Join in our current sermon series ‘Failed It’ (based on the show ‘Nailed It’) where we’re looking people in the Bible who messed things up (I can relate to that), but found grace to overcome their failures (I can find hope in that).
Winter Fun Day
Winter is long in the Copper Country, especially if you don’t get outside once in a while. What better way to enjoy the outdoors than with friends? On Sunday, February 16 we’re having a winter fun day from 3 to 5 pm. We’ll meet at the Maasto Hiihto Chalet by the Hancock baseball fields at the end of Driving Park Rd. There will be groups snowshoeing and cross country skiing from there (heading out about 3:15). If you don’t have your own equipment, we’ll have a few extra pairs, or you can rent from Downwind Sports in Houghton (482-2500) or the Outdoor Adventure Program at MTU (487-2290). Friendly dogs are welcome. We’ll have stuff for s’mores and some hot chocolate, and it would be great if you brought your favorite snack too. Call 482-4190 or email email@example.com to let pastor Scott know you’ll be there, to check about borrowing equipment, or for more info. You don’t have to be a member of the church to join in, so everybody is invited.
We want to meet you where you are in your faith life and help you take the next steps to growing an intimate relationship with Jesus Christ!
- Here, you will find a place to become involved and make a difference in our world.
- Here, you will find a home – a place you can be yourself and honestly explore your spirituality.
- Here, you will find opportunity to study scripture and pressing issues of the day with other Christians in an open-minded environment that encourages discovery.
Children, teenagers, university students, families, empty-nesters, and seniors work together to build community and to share the blessings of God with those who are less fortunate.
Now is the perfect time to come and check out the many activities and opportunities for personal and communal growth.
If you’re visiting for the first time you might not know where to park (sorry – we’re working on making it more obvious. We’re all a work in progress aren’t we). There are a couple of parking lots we use across the street, on both sides of the bank building, and behind the bank building. You can also park in the spaces on the steet. The first, or East door is the main door, but either one will get you where you need to be.