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Freedom Service

May 25, 2014 8:30, 10:00 and 11:30am Freedom. Freedom was why the Pilgrims came to America. Freedom is why so many have fought and  died. Freedom was the reason for the signing of the Constitution of the United States of America. Freedom is why Jesus Christ came, died, and rose again for us. Freedom is […]

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Care University

Care University 2014 from Shepherd’s Gate on Vimeo. Care University is quickly approaching and we would love to have you be a part of our Caring Ministries team! If you feel called to extend the love of Christ to people in our community then Care University will help prepare you to care well for others. […]

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Bible Presentation

Now that your child is at the end of 1st Grade, we think it’s a great time for you and your family to join in this special occasion.  Shepherd’s Gate, in partnership with your family, would like to present your child with their very own NIV Adventure Bible.  This will be a great Faith Step […]

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Holy Week & Easter

The Week That Changed The World No other week has had greater influence or significance for our world than Holy Week. The events of this week were not by chance but orchestrated by God Himself. Why did Jesus’ actions on Palm Sunday put Him on a collision course with the religious leaders? What did Jesus […]

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Summer Preschool Day Camp 2014

Discover summer fun during our fun-filled program during the week of July 21-25, 2014. Running the same week as SpringHill Day Camp will be at Shepherd’s Gate, children who will be 3 years old by October 1, 2014 through Kindergarten are eligible to attend the Preschool Camp. Our typical schedule will include circle time, stories, […]

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Ash Wednesday

Are you on the fast track? Fasting is mentioned 75 times in the Bible, yet it is a foreign concept to so many followers of Jesus today. People were called to fast when facing perilous times either personally or as a nation, when facing sickness or death, when facing attacks from an enemy, when in […]

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Church Building is Open

The church is OPEN today, Thursday, January 9 regular hours: 9am – 9pm The church is OPEN today, Wednesday January 8. Some groups are not meeting: Senior Bible Study, the Preschool classes and MOPS group are cancelled and there is no nursery. Fitness class is meeting.  The evening groups and activities are meeting as scheduled.  Drive safely! If […]

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Hunger does not take a holiday. Even after (almost) all the holiday ornaments are put away, the wrapping paper recycled and the batteries removed from those annoying toys, the Spirit of Sharing and Giving is still busy at Samaritan House. In the past three months, Samaritan House has seen dramatic demand of our emergency good […]

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