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Welcome

Compelled by God's amazing love as shown through the gift of Jesus Christ, Neland Church is called to live faithfully by building Christ-centered relationships that disciple and encourage all his people, as we worship, serve, and grow in this place. Our mission is to make the gospel a reality in our congregation, our neighborhood, our city, and our world.

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Shaping Our Future Together

Neland Church aims to live in true community with our neighbors. To do this, we need to know our neighbors, sharing stories, food, laughter, tears. We need to learn from each other. We need to grow together. Neland offers open space for building this community.

Let's shape our future together.

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Sunday, January 19

10:00 a.m. - Morning worship. This week we celebrate the profession of faith and baptism. Pastor Joel will preach a message from Matthew 3 on the baptism and anointing of Jesus. On this sanctity of Human Life Sunday, we pray for discernment as we care for and value all human life. Loose offerings collected this morning will be for the Neland Benevolence Fund.

After service: Join us for coffee, juice and cookies and a time of fellowship on the lower level.

11:15 -12:10 - Church school for children in grades 2-8, catechism for grades 9-12.

11:25 -12:10 - Adult education in the sanctuary. This morning’s session will be led by David Warners and Matthew Heun, co-editors of a new book published by Calvin University on creation care entitled, “Beyond Stewardship: New Approaches to Creation Care” (2019). They will share some of the stories and inspirations from the book.

12:15 p.m. - Visitors’ potluck, hosted by the Miller/Dykstra household, on the lower level.

5:00 p.m. - Evening worship at Raybrook Manor, in the Friendship Room. Join us for a time of worship, communion, and fellowship with some of our older members, as we bring our intergenerational faith family to them! (To get there: 2121 Raybrook SE; enter the main building through the covered entry by the main parking lot. Go through the lobby and take the elevator to the lower level). Our offerings will be for the Pine Rest Patient Assistance Fund, which helps supports patients who come to Pine Rest for care, but have limited resources to pay for the treatment (https://www.pinerest.org).