WORSHIP SCHEDULE: SATURDAY @ 5:30pm SUNDAY @ 8:30, 9:45, 11:00am

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Saturday at 5:30pm

Take some time to center on God’s promises after your day of Saturday activities at this contemporary style worship service. Worshipers are led by piano and song leaders using a contemporary music style. This relaxed and intimate setting of worship offers relevant preaching that addresses the question of what it means to live a life as a Christian today. Each week, this service offers the Lord’s Supper, time for quiet prayer and the opportunity to be the community of God’s people. This service is a great alternative to Sunday morning worship. All people of all ages and all faith traditions are welcome!

Sunday at 8:30, 9:45 and 11am

The pinnacle of Sheridan’s ministry is worshiping our loving God on Sunday morning. We invite you to join in and experience the love of Jesus in a very real and authentic way at Sheridan. People often comment on Sheridan’s warm and inviting atmosphere, beautiful music, meaningful dramas and sermons that connect with everyday lives. These worship services are contemporary in music style and are led by excellent singers, piano, guitar players and drums. The Lord’s Supper is served twice a month. All people of all ages and all faith traditions are welcome!

Want to join us online instead? Join us for worship online live: Sundays at 9:45am.

Current Worship Series: Seeking Peace

Peace. It is something we all wish to have in our lives. Yet, as much as we want it, we fail to pursue it. We usually don’t feel our “peace-less” lives are deficient until we crash and feel the need for peace. Peace is also problematic because it is so elusive! Even those who vigorously pursue it often feel like a novice. Peace is seemingly a spiritual quality that cannot be captured or pinned down.

So, what are we to do? After being raised from the dead, Jesus spoke plainly to his disciples. He said, “Peace be with you. My peace I give to you.” Perhaps we are approaching peace the wrong way. It is a gift to be received, not an achievement to be captured.

The concept of peace has lots of layers. We use this one word, “peace,” to describe a variety of emotions and experiences. Coincidentally, in the Bible there are multiple words associated with peaceful concepts.

Over the spring we will look at all of what peace means, for us and in the Bible. We all want peace! And pursuing it doesn’t seem to work very well. So we will embark on a journey of conversation – to learn more about peace and to understand all that God intends for us.

Peace, be with you…

April 9: Easter Sunday – John 20:1-18

Come worship on this most holy day as we celebrate the Resurrection of our Lord!

April 15/16: A Gift to Be Shared – John 20:19-23

Ultimately, a biblical peace is a peace that is meant to be shared. The Risen Christ makes that clear, and so does Jesus when he heals.

April 22/23: Jesus Brings Peace – Luke 24:13-35

Peace is revealed to us when we least expect it, and perhaps it was there all along… just like the Risen Christ who walked on the road to Emmaus.

April 29/30: Spiritual, not Tangible – Galatians 5:16-26

So much of what helps us stands in contrast to much of our daily lives. How do we live as people of the world, when so much of what we strive for is seemingly contrary to what should be our spiritual foundation?

May 6/7: Harmony with Others – Mark 9:33-37, 42-50

So often we forget that the need for peace within is interconnected to the peace we have in our relationships. Strive for peace and know inner-peace.

May 13/14: Mother’s Day – Luke 2:26-38 & 46-48

On this Mother’s Day, we celebrate all mothers and the peaceful origins of the holiday!

May 20/21: Shalom – Psalm 85

Shalom is a complicated word in Hebrew. It encompasses the entirety of our lives. God speaks this to us. Are we listening?

May 27/28: War & Peace – 1 Kings 5:1-12

It is seemingly God’s will for an end of war. Why is this seemingly impossible?

June 3/4: Dying in Peace – Genesis 15:12-18

We all want to die a peaceful death. How is this tied to the way we live our lives? Abram shows us the way.

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