May 24, 2020

Attendance and shepherding check-in – click below

Congratulations to our Graduates

Worship, Communion, Scripture, Message

For Reflection:

  • What have you learned or observed about suffering for doing good?
  • How prepared are you to “give an answer” for your hope?  What might help you be better prepared?
  • What is Peter’s message about how we lived before coming to Christ and after?
    • In terms of our lifestyle.  (4:1-6)
    • In terms of our service (4:4-11)
  • Life can be scary.  Which is harder for you, to speak out, stand out or step out?  How might you get better at all three?

Offering – click below

Preschool/Elementary Songs and Lesson:


  1. How are you different than your family and friends?  
  2. What kinds of things has God made you good at? How can you show others God’s love using those talents?
  3. Does God want you to hide your talents or does he want you to use them to share God’s love with others?


  1. Let each person pick an activity they are good at to play together. (sport, craft, game, bake, dance, etc.)
  2. Draw and color a picture of you doing something you are good at.

Middle School Songs and Lesson:


  1. Think about a knife. Would you use a knife to serve soup? Would you use it to feed a baby? Now there are things you can do with a knife besides cutting, but a knife isn’t the best option for those jobs. Have you ever tried to use a knife for a screwdriver? It might work, but it isn’t the best tool for the job. It can damage the knife, or you could get hurt. Knifes are best used for cutting right? You can use a fork sometimes if you are cutting something soft, but if you are trying to cut a steak or something tough, a knife is much better.  That is how our talents are. Some people might be good at lots of things, but what are they best at?
  2. What are you good at? Is that a talent God has given you? How can you use that specific thing God made you really good at to serve God and show his love to others?
  3. Read 1 Corinthians 12:12-31