Rockne Dahl speaks on the transfiguration of Christ in Matthew 17:1–9. March 1, 2014, Transfiguration Sabbath (Year A).
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QUESTION OF THE WEEK – We all have questions about God and religion. Yet as each of us grows in our spiritual journey, we see things from different perspectives. As a way to encourage dialogue, we’re going to post a new question each week from members of our congregation. Perhaps you’ll see something that you’ve been wondering as well; perhaps you’ve struggled with one of these questions and found some answers that seem to make sense. This is not a forum for providing pat answers or critical discussion, but rather a chance for us to share insights and suggestions of things we might have found helpful in our own wrestlings with these questions.
Do you have a question that you’d like to submit for discussion? Email it to us at email@example.com with the subject line “Question of the Week.”
Question of the Week, February 8-15
What is my plan? What is God’s plan for my life? Does my plan matter if I’ve surrendered “all” to God?
Question of the Week, February 16-22
What does God look like? What did Jesus look like?
If you are new or if you have not stopped by the Information Center lately, swing by and check out what’s going on in the life of our church. There are many opportunities for service, prayer and fellowship alongside information for low-income resources.
Join us at 11 a.m. each Saturday as we celebrate the season of Advent.
Be sure to join us Sabbath, December 14, for a special Christmas presentation titled “O Come Emmanuel”. Our children will join us in worship as we look back at Christ’s first advent. Then we will look forward to his second, future advent in poetic reflections on the hymn, “O Come, O Come Emmanuel”.
As committed member of our local community, the Hollywood Adventist Church encourages our neighbors to grow nutritious and healthy food. To support this commitment, we operate a community garden on our church property.
Instead of growing all the food ourselves, we’ve opened the garden to be truly a community garden. For a small fee community members are able to rent a garden plot to grow fresh fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowers.
This last summer the garden yielded a bountiful harvest and hosted many events. This coming season we plan to again rent out plots to members of the community. Stay tuned for info on how to get your own garden plot.
If you are 18-to-30-something, we invite you to connect with old friends and make new ones at our young adults group. Each Friday night at 8 p.m. we host Friday Nights @ The Underground in the downstairs Underground Room. This is a fun way to bring in the weekend with movie nights, game nights, barbecues and dinners. For more information or to be notified of events, contact Andrew: firstname.lastname@example.org.