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Creekside Kidz Christmas Musical
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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...

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C.O.P. - A Creekside Tradition
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C.O.P. stands for Community Outreach Project.  It’s been a Creekside Tradition in our Student Ministry for 17 years. Students who have been to C.O.P. can’t wait to go again. Our younger students who have been around Creekside for years can’t wait until their “first...

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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...

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Journey to Christmas
Posted by Jason Danuser on

Over the past few months, I have told friends again and again that I need a reset. The past three years have been exhausting in every way imaginable. First, we had COVID and no one knew what in the world to do. Then, as we emerged from the pandemic, we had to face the decision of disaffiliation...

Posted by Jason Danuser on

In my decade and a half (plus a few months) at Creekside, we have welcomed well over a thousand new members into our family of faith, including over fifty this past June when we announced that you had to join then if you wanted to be eligible to vote in our recent Church Conference. And...

Acts: To the Ends of the Earth
Posted by Jason Danuser on

After Jesus was raised from the dead and spent time with his disciples for forty days, he ascended to his rightful place in heaven’s glory.  He had done what he came to do.  Sin and death had been defeated, and reconciliation between fallen creation and holy God had been...

JESUS: Parables from Luke's Gospel
Posted by Jason Danuser on

Welcome to the season of Lent! On the Church calendar, Lent is a season of preparation that leads us to the great celebration of Easter. During Lent, we are invited to examine our lives honestly, to repent of sin, to fast and pray, and to remember the sacrifice and suffering that Jesus willingly...

JESUS:  Portraits from Luke's Gospel
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Happy New Year!  I hope that you have had a meaningful Christmas celebration, and I pray God's blessing upon you and your family in 2023!  I'm excited to share our first message series of the New Year with you, which we've simply entitled "JESUS:  Portraits from Luke's...