Due to snow, we are cancelling our Saturday Venue Services on 02/15/20. Stay safe!
WE'RE MAKING A COMEBACK.
Colonial Woods on-site worship services will resume the weekend of June 6/7th! Our online worship services will be livestreamed at 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 over the course of the weekend.
Saturday Evening @ 6:00 PM
Sunday Morning 8:00 AM - Heritage Service
Sunday Morning 9:40 AM - CW Family Service
Sunday Morning 11:10 AM - CW Family Service
Sunday Evening 6:00 PM - Traditional Service (Hymns and choruses geared toward our seniors and other vulnerable individuals who might need a smaller setting)
WATCH OUR LIVESTREAM
Join our Sunday Worship Services here or on our church Facebook page at 9:00 AM or 10:45 AM. If you are watching with friends or family, here are some discussion questions you can use to reflect on this week's message.
The Holy Spirit has a way of bringing to our minds - what He wants to speak to us? How has the Holy Spirit been speaking to you today?
Who comes to mind when you hear the topic of forgiveness? Why? What is it about that relationship that brings hurt or pain?
How have your feelings toward this person/ people affected you? How has it impacted your relationship with the Lord? With others?
Sometimes when we are angry/unforgiving toward someone - we continue to want to make them pay - even if we have prayed to forgive them. What are some ways that you have been continuing to make them pay? Those are issues that we actually need to ask the Lord to forgive us. Take some time and ask the Lord to forgive you for holding on.
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
Do you remember the newspaper article called "Dear Abby?" People would write in looking for advice on all sorts of life situations. Maybe instead of looking to the world, we should go instead to the Father for all our life and relationship advice.