Our mission is to provide a loving environment in which the Holy Spirit is alive and the word of God is heard. To express the love and grace of Jesus Christ. To nurture disciples who will go into their everyday world and make Christianity tangible.
Our worship is a powerful expression of our faith as a Christian family. Through the spoken word, song and prayer, we offer praise to God and gratitude to Christ for his amazing and gracious love for each of us.
Everyone across the Las Vegas Valley is invited to have fun and enjoy great food while helping others at Sammy’s Restaurant, Bar and Grill at 1501 North Green Valley Parkway in Henderson on Sunday, November 13th, 11:00 am to 9 pm. 20% of your food bill will support our benefit for the Henderson Presbyterian Church Food Bank, a life-line for over 1,600 individuals in our community. To participate, you must bring the flyer with you to Sammy’s on November 13th! CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FLYER
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October 15 & 16, 2016 | Texts: Romans 12:1-13| Rev. Jim Blades
These past weeks, we’ve been exploring the will of God; a subject many have learned from our religious training to nearly fear; something to which we must resign ourselves, of which we must speak and sing in hushed and solemn tones:
Though Thou hast called me to resignWhat most I prized, it ne’er was mine;I have but yielded what was Thine–“Thy will be done.”[i]
October 8 & 9, 2016 | Texts: Job 42:1-2; Rev. 21:1-6 & 22:1-2| Rev. Jim Blades
I think I know what makes good comedy good: it makes us laugh at the uncomfortable part of ourselves.
October 1 & 2, 2016 | Texts: Isaiah 55:1-9 | Rev. Hilda Pecoraro
Ho, everyone who thirsts,
come to the waters;
and you that have no money,
come, buy and eat!
Come, buy wine and milk
without money and without price.
September 24 & 25, 2016 | Texts: Gen. 3:21; 50:19-20; Rom. 8:28; 12:21 | Rev. Jim Blades
If there is any subject about which we need to think carefully, it is the will of God. We all have enough trouble in our lives without adding to it the notion that God sent those troubles to chastise or judge us.