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Rock Solid Relationships
Posted by Jason Danuser on

Happy Easter! Jesus Christ is risen! He is risen indeed! As we continue to celebrate the reality that Jesus is alive, we would do well to remember that this means more than simply he lives in heaven. To say Christ is risen is to say that he is alive in the hearts and lives of those who trust in...

Encountering God Through VBS
Posted by Amy Wilson on

Creekside VBS is a place where friendships form and the Holy Spirit moves. I first volunteered for VBS a few months after we started visiting Creekside. I was a new mom of a one-year-old and a teacher in need of summer plans. However, it was the first time Bradley, my one-year-old, was left with...

Raising Hope
Posted by Karen Roney on

Every month in the Children's Ministry we introduce a new theme and the children are encouraged to memorize a new Bible verse. During the month, the lessons guide the children through a focused life application. Over the past two months, we have focused on compassion: caring enough to do...

Many Paths
Posted by Joe DeLallo on

My calling to join the Creekside Church staff was in full force at this time last year. Throughout my life God has whispered in my ear about where he wants me to go next. I do my best to listen. First, He had me move from my hometown in Rochester, NY to a small college town two hours away from...

Falling Short
Posted by Jason Danuser on

Next Wednesday (March 2) is Ash Wednesday, which begins the season of Lent on the Church calendar. During this season, we are invited to prepare for the celebration of Easter by intentionally spending time reflecting on our frailty, our mortality, and our sin, which should lead us to deeper...

New Ministry - Shine
Posted by Karen Roney on

In the same way, let your light shine so others can see it. Matthew 5:16  As my children get out of the car at school each day I often say to them, be a light for someone today.  We are called each day to bring the love and light of our Savior Jesus Christ into this world. ...

Feeding the Five Thousand
Posted by Rick Cooke on

About 12 years ago Creekside Church began a mission ministry we call "Feeding the Five Thousand"; (FTFT), The purpose of this ministry is to provide food to our Forsyth County neighbors. Each month volunteers deliver groceries including staple items, frozen meat and bread to around 50 families...

Story for the Ages
Posted by Ginny Ellithorp on

When I think about my two children as preschoolers, my favorite memory is reading to them until they fell asleep.  Stories and good books take us on adventures, teach us new things, and make a lasting impression.  Jesus was an amazing story teller and this month the preschoolers in the...