Following worship on Sunday, September 11th, come join us on Nardin Park’s front lawn for food, fun, and fellowship from 11:15 AM-1:15 PM for the RALLY DAY “At the Carnival” event!
Featuring: Bounce House, Obstacle Course, Photo Booth, Face Painting!
Cotton Candy, Popcorn, Hot Dogs, etc! Hope to see you there!
Nardin Park’s 11th annual golf scramble to benefit Cass Community Social Services will take place on Monday, September 19, 2016, at the “Golden Fox” course, Fox Hills Golf and Banquet Center in Plymouth.
There will be a shotgun start at 11:00 am and, following a day of golf, dinner will be served at 5:00 pm.
The cost is $150/single player or $600 per foursome. This includes golf, cart, range, snack, lunch, dinner and beverages. Early bird registration is being accepted until August 31st: $135/player and $540 per foursome.
Not interested in golf? Join us for dinner for a $50 donation.
On Sunday, July 3rd, Nardin Park welcomed Rev. Melanie Carey and her family as Rev. Carey becomes our newly appointed pastor.
Rev. Carey’s worship theme for this Summer is “Faith Playlist”. A playlist is a list of songs that can be played in sequential or shuffled order. While the term first originated in the days of top 40 radio, most often today we think of playlists for our MP3 devices—phones, I-pods or other Portable Music Devices. Since we have the ability to download thousands of songs, we often organize them in play lists in order that we can pick a list of songs to hear.
If you could set up a Faith Playlist, what songs might you download and why? What might you put on your playlist of faith to help inspire you to live the kind of life God calls you to? Given the construction on I-275 a Faith Play List might help us all deal more calmly with the extra commute times and slow traffic.
Each week in this Summer’s worship services, the sermon will feature a song that you can download to your MP3 device. Download one song, or the whole sermon series as together we develop our Faith Playlist.
Did you know that you can honor or remember a loved one, a special event, or celebrate the Ministry of the Church by “lighting” the Nardin Park steeple? This beautiful structure can be seen for miles and is especially breathtaking when illuminated against the evening sky.
Commemorative steeple lighting is for one week, from Sunday through Saturday, for a $25 donation. To request your date, please contact the church office.