WELCOME TO JOURNEY CHURCH
Thank you for taking the time to visit our website. What a joy it is to have an opportunity to introduce you to Journey Church! Our passion is to provide a place where people just like you can experience the life-changing message of
As you get to know us through visiting our Sunday services and exploring our website, you will notice some common themes. Biblical teaching, genuine worship, authentic fellowship, fervent prayer, sacrificial service and faithful evangelism are the values that guide everything we do.
Through this website our desire is that you will get a glimpse into who we are as a church and how you can get connected. We invite you to take a moment and read through our beliefs, our mission and our ministries. Also, take a few minutes and look at the various ways you can get involved with our church family.
We know you will probably have questions beyond what is answered here online. Please feel free to give us a call at 563-243-4164 or email us at [email protected]. We would love an opportunity to connect with you.
The Leadership and Staff
This Week's Sermon
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WORSHIP WITH US
UPCOMING EVENTS AT JOURNEY CHURCH
TBD | During the Worship Service | Contact Pastor Tom if interested
canceled for this year
Wednesday, May 6 | 6:00-8:00 pm | $13/book
HOLY WEEK AT JOURNEY CHURCH
Holy Week Devotional Readings
You’ll find 9 devotional readings focused on Christ’s final week (His Passion)—one for each day from Palm Sunday through the Monday after Easter.
“Messiah in the Passover”
The link will take you to a video (and supplies list) of a “Christ in the Passover” Jewish Seder meal. It will lead you through the different parts of the Seder and the meaning of each. The video is more meaningful if you are prepared to enter the experience by tasting certain elements of the Seder meal. Most items you likely already have, except for matzo, prepared horseradish, fresh parsley, and grape juice. These may be found at Jewel or HyVee (matzo may be in limited supply but saltine crackers work as a substitute). Even without the Seder foods, you may wish to watch in order to gain fresh insights into the Last Supper and Christ’s death.
Easter Jam for Kids
Below is “Easter Jam,” a resource with activities for children and families to participate in together on Easter Sunday!