Want to get to know the pastor and learn more about LifeSpring Church? Interested in meeting a few other people in a casual, laid-back setting?
Then you’ll want to stick around for Pizza With the Pastor on Sunday, October 9. Join us for lunch right there at the Southern Hospitality Conference Center right after the worship service. We’ll have the food and drinks; you provide good company!
Cost is $4 per person (Max $12 per family; kids under 4 eat free).
Hey, College Students! Want to go bowling?!?
We’ll meet-up at the Conference Center at 7:00p Monday night, October 3 and carpool over to the Clubhouse at Hackers. LifeSpring will cover lane rental; you just cover shoe rental and any food you want. Look for the big, bright poster on Sunday or sign-up on the Facebook event page!
A Chick-fil-A Approach to Discipleship
New Teaching Series Begins October 9!
You may know them for their chicken sandwiches, waffle fries, and playful cow mascot, but did you realize the Chick-fil-A organization has one of the top leadership cultures in the world?
Join us as we learn a few things we can put in our toolkits as we lead our community to life changing encounters of Jesus’ love.
Sundays, 10:30am, October 9 thru November 6
First Time Guests
If you’re a first-time guest planning to come during this series, here is some information that may be helpful during your first visit.
Invite a friend or seven!
You can use this image put on Facebook, email to invite friends, or copy the link to share with others.
Note: This is not sponsored by or affiliated with Chick-fil-A, Inc.
We just like them. And their chicken sandwiches.
Baptism Service: Sunday, August 28 at 5pm
Luau cookout to follow!
We’ve got the meat and drinks.
You bring a side dish or dessert to share.
It will be a time to celebrate God’s grace, some great food, and some fun times together as LifeSpring, the newest Methodist church in Bulloch County, meets at and celebrates with Union UMC, the oldest Methodist church in Bulloch County.
Baptisms and Luau will be at Union UMC.
(For directions, see below or contact Josh Burnham [912-536-9081].)
Need a ride to the Luau Baptism? Want to carpool or just follow somebody who knows where they’re going?
Meet here at the Conference Center Sunday at 4:15.
(We’ll be leaving at 4:20, so don’t be late!)
Baptisms are a big deal, so don’t miss this!
Directions to the Luau Baptism:
- From downtown Statesboro, head north on N Main St. (which becomes Lakeview Rd.)
- Turn right onto Old River Rd.
(From the Courthouse, Old River Rd. is approx. 10 miles. There will be a LifeSpring sign at the corner.)
- Union Church is about 1 mile on the right.
- From downtown Brooklet, head north on N Parker Ave.
- Turn left onto Clito Rd.
(On Clito Rd., you’ll go about 9.5 miles, crossing Burkhalter Rd. and GA-24.)
- Turn right onto US-301/GA-73.
- In 2.4 miles, turn left onto Old River Rd.
- Union Church is about 3.5 miles on the left.
If you’ve ever seen the tv game show Jeopardy!, you know it’s about asking the right questions. Alex Trebek reads an answer off the big blue board and contestants have to buzz in and ask the right question to win a certain dollar amount.
We’re not asking questions for dollar amounts on a game show. We’re looking for the priceless answers for life. And we know those answers are found in God.
Join us for a new message series called “Basics: Asking the Right Questions.”
In this series we will be exploring the “right questions” to the “answers” of the basic building blocks of our faith as followers of Jesus Christ.
They may be questions about faith, God, Jesus, prayer, salvation, the Bible, living as a Christian… whatever. We want to address your questions. We want to address the questions of new- and non- Christians.
Our hope is that by you knowing we’re addressing questions you and those close to you are asking, you will make a point to be with us on Sunday, invite others who are asking these questions, and that we will all be equipped to live a life that makes a difference!
Begins: August 7!
Pastor Dorsia Atkinson will be preaching revival services at Buckhorn UMC this week!
Revival Services each night at 7:00pm.
Sunday, July 31 thru Wednesday, August 3
Everyone is invited!
If you’re interested in going, email Pastor Dorsia Atkinson for more information or to carpool for the roadtrip.
2293 Chicken Road
Dexter, GA 31022
It’s summer time! In the midst of soaking up the sun, family vacations, and lounging by the pool, we want to throw a little summer flavor into your summer Sundays. There will be some fun and excitement happening each week, sometimes just before the worship service, sometimes just after the worship service…
We’ll announce the next event each Sunday. Or you can like us on Facebook, follow us on twitter, or just check back right here to get a sneak peak of what’s next. We’ll keep you updated every week with information about the next weekly event. We could tell you now, but we want a little mystery to it!
June 19: Father’s Day Pregame
Dad related games and contests to celebrate Father’s Day.
June 26: Covered Dish Lunch
Covered dish lunch following the worship service. Bring a side-dish to share!
July 3: Watermelon-Mania
Stick around a few minutes after the worship service for some Fourth of July fun and enjoy a slice of watermelon.
July 10: Preservice Trivia
Alright smarty-pants, join us for a little trivia contest just before the worship service.
July 17: Minute to Win It
You’ve seen the show. Now you can take part in a series of 60-second challenges (or just sit back and enjoy watching the action live). Starts about 10:15!
July 24: LifeSpring Family “Campout”
Gather around the “campfire” for some indoor s’mores and a little family camping fun. Immediately after the worship service.
At LifeSpring we believe that doing life together is an essential part in growing deeper in strengthening our walk with God. None of us were created to live life alone and building healthy relationships with others is important to our spiritual growth. Our Summer Event Series is an easy, low-risk way to jump in, participate, and begin building some of those relationships.
Get your dad to church a little early this week!
We’ll have some fun and a few “dad” oriented contests before the worship service this Father’s Day. And if you’re not a dad, come on anyway, because you don’t want to miss this!
Father’s Day Pregame, 10:15am this Sunday, June 19.
Directions to our worship location.
If we are to truly follow Jesus, serving others is not optional.
Serving isn’t a substitute for a relationship with Jesus, but is an extension of our relationship with him. Meeting the needs of others is our tangible expression of God’s love through us. You are a part of God’s love being expressed to the world by how you serve others… how you treat others… how you love others.
Be with us on Sundays in May as we dig into “Service with a Smile,” including a special celebration of The Living Water Project on May 15.
THIS SUNDAY, 9AM-12NOON
Don’t Just Go to Church, BE the Church
Want to make Bulloch County better? So do we.
The Basic Info
On Sunday, May 1, we will not meet for a typical Sunday worship service. Instead we are having what we call a “Be The Church” day, a day of service to the community. We will meet at the GSU Wesley Foundation (103 Herty Dr., Statesboro, 30458) at 9am and then head into the community to engage in service projects.
We’ll have several work teams spreading out into the community do several projects. Our projects will range from basic “yard work” to building a small ramp for an older lady to assembling gift bags for medical staff, as well as a few other great projects.
At the conclusion of our projects, we do want to meet together to close out our morning. Some of your workteam members may need to be back to pickup young children or to get equipment borrowed from other teams, but we hope everyone will stick around for a closing devotional time at 11:45am. We plan to be done by noon… honest!
How You Can Be Prepared
- It will be important for you to arrive as close to 9am as possible. While we have plenty of time to accomplish the projects, we will be meeting briefly before leaving for our project sites. While we’ll have some people at the Wesley Foundation all morning, we don’t want you to get left behind!
- We’re rolling our sleeves up and getting a little sweaty, so we recommend you wear “work” clothes. (There are a couple of projects that require a little less “sweat equity”, so everyone will be able to participate regardless of physical ability.)
- Come with a kind and caring heart. We’re serving people out of our love for God and want that love to be reflected to those we’re serving. Also, you’ll be on a team with other volunteers… so play nice!
- If you are able to help out, we are still in need of the following items:
- (This list will be available soon.)
Come, be part of making a difference!