Feb 16 Jim Le Shana, General Superintendent of Northwest Yearly Meeting of Friends will bring a message from Joshua 1:1 – 9 “Moving Forward with Faith”.
If it’s been awhile since you’ve attended we encourage you to come, not only to meet Jim and his wife, Jannine, and hear his message, but to take time out of your busy schedules to slow down and rest while worshipping God in music, prayer and silence.
Service starts at 10 a.m. and usually wraps up by 11:30 a.m.
Sunday mornings: 10:00 – 11:30 Worship Service / Children’s Church
Praying, Sharing, Singing, Reading God’s Word, and a Message, with interludes of silence for you to listen to the Holy Spirit and soak in God’s presence.
Tuesdays: 7 – 8 am Intercessory Prayer*
Tuesdays 9 – 11:30 am Yarn & Yak
Long for community of fiber people? Get together and chat while spinning, knitting or crochet. Bring whatever handwork project you’ve been trying to finish, start a new one, or knit hats and scarves for the Friends hat drive which will go to the Scotts Mills Community Center for people in need.
*These days with many people having a hard time coping life, despair and depression, as well as addictions and mental illnesses we pray for God’s intervention and healing.
If you’re not able to physically come to the church early Tuesday mornings we encourage you to dedicate a portion of that time to pray along with us wherever you might be.
Mission Statement: Ephesians 4:15 Speaking the truth in love, we will grow to become in every respect the mature body of Him who is the head, that is, Christ.
Scotts Mills Friends Vision:
-That we will be new creations of the Lord Jesus Christ, living for God by the power of the Holy Spirit.
– God is the only solution to our problems. Jesus came so we could have Life, real life. Eternal life that starts now and overflows with joy, peace, and love — love for God, love for our families, love for our community and world — because we are His dearly beloved.
Scotts Mills Friends teaches Jesus and His Word in a world full of hurts, despair, loneliness and fear. We look to the Bible for guidance and depend on the Holy Spirit who loves to transform lives, who instructs, guides and comforts us, bringing the peace that only comes through relationship with God made possible through the redemption of His Son, Jesus Christ.