Join Us this Sunday!
8:00 am: Meets in the Seminar Room (A120)
9:30 am: Meets in the Worship Center
11:00 am: Meets in the Worship Center
Call to Worship
We are called to worship God with all our lives, not just on Sunday mornings, but with everything we say and do throughout the week. Sunday morning worship services are offered at 8:00 a.m. in the Seminar Room. Identical 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. services take place in the Worship Center. Our encounter with the Living God is something you surely want to be part of on Sunday mornings.
At Windwood we believe the body of Christ – our congregation – is called to worship together and we glorify God with several musical styles within the same service. All styles of music that have been written to honor and praise the Lord are valid for worshiping Him. From traditional anthems and hymns to current praise and worship styles and everything in between, at Windwood we make music not only because we love to, but we do it because we are called to by God Himself.
Worship and Arts Council
Rev. Kevin Rudolph
Sr. Staff Liaison, Worship & Arts
Summer Sermon Series – Sermons by Request
Earlier in the year the congregation was asked if there were passages or subjects that they would like to hear a sermon about. This summer, we will once again be having “sermons by request”. The subjects and passages very, but at least one person asked the question – so here are the answers – or some of the answers!
Sunday, July 15
Unequally Yoked—II Corinthians 6:1-18
“What does it mean to be “unequally yoked”? Does this mean Christians should only marry other Christians? Does this apply to denominations of Christians? And if it's supposed to make a difference, why do Christians get divorced at the same rate as non-Christians?”
Sunday, July 22
What is the “Q” Source?—Matthew 7:7-27
“In my years of researching different bible studies and various other things, I have heard many times about a “Q” source. What is that? Why would the contemporaries of Jesus not have mentioned something that they all based their writings off of?”
Sunday, July 29
What About the Veracity of the Bible?—II Timothy 3:1-17
“How can we tell people the Bible is true if there are unexplainable stories about a mass animal exodus involving only two of each kind of animal into a boat in the middle east, or Moses throwing a log into a bitter spring and turning it sweet, or Jesus feeding 5,000 people with loaves and a couple of fish? To a non-believer (or even a young/new believer) this sounds hard to believe.”
Sunday, August 5
Famous Prayers in the Old Testament—II Kings 20
“What are some of the famous prayers in the Old Testament? Who prayed them, why, and what was the outcome?”
Sunday, August 12
Old Earth or New Earth?—Genesis 1:1-10
“As Christians, how are we supposed to view the claim (and maybe proof?) from science that man/life has existed on earth for millions of years? For example, evidence found in carbon dating dinosaur bones; discovery of Lucy, who is 3.2 million years old, etc. How is all of that explained and how does it tie into the Bible? What should our response be to those who question it?”