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Our church is named The Sower’s Chapel after the parable of the sower. The parable is a story about a man who went out to sow seed (plant wheat) by scattering it in his field. Not all the seed grew up to produce a crop, but some of it does.We are a community that plants seeds, nurtures those who receive the seed, and celebrates the harvest.
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Special Memorial Day Service | May 28 at 11am

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This year our Memorial Day Service is honoring Lt. Louise Elliot and the Army Nurse Corps.

Elliot served in the Army Nurse during World War II. She was attached to the 101st Airborn Division at Bastogne, also known as the Battle of the Bulge.

The Battle of the Bulge was the last great German offensive as it tried to repel the Allied invasion of France in December of 1944. For the Americans, out of 610,000 troops involved in the battle, 89,000 were casualties. This heavy casualty rate certainly required much of the Nursing Corps.

Join us in honoring Lt. Louise Elliot and the Army Nurse Corps on Sunday, May 28th at 11am with on outdoor service [map of outdoor service from the church] including an honor guard, commemorative address, music, and worship. Limited parking is available at the sight, but shuttle service is offered from the church property.


Outdoor Service at the Knob | Sunday, June 4 at 10 am | Bring a chair

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10 am on Sunday, June 4 we will have an outdoor service on the Knob, weather permitting. Come join us for worship and appreciate the beauty of that hilltop view during worship.

Please bring your own chairs or blankets.

Because it is outdoors, there will be a few things different than our usual Sunday worship. We will not have a children’s talk followed sermon while the children have Sunday School. Instead we will have a family talk of about 12-15 minutes.

Here is a map of where service will be held. The entryway is across from the church. You can either drive over or park at the church and walk.