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Please note new address for submission of Religious Services articles. Lynette Williams, Editor of Religious Services, can now be reached at [email protected] All articles for the Religious Services section of the Newsletter must be forwarded to Lynette Williams by the 10th of month.

Scripps-Mesa Bible Church

For SMBC the cross of Christ is important. The cross reminds us that Jesus’ death brings forgiveness of sins and freedom to live for God. The empty cross reminds us that Jesus is no longer dead, having risen from the grave, and is now with God the Father. The cross reminds us of God’s holiness, love, mercy, and grace and of Jesus’ willingness to die that we might live. The cross serves as a lesson of God’s great power – a power that can turn a symbol of humiliation, defeat and death into one of love, life and power and testifies that He can do the same with the junk in our lives. Also, the cross challenges us to live and love as Jesus did – self-sacrificially, seeing the needs of others as more important than our own, obeying the call of God the Father even to the point of death.

Please update listing for Canyon Springs: We now meet at 8:45& 10:30 at Dingeman Elementary School

Canyon Springs Church

Discover a wonderful new place in Scripps Ranch to enjoy real family closeness and build great lasting friendships! Canyon Springs Church is new and different! Come enjoy a casual atmosphere, upbeat contemporary music from nationally published songwriter Jim Firth and the River Rocks band and interesting messages from camp and conference speaker, Jack Hawkins, that will make you laugh, think and build your relationship with God. We offer quality children’s programs that provide a safe environment for your children to learn that God loves them and a “Get Real” Youth ministry program for Junior High. Canyon Springs is real fun, real people and real answers.

Canyon Springs now has services at both 8:45 and 10:30 am. We meet at Dingeman Elementary School. From I-15, exit Scripps Poway Parkway east. Turn right on Scripps Creek and go to 11840 Scripps Creek. Call us at 586-9492, email at [email protected] or look us up at