Faith is best formed when we're together.
Join us on the back patio (unless weather forces us indoors to the sanctuary) for a time of thoughtful teaching, engaging music, and prayer.
One part traditional, one part informal, all ages will find something meaningful in worship as we encounter the living God.
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.
…Can’t Lose! Fans of the show Friday Night Lights will remember the pre-game mantra for that West Texas high school football team. It always makes me think about our text for this Sunday: the Road to Emmaus (Luke 24:13-35). There’s so much I love about this text, especially how the disciples recognized Jesus in the breaking of the bread (clear eyes) and how they remembered their hearts burning within them (full hearts) as Jesus explained the scripture to them along the road.
This Sunday, we’ll wrap up the final resurrection story in the Gospel of John (21:15-25). After breakfast on the beach, Jesus and Peter have a heart-to-heart talk. Peter’s three-fold denial is replaced by a three-fold declaration of love for Jesus. And, Jesus is clear about what it looks like to love him.
Family Sunday returns on May 1st, and we hear another miraculous fishing story found in John 21:1-14. You won’t want to miss this intriguing story, as well as original music from Steve Taylor and our young people. Also in the service, we’ll hear from our friends at the Northbrook Preschool and celebrate communion with a special way to offer our prayers up to be “caught up” by God.