Disciples Christian Church
Serving Together in Christ's Name
Welcome to Disciples Christian Church!
I believe the best way to get to know a church is by personal visit to Sunday morning worship, but I recognize also the importance of wanting to know more about a church even before that first visit. So, I encourage you to browse through this website to get to know us. I hope that the information you find will be helpful in your search for a church home.
In navigating this website, you will see that we are an active, and growing congregation that worships and serves together as Christ’s believers. You can see that we are a reflection of the diversity of the community we serve, and that there is a place here for you.
It is my privilege to serve as pastor of this congregation, and it will be my great joy to greet you some Sunday morning soon.
John 3:16 is perhaps the most well-known verse in the Bible. We recite the verse as, for God so loved the world. But world is translated from the original Greek, kosmos. Yes, God so loved the whole blooming, buzzing, evolving, groaning cosmos that Jesus' life, death, and resurrection connects it forever with redeeming promise.
Beginning with Ash Wednesday, Christians enter into a time of self-examination and sacrifice, prayer and penitence. It’s a time to go deeper into our faith and to make changes in how we are living. With For God so loved the cosmos, … as our theme, we’ll explore through scripture the impact of our lifestyles and actions on the earth for all inhabitants and in all places.
 From “For God So Loved the Cosmos” April 2010 issue of U.S. Catholic (Vol. 75, No. 4, pages 18-21).