Applause for Volunteers
Description:For the third weekend in our Applause series, we spend our time together honoring, celebrating, and applauding our many volunteers who make what we do at Cypress possible. It takes a lot of hands to accomplish what we do on the weekend (and throughout the week) in all of the many ministries that we participate in as a church. Thank you volunteers for offering of your time and talents in order to serve God through the work of the church.
Description:This Mother's Day weekend we honor, celebrate, and applaud all mothers. Cypress welcomes special guest speaker (and Pastor Ken's wife) Serena Murphy as she brings us a message on motherhood while lifting up not only the mothers but all of the sisters in Christ...
Description:Our lives are marked in milestones. Years pass by quickly and our children of today graduate tomorrow. Today we celebrate, honor, and applaud our graduates...
Description:The Titanic was coined as "Unsinkable" at the time, but we all know how the story goes...We live in a society that ethically and morally continues to decay year after year. This week we conclude the Unsinkable series by looking at what wisdom teaches us about living in that world. What lies at the center of your moral compass?...
Description:Cypress welcomes Maurice Clarett as he publicly shares his story for the first time in Columbus. We know the story of huge potential and early downfall that was portrayed in the media. Now we get a glimpse of the personal side of Maurice's story as he shares with us his struggles, where he came from, and who he once was. This is the story of how he came to know Christ in prison and came to rely on faith to get him through. This is the story of a truly transformed life...
Description:The Titanic was coined as "Unsinkable" at the time, but we all know how the story goes...This week we take a look at the value of true, deep relationships in life. Don't live in isolation.Are you UNSINKABLE?
Description:The Titanic was coined as "Unsinkable" at the time, but we all know how the story goes...How often do we consider ourselves UNSINKABLE? How often do we refuse the wisdom of others who have already traveled down the roads that take us to failure or destruction in life? How many of us pursue pleasure above all else? This weekend we seek wisdom in the story about the wisest man who ever lived.Are you UNSINKABLE?
Description:The story seems unbelievable, but the Truth is that Jesus wants YOU to be a part of the story! He came for YOU, He died for YOU, and He's madly in love with YOU!