Faith is best formed when we're together.
One part traditional, one part informal, all ages will find something meaningful in worship as we encounter the living God.
During the summer, join us on the back patio (unless the weather forces us indoors) for a time of thoughtful teaching, engaging music, and prayer.
We’re excited to have the families of Northbrook lead worship on the first Sunday of each month. Northbrook member Steve Taylor will help us with music and our LOGOS friends will guide us through other parts of the service. You won’t want to miss this special monthly service: led by our young people, for all God’s people.
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I remember how the Holy Spirit - on that first Pentecost - helped the first disciples to finally understand the fullness of the Good News of Jesus Christ. We’ll have our own understanding deepened and broadened by hearing from our mission partners, the Rev. Mark Adams and his wife, Miriam Maldonado Escobar, from Frontera de Cristo, a border ministry supported by the Presbyterian Church (USA) during our service. Here is a link to a powerful video to learn more about their ministry on the U.S./Mexico Border.
We’ll also celebrate communion and collect our Pentecost Offering on Sunday. Don’t forget to wear red as a symbol of the Holy Spirit!
Do you ever find yourself lingering over something long after it’s gone out of view? Maybe it’s a loved one who has gone through security to board an airplane. Maybe it's the ripples from a raindrop, having dissipated out over the water. Maybe it’s the horizon after a sunset.
In Acts 11:1-11, the disciples keep looking up in the sky after Jesus has been taken up to heaven. Along come two guys to ask what they are looking at, shaking them out of their gaze. There’s more to the story! This Sunday, we’ll explore the ascension of Jesus and ponder how we keep our eyes on the future in the midst of the present.
The world just seems beautiful and alive and full of possibility these days. And, somehow, with so much in bloom, we can more easily remember that we aren’t alone. We are a part of a larger story of creation… and of God.
When Jesus was preparing to say goodbye to his disciples (in John 14), he promises them that they will not be left alone. The Spirit was sent to be in us and among us. And, and by sensing the Spirit’s presence we’ll just know that we aren’t alone.
For this week’s Family Sunday service, we’ll welcome David Hough to the pulpit. David is a former youth director at Northbrook, and he has some wonderful insights for our young people - and all of us - about what we might discover in the midst of the struggle of faith.
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