This Sunday at Willow Creek - November 20, 2016!
We can't wait to see you tomorrow!
Join us at 10:00AM for worship!
We will conclude the first part of our series in Acts! November is the month when churches around the world set aside a special time to remember their persecuted sisters and brothers in prayer. We'll take time to do so tomorrow, looking at the conversion of Saul - one of the earliest persecutors of the Church - and God's power to soften even the hardest hearts.
Don't forget to join us for our delicious, fun Thanksgiving Brunch celebration! We'll gather in the gymnasium right after worship.
This Sunday, we'll also receive our newest members! God is growing Willow Creek Church, and we could not be more grateful for our newest members. We'll receive and introduce them tomorrow morning!
Another of our wonderful music ministry teams is ready with great songs of praise and worship: How Great Thou Art, At the Cross (Love Ran Red), Fierce, Great I Am, and All the Poor and Powerless.
There will be no Sunday seminars tomorrow! We're on our fall break! Huge thanks to the Andy and Nancy Pearcey and Frank Markel for offering two great classes this fall!
Drew Taylor, our Director of Children's Ministries, and his wonderful team will offer a special teaching time for children in K-5th grade (children will be dismissed right before the sermon).
Be sure to join your friends and our guests in the Crossroads Cafe before or after the service.
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