Christians aren’t immune from the stress and busyness that mark our culture at Christmastime, so “From Humbug to Hallelujah” really says it all. The transformation in the life of Ebenezer Scrooge in Charles Dickens’s classic tale “A Christmas Carol” can be the real experience of people this season, thanks to the power of Immanuel… “God with us!”
Whom will you serve?
Over the next six weeks (beginning April 28), we’ll be going through “Gods at War,” thinking through the gods that vie for the throne of our hearts. Together we’ll learn how to recognize misplaced worship in our lives and what to do about it.
This six part video series is based on the book by Kyle Idleman.
We invite you to celebrate Christ’s Resurrection with us this Easter, Sunday, April 21!
Our service will begin at 10:45 am.
And, at 9:45am, join us for coffee and doughnuts before the service!
We will celebrate communion at our Maundy Thursday Service on Thursday, March 18 at 7 pm.
For our first sermon series of the new year, we’re diving into how we can live the victorious life. 2nd Peter gives us both advice and warnings that can help us understand how we can live in victory.
On Sunday, July 15, nine congregations from around Minot will meet in Oak Park to worship together as God’s people.
The featured speaker is a former Muslim from Iran. He will be sharing how God changed his life and how He is working in the Muslim people.
Here’s the details:
When: Sunday, July 15, 10:00 AM
Where: Oak Park Band Shell
Pot Luck Lunch afterwards.