Do you need a music break in your day today? If so, we have what you need! Click the link below to visit our Adult page for a story about music grown out of the pandemic.
We’re taking a summer break from posting our monthly Playlists, but we have a way for you to explore this year’s themes on your own. Click the link below to visit our Adult Playlists page to learn more.
What’s the connection between an empty chair and prayer? To find out the answer, click the link below to visit our Worship&Music page.
We’ll be celebrating Pentecost at Desert Cross this weekend. You’ll see a lot of the color red in our sanctuaries, but what is Pentecost? Click the link below to visit our Adult page and learn more about the “birthday” of the Church.
The theme for our Playlists this month is Love. Connected to our theme, we’re sharing information for all ages on our Children’s page about God’s Love. Use the link below to read more about it. When you’re finished there, use the other links below to check out this month’s Playlists for Children, Youth, and Adults.
Music is a key element of any worship service. We’ve missed hearing each other’s voices sing the old hymns and the praise songs. Well, wait no longer! Starting Sunday we’ll be singing (with masks on) at in-person worship services at Desert Cross. To get your vocal chords warmed up, click the link below to visit our Worship&Music page.
No, we’re not talking about the R.E.M. song. We’re sharing an article published in Worship Leader. The role of religion and churches in our society has been changing over recent years. Click the link below to visit our Youth page to read more about it.
The Making of Biblical Womanhood: How the Subjugation of Women Became Gospel Truth. The title of Beth Allison Barr’s new book is quite a mouthful! Click the link below to visit our Adult page and to learn more about her work.
The focus of our Playlists this month is Peace. Part of today’s post is about Prayers for Peace, but there’s much more. There’s a podcast about bringing peace home, there’s a website about teaching tolerance, and there’s a TED Talk about a peace project. Click the link below to visit our Children’s page. You’ll something there for all ages.