ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:00 A.M.
Nursery care is available during Services
June 5th – 3rd Sunday after Pentecost
Scripture Reading: I John 1:3, I Corinthians 12:24b-31, I Corinthians 13
Sermon Title: “Koinonia – Fellowship - Building Unity”
Synopsis: “Koinonia” is the Greek word that gets translated as fellowship, relationship, partnership, connectedness, and shared life. “Koinonia” describes deeply committed relationships rooted in God, based in trust, evident in acts of love. “Koinonia” relationships are what we yearn for in our lives and hopefully form the foundational relationships within the church. Would you say “Koinonia” describes Cottonwood?
June 12th – 4th Sunday after Pentecost
Scripture Reading: I Peter 3:8-9, Revelation 2:1-7, Revelation 3:14-22
Sermon Title: “Unity”
Synopsis: “Espirit De Corps” is French for “the spirit of the body”. The health of a person, or of a community depends greatly on the “spirit” of the person or the community. When we think about our life together at Cottonwood, how would an outsider experience and then describe “the spirit of the body”? This is a critical question for us as we seek to live life together as one part of Christ’s Body. As a community are we striving to have a unified and beautiful spirit about us? Let’s be praying for such a life together!
June 19th – 5th Sunday after Pentecost – Shurjeel Paul Preaching
Scripture Reading: Romans 12:9-13, Genesis 18:1-16, I Peter 4:7-11
Sermon Title: “Personal Relationships & Hospitality”
Synopsis: Today we want to consider the topic of friendships. When we think about our life together in the church how does friendship come into play? Are all friendships supposed to be the same? How do we go about building friendships and deepening friendships? How does hospitality differ from friendliness and how do we move to this deeper form of connecting? I hope that together we will be pondering these questions.
June 26th – 6th Sunday after Pentecost
Scripture Reading: Acts 16:13-15, John 13:12-17, Mark 10:35-45
Sermon Title: “Service & Small Groups”
Synopsis: One key way to foster health in the life of the church is through small groups and serving together. Does the way we organize and structure our life together move us toward deeper relationships and lives of service? When we serve together powerful growth and maturation takes place in our lives and we learn the joy that comes through service. When we serve in small groups relationships deepen. What would need to change in our communities’ structure to promote a growing number of small groups and service?
Life at Cottonwood
|Creative Cluster Begins||June 6||
|Women' Lunch Bunch||June 9||
|PW Synod Gathering||June 9||Cheyenne, WY|
|Men's Lunch||June 15||
|Left Fork Grill|
|Father's Day||June 19|
|Pastor's Small Group||June 27||
|Pastor's Small Group||June 28||