Growing Connections Holy Disruption

“HOLY DISRUPTION” by Tracy S. Daub
Led by Chaplain Darren Beachy
Growing Connections on Sunday Mornings (Adult Program with Zoom)
Sunday Morning 10:15-11:30 am December 4, 11, 18 and Jan 8

The video of the November 27th class can be accessed here

The video of the December 4th class can be accessed here

The video of the December 11th class can be accessed here

The video of the December 18th class can be accessed here.

The Video of the January 8th class can be accessed here.

The Gospel of Mark doesn’t have a nativity story. So where’s the Advent message? It’s in every aspect of Jesus’ life, death, and beyond. The Incarnation – God comes to earth in human form to be baptized, teach, heal, eat, and die. This is what we celebrate at Christmas. Mark shows us just how radical and celebration-worthy it is! Holy Disruption presents a fresh understanding of the holiness of Christmas grounded, not in a conventional cozy Christmas message, but through Mark’s disquieting gospel. Mark invites its readers to experience God’s disruptive but transformative love for us and our world. This year our church will use the season of Advent to facilitate conversation and connection with each other and the meaning of this time in the church year.

Diabetes Awareness

Growing Connections November 20, 2022 presentation by Carol Wetzel and video by Dr. Roopa Shah

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November 13 Worship

Pastor Ken Locke is serving as our Transitional Pastor. Pastor Locke has a great deal of experience in working with congregations in transition. He will lead the congregation through a time of study and discernment that will prepare us for our next full-time pastor.

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Sermon 2/9/2020

“Channels of Hope — Beacons of Light”

Guest Pastor Mary Council-Austin
Pastor Mary is a retired United Methodist pastor who has served congregations in Janesville-Beloit area, Fond du Lac, Racine, Neenah and Milwaukee. Pastor Mary served as the Assistant to President of Marian University for Diversity.

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2/2/2020 “What Does God Want from Us?”


Sermon:                What Does God Want from Us?

Theme:                  God calls us to a relationship of wholeness and humility through following Christ’s teachings and direction for our lives.

Purpose: The congregation will seek to practice humility and kindness.

Scriptures: Micah 6:1-8 God has shown you, do justice, love kindness, and walk humbly with your God.

Matthew 5:1-12 The Beatitudes.


What kind of person does God want us to become? How are The Beatitudes a reflection of what it means to be spiritually mature? What does it mean to hunger and thirst after righteousness? What is the real meaning of humility and how is it a part of a healthy Christian life? How does a life lived focused on ones own needs less a life than a life that is in joyful relationship with the world around us? How do we come to be people who live the beatitudes naturally?

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