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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, November 17

10:00 a.m. - Morning worship. We come to worship our loving God – singing his praises, celebrating baptism, and hearing the wisdom of his Word, Jesus Christ. We will celebrate the baptism and profession of faith of Rosalind Thompson. We also celebrate the baptisms of Riley, Alaynah, and Remington Thompson, children of Alex and Rosalind Thompson. Pastor Joel will be preaching on the parable of The Shrewd Manager from Luke 16.

After service: Coffee, juice and cookies and a time of fellowship on the lower level.

11:15 -12:10 - Church school for children in grades 2-8, catechism for grades 9-12.

11:15 a.m. - Advent Choir in the sanctuary. Newcomers welcome!

11:25 -12:10 - Adult education in the Activity Center. Members of the Generous Spaciousness Committee will lead a discussion on the committee’s history and future. We will share the 2015 letter to the congregation that announced council’s formation of the committee and we will show a summary of what the committee has done since its founding. We will ask for feedback from those who attend—to help the committee think about how it can better refine and fulfill its purposes going forward. Whatever might be your ideas about the committee, we welcome your constructive input.

12:15 p.m. - Visitors’ potluck, hosted by the Van Eck/Hawkins household, on the lower level.

5:00 p.m. - Evening Worship in the Activity Center. This evening, we will have a reflection on the parable of the Lost Sons and celebrate the Lord’s Supper. Our offering will be for the Christian Reformed Chaplaincy and Care Ministry, which provides pastoral ministry in specialized settings to people who are hurting or in crisis, uprooted, or dislocated (https://www.crcna.org/chaplaincy).

6:00 p.m. - TNG (The Next Generation) will meet at church. Join us for an evening of food, trivia, messy games, and a surprise skit!