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Sunday morning worship may be heard live at 9:25 AM (EST/EDT) on WGCS 91.1 FM: the Globe. Tune in if you're in the Goshen area or visit their website by clicking on the name.

You can also watch the worship service online at this site, live every Sunday morning from 9:25-10:45 AM (EST/EDT)

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Past worship services can be viewed by clicking on Worship Videos in the Weekly Resources box above.


This Week in Worship

  August 30, 2015


Those who walked in darkness © Jan L. Richardson


Throughout the past month we have, in various ways, looked at the issue of identity as followers of Christ in the Mennonite tradition. At the core, we have been called to root our identity in the cen­trality of Christ. In John 15:9-16 we find the words of Jesus calling his followers to “abide in me.” This text bids Jesus’ followers to know the Love that is at the core of Jesus’ identity and find sustenance in that Love. This Sunday we will explore further the practice of abiding in Love—not only for our well-being, but also so that each of us might grow into a Christ-follower who can dare to hold the wounds of the world in the abiding and healing Love of God.     —Gwen Gustafson-Zook



Wednesday Night at CMC – Sept. 2

This Wednesday night, Sept. 2, is the first of our every-Wednesday-night CMC activities this fall. We’ll gather for a time of fellowship at the supper table and activities for all ages.

Our schedule will be:

5:45–6:30 p.m.

     Meal: Buffet meal of Rice Bowl Bar in the Fellowship Hall

6:30-7:30 p.m.

Intergenerational activities (all children are welcome at these activities, but child­care is available for infants and toddlers.)

·         Board games (Fellowship Hall)

·         Knotting comforters (Alcove)

·         Preparing MCC school kits

·         Prayer Choir (Rm. 100)

·         Mennonite World Conference Celebration (Koinonia Rm.)


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