Come worship with us at First Christian Church each Sunday at 11:00 am by coming into the Sanctuary or Fellowship Hall. A mask, temperature check, and 6' social distancing is enforced. Use the west rear door only. Or, come to the parking lot at First Christian Church and tune in to AM 1620 on your car radio and listen to the live broadcast of our worship service.
Click on the link Service Recordings to listen to portions of the services.
In addition, you can view the Streaming Worship Service videos from Central Christian Church - Elkhart by clicking this link: Sunday's Streamed Video from Central Christian Church Worship Service.
Zoom Meetings are also being set up for Bible Study with Pastor Doug during the week. Email the church at FCCMishawaka@gmail.com if you would like to be included in the invite to the Zoom Bible Study.
Easter Season Series - "Dare to Dance Again"
Inside or Drive-In Church this Sunday. In addition, you can view the Streaming Worship Service videos from Central Christian Church - Elkhart by clicking this link: Sunday's Streamed Video from Central Christian Church Worship Service.
Easter Season Series
Dare to Dance Again
“Weeping may linger for the night, but joy comes with the morning.” — Psalm 30:5b
As Easter people, we are called to dance our dances of freedom for all the world to see–even and perhaps especially in times of great difficulty. Dances of hope. Dances of justice. Dances of love. During this season, post-resurrection stories point to the joy of living in the beloved community and extending that fellowship through our witness as we dare to dance again!
May 16 - Ascension Sunday
“Dancing with the Stars”
Jesus invites us to find a dancing partner, reminding us we’re never dancing alone.
Upcoming Sunday Worship Services:
May 23 - Pentecost
“Spirit Poured Out: Dare to Dance Again”
Ezekiel 37:1-14; Acts 2:1-21
Ezekiel has a vision of a valley full of bones receiving life, breath, sinew and flesh after encountering the word of God. When they arise, they receive Spirit and they dance! As Easter people, we celebrate the Spirit that continues to give life and breath to our dry bones. We dare to dance in the face of fear, in the face of cynicism, in the face of despair. We dare to dance “as long as we live” for we, like the early Christians, are the recipients of the Spirit of God which intercedes even when we think we can’t make it to the dance floor. In hope we are saved!