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Journey With Us!
Posted by Julie Scott on

The new year is a great time to discover the purpose God has for each of us and connect with other Christians. We are all on a journey to grow as disciples through a personal relationship with Jesus, discovering how God has uniquely gifted us and using our gifts to make a difference in the...

A New Year - 7 Signs
Posted by Jason Danuser on

Christmas is always a wonderful celebration of the most amazing gift in history- Jesus!  But we are invited to do more than merely celebrate Jesus' birth.  We are called to know who he is, to trust in him, and to find fullness of life in following him.  The Apostle John, a dear...

Carol-blazers?
Posted by Karen Roney on

Many of us have heard the saying "it takes a village" when it comes to raising children. This is even more important within the family of faith. Over the past year, Creekside Children's Ministry has continued to focus on creating opportunities for intergenerational connection. Last Wednesday...

Come and Worship!
Posted by Kevin Wyglad on

Advent/Christmas is certainly a special season in the church. How many ways can you think of that Christmas unites people? One of those ways that comes to my mind is the music. It seems to bring every believer together even in their specific worship style. With the countless arrangements of...

Revelation - Extravagant Hope
Posted by Susan Dargis on

December! Can you believe we've made it to the end of another year?(Women,) As we gear up for the holidays and look forward to 2022, we would like to make sure Monday Morning Bible Study is on your calendar.Beginning January 10, 2022, we will kick off our first study of the year with a Beautiful...

Angel Tree and Why it Matters
Posted by Julie Scott on

The Christmas season is upon us and you have an opportunity to make a family's holiday brighter. Creekside Church has a mission ministry called Feeding The Five Thousand (FTFT). These are families we partner with not only to deliver food all year, but we also build Christian relationships with...

The Reason for the Season
Posted by Jason Danuser on

“Jesus is the reason for the season.” It is cliché, but it is true. Without Jesus, there would certainly be no Christmas celebration. However, Jesus came to this earth out of his wonderful love for us. So in this sense, we are also the reason for the Christmas season. And the...

Creekside Kidz Christmas Musical
Posted by Julie Andrews on

I have always loved the message Paul shares in 1 Corinthians 12:12-27 about the church being one body made of many parts, all with their unique roles to play to make the body work. I see this being played out in so many ways every day at Creekside, but it becomes especially meaningful to me...

Children in Worship
Posted by Karen Roney on

We want to take a moment to remind you about a change in Kidz Church that will go into effect on Sunday, November 28th.  As many of you know, the children used to participate in the first 15-20 minutes of worship.  Prior to Covid, that format was changed so that we...