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-Saturday Night 4:00, 6:00pm
-Sunday 8:30, 10:00, 11:30am
-Friday Night 7:00pm
-Sunday 8:30, 10:00, 11:30am
Bobs Corn and Pumpkin Farm
Address: 10917 Elliott Rd, Snohomish, WA 98296
-Check in. All games/Events open.
-Age Specific Egg Hunts begin.
11:00 - 0-2
11:10 - 3-4
11:20 - 5-6
11:30 - 7-9
11:40 - 10-12
Cow Train, “Battlefield Live” (Laser Tag), Carnival Games and Face Painting, Main Stage Entertainment, Photo Booth, Bounce Houses, Tractor Rides, Toddler Trike Track, Rope Maze
Lynnwood Campus Grand Opening
Ladies! Are you a mom of young kids or babies and want to make friends, grow in your walk with Jesus, have a break from the kids, and enjoy some yummy breakfast and coffee? Then MOPS is for you! Mothers of Pre-Schoolers will be meeting at the new Mill Creek campus every 2nd and 4th Thursday morning from January through the beginning of June, starting on January 28th.
The Grand Opening of the Mill Creek Campus is this Sunday! Join us at: 14616 35th Ave SE Mill Creek. Services are at 9/10:30am!!
Join us for one of our favorite services of the year. Our Christmas Eve “Candles, Carols and Communion” service—a great addition to your Christmas traditions. Start your Christmas off right by remembering the reason for the season. This year’s services are at 4:00PM & 5:00PM.
Please drop off toys in the donation bids at your campus! Our goal is 1000 toys for needy families in our community!
Join us for a great night of fun at the Mill Creek City Hall…It’s not to late to sign up to decorate your car.
Contact Di Beals if you want to sign up your car!
There are only 25 available slots for this trip! If you’re even slightly interested, this is the meeting for you!
Our Israel trip info meeting with be on Sunday Oct. 25th at the Ev/Muk campus at 2:00PM in the main auditorium.
Kenya missions trip info meeting this Sunday October 25th at the EV/MUK campus in the main auditorium 12:00PM-1:00PM
Growth Groups are small groups of 8-18 people. Along with Sunday morning services they are the core of our ministry. By bridging the gap between Sundays, Growth Groups help us meet three components of our five-part mission, namely, (1) Build authentic Community, (2) Mature Believers, and (3) Serve our community.
Our Growth Groups meet on a trimester system just like school, with 3-month terms in the fall, spring, and summer. Each one of our Growth Groups are built around a specific topic and resource, so finding a group that fits your interests and schedule is easy.
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The Reach Initiative is our movement to plant 100 churches in our lifetime.
We will accomplish this through foreign missions, local outreach, and partnering with other ministries to plant new churches.
This September is Missions Month and each week we
will feature a different outreach we’re involved with. You’ll get to
meet some of our missionaries and make your own Reach Pledge at the end of the month.
September 5th and 6th - Some our missionaries will be here in person to meet you and talk about their ministries.... Read more
Change the Story: The Compassion Experience is not a museum. It is the developing world, brought to your backyard. Within the wall of this life-changing event you will walk through the life of a real child who lives in very real poverty, through crowded homes and garbage-strewn streets. You will pass through poverty—and into hope! Join us for an amazing weekend!
Friday Sep 18th 10:00AM-6:40PM
Saturday Sep 19th 10:00AM-6:40PM
Sunday Sep 20th (After Church) 1:40PM-5:40PM
At Everest, kids discover that they can overcome obstacles with God’s awesome power a fact that will change them forever! Everest is filled with incredible Bible-learning experiences, exciting games, tasty treats and fun-filled activities that will help develop a faith that flows into real life.
Since everything is hands-on, kids might get a little messy. Be sure to send them in play clothes and safe shoes. Plus, through out all our incredible stations, kids will discover how to see evidence of God in everyday life.
Below are a the basic details:
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Why does God allow an obliteration of people in a natural disaster without seemingly a thought or concern? Why God doesn’t just remove Satan and his evil schemes that he executes in this world? If God is all-powerful (omnipotent), this task would certainly be within his power. If God is all-knowing (omniscience), he knows the evil processes Satan will instigate. If God is all-loving and completely good, God should want to protect his children from any harm that may come to them.
• Evil is at work in this world, but not in the next.
Calling all students in grades 5th-8th! Join us on Friday August 14th! We have an ENTIRE day dedicated to you and your friends. Best part is, IT IS COMPLETELY FREE! Canyon Creek is hosting it’s first ever J-High day. This day is free and open to all churches, community members and junior high aged students.
J-High day is full of free activities such as multiple bouncy houses, Games on Wheels (as Seen on TV) which is a trailer full of couches, flat screens and also games. There will be capture the flag, Dodgeball, Dance party... Read more
Events of the past week were disheartening. Many in our society watched in dismay as the unthinkable became a reality and a new law of the land. Many thought it would never come to this. Some thought the battle was lost long ago and this day was inevitable. Personally I watched in shock and amazement as the battle shifted to social media. Dividing lines were drawn, statements proclaimed. Each claiming their “moral high ground” as masses watched and condemned or applauded the proclamation. Many pronounced the “who am I to judge position” or the “#LoveWins in the end” position.... Read more
In 2013 a nationwide phone-poll research study was commissioned by now shuttered Mars Hill Church. 913 thousand calls were dialed, 70 thousand conversations occurred and of that, one thousand, twelve minute individual interviews were conducted. This data, taken from the age ranges of 18 to 44, told us that the number one objection if Christianity is that, “it is intolerant”. Significant information from the culture in which we live in, but what is the definition of tolerance? Are we talking about the same concept of toleration of others?
Dictionary from 1828 Webster’s dictionary: TOL’ERANCE, [L. tolerantia, from tolero, to bear.] The... Read more
6 Jesus said to him, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me. 7 If you had known me, you would have known my Father also. From now on you do know him and have seen him.” (John 14:6-7)
Bold words for a rural carpenter whose extremely countercultural opinions for first century prevailing thinking. What was Jesus talking about? Who was he to make such a claim that all people should look to him to be reconciled to the one true God? He was God himself. His position... Read more