January 28 & 29, 2017 – Epiphany – Week 4 – Mark Miller

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This week, our friend Mark Miller visits the Orchard and continues the message of Epiphany. Mark talks about the transformation that occurs when we awaken to the reality that there is something bigger going on and that we want to be a part of it; and it is then that God places a deposit in us that ensures us that now we don’t have to worry about death, and life can happen through us.

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January 21 & 22, 2017 – Epiphany – Week 3 – Larry Boatright

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This week, our friend Larry Boatright visits the Orchard and continues the message of Epiphany. Larry dives into the idea that God shows up in unexpected places to call unexpected people to do unexpected things and gives us a few suggestions for how we can be open to God’s plan.

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Saturday 5pm  |  Sunday 10am
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January 14 & 15, 2017 – Epiphany – Week 2 – Tammy Helfrich

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The word Epiphany can mean an unveiling, revealing, manifestation, or appearance. This week, Tammy speaks about the question posed to us by Jesus in chapter 1 of John: “What do you want?” We have been created with desires placed there by our Creator and our assumption shouldn’t always be that our desires are contrary to God’s. Tammy helps us realize that part of our journey is opening ourselves up to asking and discovering what those desires are.

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Saturday 5pm  |  Sunday 10am
1175 Oak Street, North Aurora, IL 60542
www.theorchardcommunity.com

January 7 & 8, 2017 – Epiphany – Week 1 – Scott Hodge

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The Epiphany is the story of the Magi visiting the Christ child. Through the journey of the Magi, we are reminded of a question all of us have faced and continue to face in our lives: “how do we find our way?” In times of uncertainty, one of the things that can never be taken away is our ability to chose how we are going to travel on our journey and Scott encourages us to be mindful of our posture on our faith journey.

The Epiphany is also a reminder to the church that Christ came for all. Saint Paul’s letter to the Ephesians reminds us that both Gentiles and Jews, insiders and outsiders, “stand on the same ground before God. They get the same offer, same help, same promises in Christ Jesus. The Message is accessible and welcoming to everyone, across the board.”

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Saturday 5pm  |  Sunday 10am
1175 Oak Street, North Aurora, IL 60542
www.theorchardcommunity.com