CELEBRATION @ 9AM | TRADITIONAL @ 11:10AM 325 E. TWIN SPRINGS ST., SILOAM SPRINGS, AR 72761

City Church

GROWING DEEPER. BRANCHING OUT.

Timothy Team

The ministry of Timothy Team derives its name from Timothy, the 2nd generation Christian mentioned in the Bible who was discipled as a young man by the apostle Paul.

Timothy Team is an engaging and high-energy service for children ages pre-k through 6th grade which meets Wednesday nights at 6:15pm during the school year.  Every Wednesday you can expect kids to memorize scripture, participate in worship and be taught directly from the Bible.

Manny Teaching

Manny Anchondo became the minister of Families With Children in November of 2013.  He is passionate about teaching rich theological truths in clear and fun ways.  He has an undergraduate degree from Central Bible College and a Master’s degree from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.

 

 

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PASTOR'S NOTE:
The all-powerful, eternal Creator himself was sent to walk the earth among human beings, with a dangerous mission in mind—dangerous for those who oppose him, but also for those who love him and follow him. Christ is dangerous because he wants more for you than you’ve wanted for yourself, because he has bolder dreams than you’ve dared to dream.

Join me this Sunday in Worship at First United Methodist Church of Siloam Springs at either our 9:00 am Celebration Service or our 11:10 Traditional Service as we again go Under Wraps and discover that at times God is Dangerous.

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WHAT?!??! We have stickers/car decals!! They'll be available for $5 starting this Sunday. All proceeds are going straight to OMP. Spread the word! ...

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PASTOR'S NOTE:
The table is cleared; perhaps the hectic pace of the season has begun. What are you expecting for Christmas this year? What are your hopes for the season?

Christmas was God’s master plan to change the world in a way no one expected. Jesus’ birth would only be the first of many ways that God defied everyone’s expectations. Jesus was a Messiah who surprised us.

Immanuel—God with us. Jesus was the gift everyone needed but no one expected.

Join me this Sunday in Worship at First United Methodist Church of Siloam Springs at either our 9:00 am Celebration Service or our 11:10 Traditional Service as we go Under Wraps and kick-off the Advent/Christmas season and we encounter an Expectant God.

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Tonight is Hanging of the Greens, when we decorate our church for the Advent season! Please join us in the sanctuary at 5pm. 🎄✨ ...

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PASTOR'S NOTE:
Our Memory Verse all this month has been Psalm 9:1 "I will give thanks to the LORD with my whole heart; I will tell of all your wonderful deeds." This week, many of us are giving thanks and counting our blessings from the past year. For some, though, the spirit of thanksgiving may be a bit muted this year. For some, they approach this week feeling a sense of loss—loved ones, jobs, security, and the list goes on. This may be a season of loss, but it is just that— a season. Psalm 9 interestingly is not in its fullness a psalm of thanksgiving; rather it is like some 40% of all the Book of Psalms a psalm of lament. The psalmist, whether David, or someone else is lamenting the troubles he’s faced and asking for God’s rule, God’s enthronement, God’s kingdom to manifest itself where in verse 18 he says “for the needy shall not always be forgotten, nor the hope of the poor perish forever.” Surely this is a psalm of lament, but it’s a hopeful lament. The thanksgiving the psalmist shares in the beginning is a hopeful thanksgiving. Long before the birth of Christ the psalmist is giving thanks for the day when God will be enthroned forever and his kingdom come.

This Sunday is Christ the King Sunday. It's a day when we celebrate Christ as King and ruler of our lives and we also gives thanks to God for blessings received and blessings to come. Perhaps your thanksgiving is a bit muted this year. Perhaps it’s more of a hoped for thanksgiving this year. That’s fine. Know this, while God’s kingdom is present though not fully realized Christ is king and that alone is reason to give thanks.

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