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Posts by Site Manager

Volunteer Spotlight | Jackie Leonard

In what way do you serve at Creekside? I serve in Nursery 2 and Pre-K Sunday School, and I have also had the opportunity to help Sean and Leanne with some administrative tasks. I work with scheduling the Safety Team, I order the quarterly materials for the Sunday School classes, and I update the Sunday School rosters and track attendance. I help with some maintenance in the Breeze system, too: reviewing and approving new newsletter or directory submissions and entering…

A Closer Look at Creekside Electives

Here you are, another day at this job with this boss and these co-workers. Your boss is just a complete idiot. He undervalues your contributions and somehow thinks your co-worker is a dream. Don’t they see how incompetent they are? You’re the one who is always doing all the extra work and never seeming to get the credit you deserve. It seems like you can never get ahead in this job when you deserve so much more. Or, maybe you…

A Closer Look at Creekside Electives

Theology.  The word itself sounds academic.  Though there are a few people who are theologians vocationally, all Christians are called to be theologians.  Theology is the Church’s ongoing discussion about God’s gracious work and revelation to us. All of us are called to this reflection. Our theology impacts not only how we see the world, but how we live in the world.  It isn’t just one belief among many. It is a sort of master belief that impacts the way…

A Closer Look at Creekside Electives

As Jesus prays to the Father in John 17, he teaches us some things about who we are.  He speaks of how he has given to us God’s word which is both a source of joy and conflict as we live here in this world (John 17:13-14).  He speaks of how we are set apart and no longer “of the world” (John 17:16-17). He also speaks of our mission, that we aren’t to isolate ourselves from the world, instead stating…

Safe Families for Children

Life is unpredictable. We never know what God has in store for us. We all face crisis moments. There are times where it may feel like our families are barely holding together. Maybe it’s a prolonged season of depression. Maybe it’s the loss of a family member. Maybe it’s an illness or a loss of a job. These crisis moments force us to reach out for help. We call our parents and have them watch our kids for the weekend.…

6 Things To Remember This Voting Season

It’s no secret that American politics have become more and more polarized, sensationalized, and adversarial over the past few presidential election cycles.  With the mid-term elections fully upon us, things don’t seem to be improving. I find it easy for us to drift between two extremes. We often become disenchanted and disengage, or we fight for change and get caught up in the inflammatory debate that seems so normal around us.   The early church was no stranger to the…

Volunteer Spotlight | Jenn Stocks

In what way do you serve at Creekside? I work in the sound booth, either on the sound board or on projection.  I’ve always loved music, and specifically our worship leaders’ music, but I do not have the talent to be a performer.  A few years ago, I discovered that the teams usually rehearsed prior to service on Sunday mornings so I began coming early and helping set up the ballroom (back when we were still over there).  This way,…

An Interview with Daniel Nelms

Creekside has a commitment to see churches planted here in the United States and around the world. That commitment has led us into long relationship with Redeemer in New Jersey and they have been a personal encouragement and challenge to us as elders here at Creekside. Early on, our heart for church planting moved us to provide the health insurance for Eric and his family during the first couple of years of their church plant. It’s pretty exciting to see…
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