Posts Tagged "Worship"


Wednesday Night Live

Wednesday Night Live


Posted By on Sep 21, 2016

Wednesday Nights are Live at Two Rivers Church. Starting with a shared dinner at 5:30, activities for kids, youth, and adults flow during the rest of the night. The Bell Choir is open to anyone agge 13 and over. The weekly rehearsals are preparation for monthly musical offerings in worship. Usually the Bell Choir provides the prelude music in worship once a month. At the same time, kids and youth are invited to a combined time of...

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New series starting September 25

New series starting September 25


Posted By on Sep 19, 2016

They are simple phrases. They sound Christian – like something you might find in the Bible. They capture some element of truth, yet they miss the point in important ways. Join Pastor Robb at Two Rivers Church to explore these half truths. This four-part series will start on Sunday, September 25. In addition to the four-week worship series, there will be two small group studies during the week. On Mondays at noon and Thursdays at...

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Roots, Music, and Faith

Roots, Music, and Faith


Posted By on Jul 28, 2016

As the summer gives way to autumn, Two Rivers Church will host several special guest musicians as a part of a new worship series called “Roots: The Good News of celebration, struggle, truth-telling, and American roots music.” Local Blues legend Ellis Kell will join us in worship on August 21. The blues are widely considered to be the root of most American music. With origins in the call and response songs of slave fields, the blues...

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  May 22    Earth (Creation out of dust)                Genesis 2:4-9 In the beginning God formed a human out of dirt because there was no one to till the fertile land. This is our oldest creation story, and in it we see that our first priority as humanity is to care for all that God has entrusted to us. On this day that we bless the animals, we remember that God made all things, and created us to care for it.   May 29    Water...

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