The Golden Rule says treat others the way you would want to be treated. And Christ teaches that we should love God first and love our neighbors second. Our sermon series, On Location, which runs from July 4 to August 8, will teach us how we can live out these principles and love the people God has placed all around us.
Money is hard to manage, no matter who you are. We need godly wisdom to help us make wise financial choices throughout our life. Whether you’re digging out of debt, planning for your future, or preparing for the next stage in life, now’s the time to build a foundation that endures. Our next sermon series will reveal how investing in a brighter tomorrow starts by “Making Change” today.
We’re excited to announce that our online giving system is getting an upgrade starting May 3. Our hope is to provide a better giving experience for everyone and provide both you and Ward Church with a variety of benefits. Due to the secure nature of our online giving, we cannot automatically transfer your financial information without your help. Learn more!
Artist Scott Erickson’s artwork “Stations in the Street” presents a stark and visceral representation of Christ’s journey to the cross. This art gallery is currently featured at Ward Church, just outside of the sanctuary. The collection will remain through Easter Sunday. View a virtual presentation here.
We invite you to partner with us financially through this year’s Easter Offering, as we work to identify, resource, and empower church planters to launch new church plants through the EPC’s Detroit Church Planting Network, and help existing church plants, Abundant Mercy Church and 5point7 Community Church, in their efforts to reach new people and have impact in their communities.
Come see and experience the Lord’s goodness and faithfulness this Easter with Ward on April 4! Please complete the form to indicate whether you will join us. Attend in-person at one of three service times: 8, 9:30, and 11 a.m. Or, join us via our Live Stream at 8, 9:30, and 11 a.m. + 2, 4, 6 p.m.
Join us for one of two Services of Shadows, on April 1 and 2, at 7:30 p.m. in the Sanctuary and via Live Stream. Pre-register for childcare. Ward’s rendition of this ancient practice is a dramatic presentation, in which candles are progressively extinguished until only one remains, representing the darkness that fell over the earth as the Son of God was crucified.