Lots of people use emojis as a fun way to express emotions. But most of our biggest regrets can be traced back to the mistakes we made in how we actually expressed our emotions. Are you ready to take control of your emotions, rather than being controlled by them?


Join us at Mt Vernon Church at 9:00 or 10:30 AM this Sunday (200 Mt Vernon Road, Columbus) for our all-new teaching series: Emojis. We'll unpack the biblical principles behind understanding what our emotions are really telling us and how we can respond in ways that move our relationships forward, rather than causing pain. Sadness doesn't have to lead to depression and anger doesn't have to turn into bitterness. Come and discover practical tools for not only managing your emotions, but healing from past emotional wounds. 

    • Sept. 8 – Anger
    • Sept. 15 – Sadness
    • Sept. 22 – Shame
    • Sept. 29 – Fear

FAQ

WHAT DO YOU DO FOR KIDS?

We have safe, age-appropriate environments for children up through 5th grade. DiscoveryZone (DZ), is a safe, loving, and fun-filled preschool ministry for infants through 4-year-olds. KidZone (KZ) is our exciting, fully produced experience for all Kindergarten through 3rd grade kids with interactive praise and creative sets, Bible stories that come to life, engaging media, and hands-on small group activities. Zone45 (Z45) is our 4th and 5th grade ministry where our older elementary-age kids can learn about the love of Jesus in their own space.

HOW LONG IS THE SERVICE?

Our Sunday morning experience lasts about 65 minutes. We start by singing two to three songs, then you’ll hear from a member of our teaching team. After the teaching time, we wrap up with a time of prayer, an opportunity to give tithes & offerings, and one final song.

WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?

Most people dress casually, but you are welcome to wear whatever makes you comfortable. If you’re excited about wearing your new dress or breaking out that tuxedo T-shirt, then do it! We promise you won’t be the only one.

CAN I ATTEND IF I'M _______?

Fill in the blank with whatever fear you have about not being accepted or feeling like an outsider: divorced, single parent, broke, an addict, a skeptic, etc. Everyone is welcome at Mt Vernon. So come as you are, and we’ll see you this Sunday!

STILL HAVE QUESTIONS?

We'd love to answer them for you! Contact us.