There’s something about home. Home is where you relax after a long day of work. Home is where you can let your hair down, because you know the people there will love you, even with your quirks and flaws.
Home is where you feel most safe, in a world that isn’t.
Jesus intended for his church to be more than a school where we learn about God’s Word. He intended it to be more than a cathedral where we praise our Creator.
Jesus intended for church to be a home.
Jesus intended church to be a place where we gather with a spiritual family and enjoy all the blessings of home.
Though they are the closest people to us, related by blood and more, family relationships can sometimes be the most challenging of our lives. They can have the opportunity to be those with the greatest rewards. In this series, we will gain God’s perspective on how to navigate through the complexities of family life today. No matter what your family looks like for real, God can get it on a path towards ideal.
Please join us for this worship series that runs from May 13 – June 17, Mother’s Day to Father’s Day, 2018. Worship services are held at 9:30am.
Peter had doubts and fears, shame and burdens, but Jesus assured Peter of his loving forgiveness. Peter was a faithful follower of Jesus through Jesus’ own power and promise – the same promise Jesus has for you.
Please join us as we examine the themes you will discover in Come Follow Me.
These studies will focus on the following segments of the film:
Your children would be invited to join our Sunday school classrooms during this time. We also invite you to join us in worship at 9:30am on those Sundays.
Below are links to PDF devotions you can use weekly with your family during the Advent season. Use this time to prepare for Christmas and to set a schedule for your family to gather around God’s Word. These devotions will also reflect many of the scripture readings from Sunday worship at Beautiful Savior, helping you and your family to strengthen and reinforce the message of Sunday morning worship.
Download the handouts from our post-sermon studies for the month of May.
Easter Sunday morning is a morning filled with magnificence. Just as the sun rises on a new day, our Beautiful Savior, Jesus, rose again to life. Celebrate the victory God won for us! Regardless of your past, regardless of your circumstances, God wants you to know the joy of Easter. Join us as we celebrate that joy.
Sunrise Service – 7:00am
Easter Reception – 8:15am
Celebration Service – 9:00am