We Have A Savior – Christmas Eve 2014

Posted by on Dec 16, 2014 in Families, Men, Women, Youth

We Have A Savior – Christmas Eve 2014

Join us this Christmas Eve, as we celebrate the birth of the One who has come to save us! Part worship night, part concert, this is a wonderful opportunity to invite family and friends to discover that God is with us. He is the one who gives us hope, joy, and lifts us up in our brokenness. So join us on Wednesday, December 24th, at 7:00 PM in our main Worship Center. This is a family event, and will end with our traditional candle-lighting service. What better gift could you give someone than pointing them to the One who gives us life? Join our Facebook Event to connect with other members of our Valley...

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Serving in San Vicente

Posted by on Jul 3, 2014 in Blog, Serve, Service, Youth

Our Team has been serving at Iglesia Nazareno in San Vicente, Baja all week, and if a picture is worth a thousand words, you can be sure that God is on the move in Mexico.  Take a look at some of these photos from our team.  (Pictures courtesy Sarah...

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Church Directory Photos

Posted by on Apr 10, 2013 in Children, Families, Men, Women, Youth

We’ll take several shots of your entire family, then, together, we’ll choose your favorite for inclusion in our church directory.  Your family will receive a FREE 8×10 of your favorite photo, too! Tips for taking a great Family Portrait: Coordinate, but don’t match.  While you definitely don’t want the colors in the photo to clash, keep your photos interesting by letting everyone wear something different.  Just make sure you don’t have too busy patterns/designs in the group!  When in doubt, stick to solids in different shades of the same color. Be comfortable.  If you’re uncomfortable, it will show in your picture.  Choose an outfit that you’re confident in and that’s comfortable for you to wear. Be casual.  Sometimes, portraits can be stressful, but if you set out to have a good time, not only will you get a great photo, you’ll have an awesome time during your session. Be willing to cut loose.  Remember, the camera captures more than you think it does, so if you’re stiff and stressed, you’ll see that in the final product.  Besides, the best family portraits are the ones that show your family’s personality.  So cut loose, have fun, and be willing to be a little silly.  Trust us, the final product will be great! Special note for families with young children: Sometimes The Littles don’t cooperate.  It’s okay! Having your picture taken can be confusing and a little scary for the little guys.  Make sure that Mom and Dad and any bigger kids keep the pose and stay smiling, and let the photographer worry about getting the right shot of Mr. Fussy. Book Your Appointment Online!...

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Grant Norsworthy: Word & Song

Posted by on Feb 7, 2013 in Children, Families, Men, Women, Youth

Grant Norsworthy: Word & Song

In Concert Sunday, February 24, 2013 9:00 • 10:30 • 6:30 Through stories, word pictures and songs, Grant Norsworthy possesses a rare ability to reshape sometimes-overwhelming concepts into deep-yet-simple thoughts that propel listeners to realization and action. Now based in Nashville, TN but originally from Australia, Grant’s style is unconventional, immediate and energizing. Grant is a qualified, experienced teacher and a sought-after speaker at festivals, conferences, colleges, church services, workshops and other events across the USA and many parts of the world. As the bassist with top CCM bands such as PC3 (Paul Colman Trio) and Sonicflood, he is also a Grammy® nominated and Dove Award winning musician. Grant Norsworthy speaks and sings passionately about life, the true nature of worship, how true worship relates to the “least of these” (Matt 25:31-46) and, above all, following Jesus. In 2012, Grant released in first solo album – 12 original recordings that bounce in style from acoustic to pop to rock and back again. The album includes many of Grant’s live favorites including “Jesus Loves Me (I Need More)”, “My Declaration” and his rendition of the classic hymn “Be Thou My Vision”. With a relaxed, disarming manner, fresh Aussie humor, award-winning musicianship, and healthy self-analysis, he is sure to engage, encourage and challenge any audience....

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The Madrigal Dinner

Posted by on Nov 6, 2012 in Children, Families, Men, Women, Youth

The Wife of Bath’s Tale This evening’s story is loosely adapted from Geoffrey Chaucer’s 12th century classic, “The Wife of Bath’s Tale,” contained in the larger work, The Canterbury Tales. Chaucer compiled the tales told by the faithful pilgrims each evening as they gathered around the warm fire on their way to the church at Canterbury. A most outstanding tale was told by a woman who hailed from the town of Bath. Having had five husbands, she glibly called herself the “Wife of Bath.” Considering herself an authority on men and women, the Wife of Bath relates a desperate tale of a knight in King Arthur’s court who betrays a maiden. In lieu of removing his head for his crime against womanhood, the Queen gives him an impossible task: discover what it is that women want most, and bring the answer to the ladies of the court. If all the ladies in the court agree, the knight lives, but if only one of the fairer sex disagrees with the knight’s answer, “Off with his head!” What adventure awaits our knight this night? Will he find an answer with which all women agree? Eat up, dear guests, relax and see! A 3-Course Dinner is included with your ticket. [display_single_event...

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