THIS WEEK Worship Leader–Susan Burnore and Paul Burnore Music—Edward Lawrence Most of us do not like change because it involves risk and disruption of our accustomed pattern of living.  Paul and Susan Burnore will explore the importance of transitions in our lives, along with the costs and benefits.    

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Our Daily PB&J

May 11, 9:00 AM and 11:30 AM Worship Leader–Rev. Terry Davis Worship Associate–Neal Steffin Musicians- 9:00: Grace Tian Meng 11:30: The Northwest Choir Cultivating a greater sense of spiritual awareness perhaps comes down to knowing how to feed our souls. And it may be that the simpler the “food,” the easier it is to find spiritual nourishment in our everyday […]

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Mothers & Fathers, Sons & Daughters

May 11, 10:00 AM ONLY
Worship Leader – Rev. Terry Davis
Worship Associates – The Northwest Youth
Musicians–The Northwest Band and Children’s Choir

Join Rev. Terry Davis and a few certain Northwest mothers and fathers as we send three of our high school seniors on to the next chapter of their lives. Our “bridging ceremony” will include special music, words from our youth and the opportunity for all of us to celebrate what it means to grow older, wiser and ready to move on.

This Sunday, we will give 100% of the undesignated offering to Planned Parenthood of Georgia. 

Note that this week there will be only one service only at 10:00 AM. The Volunteer Fair will take place following the service at 11:00 AM; adult learning programming will begin at 11:20 AM.

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A Sixth Sense

May 4, 2014, 9:00 am and 11:30 am

A sixth sense is often  defined as that intuitive thought or feeling that some experts claim might actually help us understand ourselves more clearly and help us make better decisions for our well-being. What is it  exactly? Could it be another way of describing our spiritual awareness? Rev. Terry Davis explores some possibilities.

Service Contributors

Worship Leader–Rev. Terry Davis
Worship Associate–Letitia Sweitzer
Musicians–9:00: Grace Tian Meng
11:30: The Northwest Choir

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