**** In-person worship has resumed: 9am traditional service, 9:45 and 11am contemporary services. Online worship continues. Sunday School for all ages, children's programs, and nursery will resume at a later date.  Go to SpryChurch.com/updates for more details. **** 

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A Hopeful Vision for Your Life

Hi Spry Family! We're all living, but what does it mean to be truly alive? This weekend we begin a worship series that will help you answer that question. It's called "ALIVE." The series title is in all caps because it serves as an acronym for a compelling and wonderful vision for you and me to pursue. In this series, we'll be looking at what God tells us about the full...

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Where True Joy is Found

Dear Spry Church Family, What brings you joy? Where are you finding joy during this season? This week in worship we look at finding joy in every situation, including when life is difficult. My sermon is titled "Where True Joy is Found" and we will finish our Transitions series based on the book of Habakkuk. The message of Habakkuk is remarkably relevant to our lives tod...

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What to Expect

Dear Spry Family, It's been 14 weeks since we last gathered in person to worship God. I never could have imagined a scenario where that would happen. But, I'm grateful to be able to say that after 14 weeks of not holding in-person worship, this Sunday June 21 we resume gathering together to worship God. Today someone asked me how I felt and I said, "I'm excited and a li...

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Spry's State of the Church 2020

Dear Spry Family,I have encouraging updates to share with you on the life of our church today! Please click on the link below to view a brief video on Spry's State of the Church 2020. God is at work here at Spry Church and has great things in store for us and our community! ...

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What We All Need Now

Dear Spry Family, I hope you are doing well. I really miss seeing you all! We are close to resuming in-person worship (see details below). Meanwhile, we'll continue with our online worship only. We have a great service planned for this Sunday. In the church calendar, this Sunday--the Sunday after Pentecost--is Trinity Sunday. Our focus as a church should always be on Go...

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A Power Greater Than Your Own

Dear Spry Church, I hope you have been able to enjoy the pleasant weather we've had lately. I love this time of year. This weekend is one of the most important days of the year for all Christians, Pentecost. The word "Pentecost" is Greek for "fiftieth." In the Old Testament, Pentecost was formally known as the Feast of Weeks, a celebration of the grain harvest that t...

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survey about reopening church

Dear Spry Church, I hope you are staying safe and well. This week's email update contains a lot of important information, including a survey that we'd love for you to complete, so please read all the way to the end. If you're like me, then at some point during this lockdown period, you've probably felt alone. Some of us literally are living alone right now. It's so impor...

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Choose Trust -- God is With Us!

Dear Spry Church, I hope you are staying safe and well. This weekend we continue our Resurrection series by looking at the words of Jesus in John 14:1-14. You can read the passage by clicking here. This is a call for us, in the midst of uncertainty, weariness, and maybe even frustration, to choose trust. Trust can be difficult. For one thing, how do we know who is trustwo...

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The Voice You Follow

Dear Spry Church, Greetings in the name of Jesus Christ, our Living Savior, Healer of our brokenness, and Hope of the world! This weekly update includes information about a number of things related to our church and/or our community. Because of all the news to share, it's a longer message than usual. Please see the headings and read the sections of interest if not the ent...

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Even in Our Doubts

Dear Spry Church, If, like me, you've ever had doubts, you're certainly not alone. Our Scripture reading for this weekend's worship describes the reaction of Thomas to the news that Jesus was alive. Other disciples had seen Jesus, risen from the dead. When they told Thomas, he said to them: "Unless I see the nail marks in his hands and put my finger where the nails were, ...

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