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Worship Arts Christmas Production: Christmas Letters

Fri, Dec 14 @ 7pm: No Children's program
Cider reception @ 6:20pm
Sat, Dec 15 @ 7pm: Regular Children's program
Sun, Dec 16 @ 9&11am: Regular Children's program

It’s one of the most wonderful times of the year! (Well, except for Christmas Eve and Easter of course.) This weekend is our annual Christmas Production and I couldn’t be more thrilled with the story. I am so thankful for all the brilliant people we have here at Foothills who act, sing, dance, direct, write… not to mention all of the incredible tech and behind the scenes talent! But I’m also thankful for you who attend, support, and invite your neighbours every year to hear the story of Jesus in all the creative ways we’ve told it.  

If you’ve never invited someone before, can I encourage you to reach out and bring someone this year? It’s going to be a weekend to remember! I hope you’re blessed by this quirky yet deeply meaningful story – I know I am!

Ian Trigg

 

I am Committed

Speaker: Pastor Ian Trigg

March 10/11, 2018

Scripture: Ephesians 5:21-6:4

Family: few things in life bring us greater joy and greater frustration … sometimes in the same day!  Family is so sacred to our God that He uses it to describe the relationship we are invited to have with Him. This weekend, we get to dive into some very specific teaching about how family life is intended to be lived and explored. We’ll look at a few passages from Ephesians 5 and 6 that are beautiful, complicated, and controversial but, once understood and embraced, serve as a pathway to life abundant. 

Come with an open and expectant heart; I believe some families might just be transformed this weekend! Praying for you and our time together!