We are so happy you're interested in worshipping with the faith community at Noblesville First. If you're new, we look forward to meeting you and helping you find opportunities to worship, serve, study and grow in your faith. Whether you're ready to make a big leap or a baby step, the pastors and staff are committed to meeting you where you are. If you attend worship, be sure to introduce yourself to the pastors and myself. We have a special gift for you and we look forward to welcoming you into the Noblesville First church family!
And be sure to register your attendance, give online, request prayer and find opportunities to get involved and stay connected each week at ... NoblesvilleFirst.com/NextSteps.
We have enjoyed a special relationship with the Noblesville Bethel African Methodist Episcopal (A.M.E.) Church in recent years. We have worked together to make the M.L. King Celebration an event that brings our community together. In the summer of 2020 we held a combined worship at Teter which drew 220 persons during Covid.
We would like to continue to build upon that relationship by holding another combined worship experience on Sunday, May 22 at 11AM. We plan to gather in the outdoor worship space at Teter Retreat & Farm, 10980 E. 221st Street, Noblesville, if weather permits (rain location: Celebration Hall at Noblesville First). We have lined up a donut truck to encourage some fellowship following worship. Pastor Mindy Mayes and Pastor Jerry Rairdon will share the message and Pastor Matt will work with Bethel's Music Director to provide some inspiring music.
Contact Pastor Jerry Rairdon or call the church office at 317-773-2500.
Contemporary worship in Celebration Hall (Door 2,7) features high energy music from the praise band, scripture, a sermon from Pastor Jill Moffett or Pastor Matt Hantelman, and an interactive prayer time when you can take holy communion, kneel for prayer, and light a candle. Noblesville First Kids classes (birth-12th grade) are offered from 9:45-10:45AM. Programming for adults is also offered at that time. Then attend contemporary worship at 11AM as a family. What a great way to spend a Sunday morning! Masks and social distancing are encouraged but not required.
No 11:00 Contemporary Worship this week,
but plan to attend one of the following: