Sunday, November 23, 2014

 

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Because we believe that God's love in Jesus Christ has broken down the walls that divide us, we seek to embody that love in our congregation and welcome people of all races, sexual orientations and economic circumstances.

A vibrant congregation of more than 600 members—with many more calling the church their home—Northaven is known for inspiring worship and music, interest in the arts, outreach to the community and sensitivity to inclusiveness. All are welcome.



Highlights

2014 Stewardship Campaign Continues - Grow in Faith, Expand the Possibilities

Pledge Sunday was Sunday, October 26, the day we asked members and others to share with our church community the gifts and assets they have been given through the grace of God. The Stewardship Campaign continues through November.

 

 It is our hope that every member will make a pledge commitment to our church, no matter how large or small, be it financial or in volunteer service, in support of us taking the next steps toward becoming that church God is calling us to be.

 

At the close of worship on Pledge Sunday close to 100 members came forward to make pledges of support for our 2015 budget and programs. Forty-one also made donations to our Second Mile of Giving Fund - the Human Development Fund.

 

If you have not made a pledge yet, we hope you will consider doing so in the weeks again.  Here is a link to the pledge card. They are also available in the church atrium when you attend Sunday School or worship in the sanctuary this Sunday. 

Your giving does make a difference. It is through our giving that God helps us change lives, and in changing them, transforms us and our church.

 

Eric Folkerth
Senior Pastor

 

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Ecumenical Thanksgiving Service

Sunday, November 23, 2014, 5:00 p.m.

St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 5923 Royal Lane

Celebrate Communion and Thanksgiving with our Preston Hollow Neighbors


The service will feature a mass choir comprised of singers from Royal Lane Baptist Church, Northaven UMC, Central Congregational Church and St. Luke’s, with lots of congregational singing, Anglican style liturgy, traditional Thanksgiving hymn arrangements accompanied by brass ensemble and sermon by Rev. Eric Folkerth, Pastor of Northaven UMC. This is a wonderful way to be in community with our neighbors as we give thanks for God’s wonderful blessings. Holy Communion will be served and the offering will benefit North Dallas Shared Ministries. You don’t want to miss this special occasion!

 



Today at Northaven
   

This I Know
This I Know

 

This six-lesson study, for individuals and small groups, is a companion to For the Bible Tells Me So, the award-winning documentary on homosexuality and the church. Published by Northaven, This I Know can be purchased at www.thisiknowstudy.org.