1st service - 8:15am - 9:30am
Community Groups - 9:45am - 10:30am
2nd service - 10:45am - 12:00pm
6:30pm - Adult Bible Study in the Barn
6:30pm - NoPosers Youth Service in the Youth Bldg.
1st service will
be from 8:15 to 9:30
2nd service will be from 10:45 to 12n
If you do not feel comfortable returning or you are medically vulnerable, PLEASE STAY HOME. If you are sick, PLEASE DO NOT COME. The 2nd Worship service be Live-streamed on You-Tube.
Adult Community will meet from 9:45 to 10:30 for those who feel comfortable meeting.
We will continue to video stream the 2nd service each Sunday.
If you do not feel comfortable getting out or have not been feeling well, please stay home and join us online. We understand and would rather you be safe.
Kidzone and Preschool departments as well as children’s Community Group classes will be open this Sunday. All workers and children will have their temperature screened at check in. If you would feel more comfortable bringing your child into the sanctuary, please feel free to do so.
We will have giving stations located just inside each entrance to the main sanctuary. They will remain in place throughout the service so that you may give on your way in or out.
Bulletins and Listening Guides
All handouts will be located on the sides of the giving stations as you enter the sanctuary.
The sanctuary and restrooms will be sanitized between services. All furniture has been removed from hallways and foyers to aid in social distancing practices to be observed. If you feel more comfortable wearing a face mask then we would encourage you to do so, although we are not requiring people to wear them.
At Michael Memorial, we are a family. We believe that God raises up churches to spread the Gospel, make disciples, and show the world His love. It is our hope that when you visit here, you see that we are serious about Jesus by the way we love each other. We are devoted to the careful study of God's word, diligent service to our community, and sacrificial commitment to the Great Commission. Everything we do, we strive to do as a family.
In the beginning God established a relationship with man whom He created in His image for His glory. However, the narrative of God's relationship with man was tragically broken when sin entered the story. The perfect image of God was forever stained by the disobedience of Adam and Eve in the Garden. Consequently, sin would lay to waste everything in its path; leaving creation fractured and every individual hopelessly enslaved to sin. Sin did not win. In fact, God's mission has always been to restore His relationship with sinful man by sending His son Jesus, "and through him to reconcile himself all things, whether on earth or in heaven, making peace by the blood of his cross. (Col. 1:20)" If all of this is true, what should God's people do today?
Here at Michael Memorial, we are a family commissioned by God to embrace His mission by:
"Making Disciples at Home, Across the Street, and Around the World."
As Christians, our identity and purpose are bound up in one word: Gospel. The Gospel is the good news that God the Father came to rescue fallen mankind through repentance of sin and faith in the life, death, and resurrection of His son Jesus Christ. The key is understanding that the Gospel is not simply the "starting point" of Christianity. The Gospel is Christianity and we are called to live "gospel-centered" lives.
At Michael Memorial, we desire to live every day lives that reflect the life giving message of the person and work of Jesus Christ. All growth and progress in Christianity is a daily rediscovering of the glory, beauty, and depth of the Gospel.