CenterPoint Celebration Sunday Service Time: 10AM
All services interpreted for the Deaf.
Less is More
Jan. 12 – Mar. 9
In this series we’re learning how to simplify our lives so that God can be amplified through us. We must become less so that Christ can become more in our lives and world. Join us as learn together what we can do so that people see less of us in us and more of Jesus.
1/12 … “Less Me”
1/19 … “Less Food”
1/26 … “Less Spending”
2/2 … “Less Waste”
2/9 …” Less Busyness”
2/16 … “Less Media”
2/23 … “Less Stress”
3/2 … Special Guest Phil Joel of the Newsboys
3/9 … “Less Possessions”
March 16-April 20
In this series we’ll consider how the events of Jesus’ life are linked with our own. Come and see how, despite 2000 years separating us, we are still linked with Jesus.
3/16 … “Linked in Baptism”
3/23 … “Linked in Temptation”
3/30 … “Linked in Mission”
4/6 … “Linked in Power”
4/13 … “Linked in Suffering”
4/18 … “Linked in Death”
4/20 … “Linked in Life”
Our morning generally looks like this…
- Welcome and a prayer from Eric, our worship director, or Pastor Dave
- Sing a couple songs with our praise band
- Share a few announcements
- Take the offering (Speaking of the offering – when the offering is taken for ministry expenses, don’t feel obligated to give. We’re not after your money – we care about you (really!). So feel free to let the offering plate pass you by and let us give and minister to you as our guest.)
- Pastor Dave will share an encouraging and relevant message
- We’ll sing another song and close with a blessing
The service should last about an hour – give or take a few minutes.
BUT we also have a Sunday now and then that looks nothing like this, but is extra special… so be prepared!
You’ll also find that CenterPoint seeks to utilize modern arts and technology in order to worship in a way that reflects our times. We use video images and PowerPoint presentations to make our music and messages visually rich. We also use short dramas, movie clips, interviews, and other visual arts to creatively engage your heart, so that you can worship God with your spirit, and to engage your mind, so you can also worship Him in truth (John 4:24)