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Compelled by God's amazing love as shown through the gift of Jesus Christ, Neland Church is called to live faithfully by building Christ-centered relationships that disciple and encourage all his people, as we worship, serve, and grow in this place. Our mission is to make the gospel a reality in our congregation, our neighborhood, our city, and our world.

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Shaping Our Future Together

Neland Church aims to live in true community with our neighbors. To do this, we need to know our neighbors, sharing stories, food, laughter, tears. We need to learn from each other. We need to grow together. Neland offers open space for building this community.

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Sunday, January 14

10 AM – In this season of Epiphany, we join Christians around the world in worshipping Jesus, the Messiah. The Gospel of Mark begins with a sense of urgency and wonder: Who is this Son who God so loves? How do his life and work begin to define ours? Pastor Joel will be preaching from Mark 1.

11:15 AM – Church school for children in grades 2-8, catechism for grades 9-12.

11:20 AM – Adult education in the Activity Center. Join us for week 2 of Race: The Power of an Illusion. All are welcome to any session. Last week we learned that race has no biological basis; it’s something that’s created to justify the mistreatment of persons of color. This week we discuss whether it makes scientific or social sense to sort people by race.

12:15 PM – Visitors’ potluck, Hoffman/Hawkins household

5:00 PM – Evening worship in the Activity Center. We welcome the Colossian Forum for the first in a series of three evening workshops. The Colossian Forum was formed as a catalyst for healing – helping churches transform divisive cultural issues into opportunities for spiritual growth. This week we will discuss what it looks like to see conflict as a catalyst for growth in the church. Our offering will be for the CRC Office of Social Justice – Race Relations, which helps CRC members love our neighbors in tangible ways.