...Know, Grow, Go, Show, Sow
We are a congregation that enjoys worshiping and learning about God in a casual atmosphere, with lots of great activities for kids and teens, and many opportunities for you and your family to become active in a caring, Christian community.
We are a church where lives are transformed in Jesus Christ. The cross in our logo signifies the life we have in Him and that He is the foundation of all we do. The leaves represent the five aspects of our mission statement: To help persons KNOW Christ and GROW in their faith in order to GO outside our doors and SHOW His love through words and actions to SOW seeds of faith in others.
This Week at SPC
Mon Mar 30 @ 8:45AM - 09:30AM
Wed Apr 01 @ 9:30AM -
Wed Apr 01 @ 6:00PM - 08:00PM
Join us for dinner at 6:00 p.m. followed by Pastor's Bible Study, and rehearsals for 2 H.I.M. Puppets and Rejoice Choir at 6:45 p.m.
Thu Apr 02 @ 9:30AM -
Thu Apr 02 @ 6:00PM -
Partake in the same meal Jesus shared with his disciples the night before he died. A narrative by Pastor David Weyrick will explain the meanings behind the Passover foods and reflect on the prophetic connections to Christ. Seating is limited to 80 people (10 and up please) and paid reservations are required.
Sat Apr 04 @ 9:00AM -
The Men's Ministry will meet the first Saturday of every month. Open to all men of the church and their guests.
Sun Apr 05 @ 6:00PM - 07:45PM
Students 7th - 12th grade gather for fellowship and fun.
Mon Apr 06 @ 1:00PM - 07:00PM
4150 Fishcreek Road
Stow, OH 44224
Not Just Forty Days, But Forever: Many believers give up certain things for the forty days of Lent. Yet, after Lent, that which they gave up quickly returns as a habit or enjoyment. Yet there are things God wants believers to give up that go beyond just chocolate or pizza.
God wants believers to give up aspects of their lives…forever.
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Several years ago a leader at a library conference meeting prayed the following prayer by an unknown librarian.
Grant me the serenity to accept that the book is lost forever;
The courage to refuse to loan when there’s an overdue book; and
The wisdom to know when it’s time to take a break.
As you know, our current Lenten theme is “Give It Up.” On Sunday March 1, I spoke about giving up control because God is in control.
Because God is in control, and because we are God’s church, it is time for me to move on. I am retiring from full-time pastoral ministry in May 31.Read more...
I enjoy traveling; seeing and experiencing new places around this great country of ours. I also like to think about God’s presence in what I’m seeing and experiencing. Join me in my travels as I share my video “Trip Thoughts” with you. -- David