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10 days of prayer for VBS
July 18th, 2023
Compiled by Laura VickeryThis coming week, more than 100 kids are coming to Creekside for Vacation Bible School (VBS), where they’ll learn about Jesus and how following Him changes the game. Of these ...  Read More
A Better Freedom
July 3rd, 2023
By Michael RoopThis week, many of us enjoyed a day off work to celebrate freedom. Whatever form your celebration took, when we zoom out from July 4th, we see a broader conversation around freedom that...  Read More
Just a Toe: The Importance of Membership in the Local Church
July 3rd, 2023
By Chrissy and Jeff SatineWhen I think about the human body, I give a lot of attention to major organs like the heart, lungs, brain, etc. but how often do I give consideration to the importance of the...  Read More
Rhythms of Rest
June 22nd, 2023
By Stephen PowellIt seems that every ad, commercial, and spam email is appealing to getting more work done in a more efficient way. “This app will make people think you’ve hired a personal assistant,”...  Read More
Christian Study Center hosts talk with Andy Crouch on flourishing in a technological world
June 12th, 2023
By Marie BanksAs a busy professional, mother, homemaker, and someone who seeks meaningful connection in my community, I often struggle to thrive. For me, life sometimes feels like a bottomless pit ofd...  Read More
Three short-term summer mission trips to pray for
June 7th, 2023
By Ellen Hargrave This summer, several Creeksiders will be headed to a variety of locations to share the Gospel through Word and deed. It is exciting to see how God is using people’s passions, linguis...  Read More
2023 Summer Reading List
June 6th, 2023
The staff at Creekside Community Church submitted their recommendations for books to read this summer, including options for kids. Take a look at the list below to see their picks and thoughts on what...  Read More
Summertime at Creekside
May 30th, 2023
By Laura VickeryWhile ministry events and programs at Creekside (and in Gainesville) slow down over the summer, it’s important to stay connected to the life of the church. To help you do so, here’s an...  Read More
History’s Greatest Gift
May 24th, 2023
By Michael RoopNaming a sermon series is a bit of a challenge, so maybe I should give myself some grace. We called the most recent Advent series History’s Greatest Gift, with the obvious implication t...  Read More
Sending off our graduating seniors with prayer
May 17th, 2023
By Sarah Hedges and Elyot Xia-Zhu Our time with the youth (seven years for Sarah!) has been joyful, frustrating, and an honor. We have walked with our youth through various trials: many changes in the...  Read More
Church unity in divided times
May 16th, 2023
Steve GreggIn the book of Acts, one of the first challenges to the church was tension between the Hellenistic Jewish members and the rest of the church. The Hellenistic Jewish members had grown up in ...  Read More
In the Middle
May 5th, 2023
By LauraDon’t you love a good redemptive story? A story of difficulties and trials that no one would choose, but of endurance and faithfulness and coming out stronger on the other side? A story of God...  Read More