How do we accompany someone who is dying, and why would we want to do so? What information can be helpful to know at a time that can be stressful? How do we handle our own grief and other emotions even as we hold space for others? And where is God to be found at such a time?

Read "The Final Undertaking: Walking with someone who is dying" from Eileen Klaassen or listen below

To be alive means we have a fatal condition. How do we come to terms with that? How do we even talk about our own death with those nearest and dearest to us? How do we prepare for this inevitability when so much is out of our control? And where is God to be found at such a time?

Read "A Time to Die" from Eileen Klaassen or listen below

Over the next month and a half at WMC, we're about to begin a sermon series called "The Final Undertaking: Exploring Death's Journey." We'll be taking an extended look at walking with loved ones who are dying soon, preparing for our own deaths, the grieving process, etc.

Before we begin that personal look at the end of life, this week's sermon invites us to take a wider view at the context of our individual lives and deaths. So buckle up as we zoom out (like far, far out!) for a planet-sized perspective on mortality and life-after-death.

Read "E Pluribus Unim" from Joe Heikman or listen below

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When

Sunday Mornings
9:45 a.m. Adult Sunday School
10:15 a.m. Family Singing Time
10:45 a.m. Worship
Junior Sunday School During Service

Special Services and Times
Nov 10 - No Jr Sunday School or Family Singing

Contact

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Pastor Joe Heikman
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Pastor Eileen Klaassen
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