at Custer Road
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Kory Knott - October 15, 2017
An Overflowing Expression of Love
From Series: "Generous Love, Generous Living"
The 2017 sermon series devoted to the annual operating campaign drive. “‘We love because he first loved us’ (1 John 4:19). And in much the same way, we give because God first gave to us. We most often measure a person’s generosity by the size of their gift or the nobility of their cause. But Jesus measured generosity by a radically new standard: the condition of the giver’s heart. Over the next few weeks we will look at several stories in the Bible that demonstrate how love and generosity are related and how each is a tangible expression of what resides in our hearts.” – Rev. Kory Knott
What to Expect
If you’re joining us for the first time, then welcome! We’re thrilled to have you! At Custer Road UMC you can expect a celebratory, thoughtful, and engaging worship service.
When you arrive, there is parking around the Sanctuary, with special spaces for visitors on the north side of the Sanctuary. (Ample handicap parking is also available.) If those spots are full, there is more parking immediately across the street, with police officers there to help you cross safely.
Children are always welcome in worship, and there is a special children’s moment in the middle of the service that children are encouraged to come forward for. Children may wish to attend Sunday School, or you may wish to have your youngest infants in our professionally staffed nursery. As soon as you enter the Sanctuary, just ask any of our ushers or greeters and they’ll help you get to the Children’s area. (If you’re planning a visit, let us know! We use a secure check-in process. If you’ve never visited before, registering online in advance can help speed things along.)
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What should I wear?
We encourage you to come as you are. Most people attend wearing business-casual attire; some wear suits, ties and dresses and others wear jeans or shorts. God sees our heart and that’s what He cares about; it’s not about the style of clothing we choose.
Schedule a Visit
If you’re planning a visit, we’d love to know! We’ll even arrange to have someone meet you at the door and show you around. Click here to send an email to Kelly Graeber, and let her know when you’re coming.