We understand that God brings a unique and personal presence in the context of His church. Thus, we whenever we gather, we seek to Encounter God in three very distinct ways. First, in worship. Worship allows us to personally connect with God, loving and praising Him with all of our hearts, minds and strength. Second, His word. Through the centuries, the Bible has been used by God to speak to our world. Understanding this, we give a significant place for the teaching and preaching of scripture. Finally, each other. We believe that the ministry of Jesus Christ continues through the members of His body, the church. As a result, we provide a place for the ongoing ministry of Christ to continue through the gifts and fruit of the Holy Spirit in each believer to others.
A few pictures from the special celebration this morning to honor Ken and Karen! You will be missed!
[10/30/16] Join us tomorrow, October 30th, for a special service and potluck celebrating the ministry of Pastor Ken and Karen at AHCC. See you at 10am!
[09/24/16] Come early to the movie for a free hot dog! They'll be ready at 7!
The forecast for tomorrow looks drier than today! We'll have hot popcorn and hot chocolate! Come enjoy the last hurrah of summer and a kickoff to fall! Movie starts at 7:30! Bring your own chair or blankets!
We're doing it again! Join us next Saturday, the 24th, in the ARK Park behind the church, for our free Outdoor Movie Night. We'll be watching Disney's "Toy Story 3!" Movie starts at 7:30pm. Bring your chair or blanket! Concessions will be available for purchase.
Just a reminder that tomorrow is our Neighborhood BBQ! The weather is supposed to be nice, so we’ll be outside in the park!
From 12pm to 2pm, the grill will be serving up hot dogs (both kid-size & Costco-size)! We’ll have veggie dogs too!
Bring a side dish or dessert to share. The neighborhood has been invited, and the preschool is having their Open House as well.
We are planning to only set up a few tables. If you want to have a guaranteed-seat, feel free to bring a camping chair.
Hope you see everyone tomorrow!
THIS SUNDAY is our Awana 2016-2017 Leaders Luncheon. Join us to get ready, pumped & prayed up for the awesome year ahead!!!!
Please be downstairs by 11:40am so we can finish in time to catch the Seahawks game at 1:05 :) Childcare will be available!
During the 10am worship service we will also be dedicating our Awana leadership team. Please wear your leader uniform :)
Looking forward to seeing all of you super-hero, amazing AHCC AWANA leaders this Sunday!!!!!
With Blessings & Thanks,
Today we celebrated the baptism of 4 special kids! Welcome to the family to Lexis, Kaitlyn, Kendyl, and Jonathan!
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