Between Sundays - September 16

A Note From Jason

Thanks to everyone who has provided feedback on our Headlines series. We are so glad to hear it has been of help so far. If you missed last Sunday's message on sexuality, I would really encourage you to go back and watch it online sometime soon. We will be discussing the topic of abortion this Sunday. Please pray for me as I continue to balance the need for both grace and truth.

Next, we start another session of Launch Point this Sunday in Room 201 for those who want to know more about our church. If you are considering getting more involved or even becoming a partner, we'd really encourage you to attend. And, finally, please know that I am praying for you today. Let us know if we can serve you in any way this week!

News & Announcements

Awaken: A Gathering For Women
Shoreline will soon begin hosting a new monthly gathering for women called, "Awaken." Awaken is a gathering for every woman no matter how big her struggles or complicated her story. It's an awakening to God's story; to who He is, who we are in Him, and how we take part in the greatest story. It's coming together at the feet of Jesus through prayer, worship and the word. And it's making His name great in our church, in our community, and in our world.

If you'd like to join us for a preview night of prayer and vision, please join us on Monday, September 19 from 7:00-8:30 PM. Childcare is not provided.

Yellow Creek Shoe Drive
Beginning this Sunday, September 18, we will be collecting new, closed toe children's shoes for students at Yellow Creek Elementary School in Middlesboro, KY. This is a great, tangible way that you and your family can serve these kids and their families. Through September 25, you can drop off these shoes in the blue bins located at both downstairs and upstairs entrances. An opportunity to go drop off the shoes at Yellow Creek will be announced at a later date. If you have any questions, email Jenny Pace.

Caring For The Orphan
Open Hands, Shoreline's arm for orphan care, represents a posture of prayer, service, surrender, and willingness to step into areas of need in the orphan crisis. Regardless of your stage in life, there is a place for you to serve. Opportunities to get involved as well as updates about what’s happening within Open Hands can be found by joining our Facebook page at