Due to snow, we are cancelling our Saturday Venue Services on 02/15/20. Stay safe!
WE MADE A COMEBACK.
Colonial Woods on-site worship services have resumed!
Our online worship services will be livestreamed at 8:00 AM, 9:40 AM and 11:10 AM so whether you join us in person or join us online, we can still continue to do church together. We will have five services available for you to choose from. We look forward to doing church together!
Sunday Morning 8:00 AM - Heritage Service
Sunday Morning 9:40 AM - CW Family Service
Sunday Morning 11:10 AM - CW Family Service
MASKS AT COLONIAL WOODS
On July 13th, Governor Whitmer's order that masks be worn in all public places went into effect. As a religious institution, we are exempt from that order but we want to make sure we are still being good neighbors. Click below to read Pastor Phil's letter and what that means for us at Colonial Woods.
WATCH OUR LIVESTREAM
Join our Sunday Worship Services LIVE here or on our church Facebook page at 8:00 AM, 9:40 AM or 11:10 AM. If you are watching with friends or family, here are some discussion questions you can use to reflect on this week's message.
Which son in the story do you tend to find yourself identifying with more? Why?
The older brother in the story tended to follow rules, obey out of obligation, and be angry. Do you see any of those tendencies in your life? Why do you think that is true?
The younger brother dealt with a lot of shame. God never wants us to keep reliving the past. He invites us to ask forgiveness, and leave the past behind. If you identify with this brother, this is a great time to have a talk with your Father an ask Him to forgive you.
Sometimes we need to ask ourselves some questions to see where we are at with the Lord. Take a few moments today to do a self-evaluation.
• Am I filled with drudgery, obligation, or a lack of fellowship?
• Are you experiencing joy in your walk with the Lord?
• Do you experience regular times of fellowship with the Father?
• Are you an angry or joy-filled Christian?
WE BELIEVE PEOPLE CAN CHANGE.
As a church, we are committed to making disciples of Christ through changed lives. So if you're ready for a change, we'd love to be apart of it.
WATCH AND LISTEN
OUR CURRENT TEACHING SERIES
TELL ME A STORY
One of Jesus' favorite ways to teach was in the form of story, or a parable. Parables are able to share a deep spiritual truth but in a way that is easier for people to hear and accept. Over the next few weeks, we will be looking at the many parables of Jesus and the truths that they teach for our lives today.