Water Street Church … a community of prayer and praise

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Looking for a spiritual home or a place to worship? Water Street Church welcomes you!
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Welcome to our July 14 Sunday service! Pastor Kasey VanderVeen will bring this week’s message “Samuel Hears God’s Voice”, based on the first book of Samuel.

We’ll hold communion together on Sunday, July 14,
as a regular celebration of the atoning sacrifice of Christ for humankind.

Summer Sunday School July 14, 28 and August 4 and 18! Lessons will be led by some of our volunteers. During the summer activity tables are available in the sanctuary, and there is a nursery for tots (parents, please come with the older ones…)

The week’s reflection : Just before sunset, on his way home, Phil listens to his internal prompt and offers a stranger a lift. A chance meeting with Jeremiah, a U. of G. student, and a subsequent conversation becomes a time where two Christians meet and share fellowship. Opportunities to bond with Christians are everywhere! Read these encouraging verses from Ephesians 2:18-20.

Women’s Summer Social! It’s summer! Join us for summer coffee hour under the canopy at 10:00 am (so later than our usual Bible study time). Please bring your own lawn chair and a coffee mug. Coffee, snacks, and socializing await you. We’d love for you to join us – invite a friend to come with you! For further information contact the office or Trudy M.,

WSC has partnered with RightNowMedia to offer our members many Bible study resources and short stories of lives changed. In this short segment, we’re asked: How do we get the spiritual life we’ve always wanted? We may try, but there are no shortcuts—no books with magic formulas or oils-of-obey. The Apostle Paul challenged his readers to “work out your own salvation with fear and trembling” (Phil. 2:12). You can’t shortcut your way to spiritual maturity. It takes dedication to grow a mature faith. Spend the next few minutes asking God to invade your life today.