Month: October 2015

Signs and wonders…

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October 25, 2015: Luke 16:1-15 “Buying Friends with Worldly Wealth”

The Tale of Two Shrewd Managers


God and Money

A song to go along with the next few sermons that touch on how we can be good stewards with our time, talent, and treasure…


IMPACT: High School Retreat

High School Retreat Coming, January 8-10: Our high school students are encouraged to attend our denomination’s regional conference. It will be held at the Coralville Marriott. Check out the promo video:

Registration forms will be available soon. Lord willing, our new youth intern will lead this trip. More on the retreat here: http://www.reachstudentscd.com/impact/


Pastor Post: October 22, 2015

860_Church_NewsDear Faith Family,

Please mark down these key events in the life of our church.

Saturday October 24, 9AM: Church Facility Cleaning Day. Come to help with a variety of up-keep and cleaning projects, 9AM-12PM.

Sunday October 25, 6PM: An Evening of Worship and Prayer. This is an all-citywide prayer and worship gathering for evangelical churches a part of Serve the City. Come worship with brothers and sisters in Christ from across the region. It will be held at New Covenant Bible Church on the north side of Cedar Rapids.

November 1st, 9:25AM: Ministry Fair and Family Lunch. Come to hear about ministries serving our community, such as Youth for Christ, Bridgehaven Pregnancy Support Center, and Twogether Marriage Mentoring. Please bring some food to share for a 11:30 Potblessing (potluck). We’ll have a congregational meeting for members when we’ve cleaned up the meal.

High School Retreat Coming, January 8-10: Our high school students are encouraged to attend our denomination’s regional conference. It will be held at the Coralville Marriott. Check out the promo video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jIDGXby9Q7s. Registration forms will be available soon. Lord willing, our new youth intern will lead this trip. More on the retreat here: http://www.reachstudentscd.com/impact/

Keep your eyes on Jesus,

Pastor Matt