A six-session study: “You’ll Get Through This. Hope and Help for Turbulent Times.” The video portion is led by Max Lucado. In this study, Max Lucado offers refreshing assurance for anyone facing trials. Consider the story of Joseph – tossed in a pit by his brothers, sold into slavery, and wrongfully imprisoned. God weaved what was meant for evil into good. God is in the business of redeeming the broken. He was then, He still is. This Old Testament story is a reminder to trust God to trump evil.


“What Satan intends for evil, God redeems for good.” Genesis 50:20


Sign up in the narthex to host a coffee hour during the summer months,
May 27 – Sept. 2. A snack and a cool beverage for approximately 50 people is all you need.

SPRING CLEANUP DAY –    Saturday, May 19, at 9:00am.

Bring your rakes, work gloves, and a willing spirit. Your help is needed!


Celebration of the Rite of Confirmation ~ May 20
Join in the affirmation of Baptism of Ian Hawkins and Aaron Wunderlich.

Our Daily Bread food truck will be in the parking lot to serve breakfast an hour before worship (8am-9am) and an hour after worship (approx. 10:15-11:15am).

Daily Bread Food Truck is Buffalo’s first and only not-for-profit food share truck. Our philosophy is based on the “get one, give one” principle: when you purchase certain items from our menu, the money will help us provide a meal to hungry families in our community. During our first full year of operation, we delivered 777 meals to families in need. We’re looking forward to an even bigger year in 2018! The more food purchased from the truck, the more will be given away!

Daily Bread is a completely non-profit truck. 100% of the truck’s overhead costs have been provided by generous donations that allow us to take every dollar beyond supplies and staff costs and put it toward food and hot meals in our community.



YOUR HELP IS NEEDED!  We are in need of a leader for our youth and youth activities.  Please pray that God would touch your heart for this awesome ministry.  You can learn more by speaking with Jessica Dows, Jim Wanamaker, or Pastor Devie.

FOOD PANTRY items most needed:

pancake mix & syrup, canned fruit, cereal & oatmeal, Jell-o, jelly, peanut butter, peas, soup (small cans – tomato, chicken noodle, vegetable), large soups (Progresso, Campbell’s), canned spaghetti sauce, ramen noodle soups in cellophane, shampoo, toothbrushes & paste, razors, empty water and beverage cans & bottles (returned for deposit), paper bags

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