Last fall, the story of Mr. Fred Rogers led our Lead Team into a discussion about the Great Commandment, which is to love God and love your neighbor. It came up that the way to carry out the mission of disciple-making begins with being a good neighbor. But you can’t be a good neighbor if you don’t know your neighbor. During May & June 2019, we'll learn ways we can get to know our neighbors and better serve them. It will be an exciting time in the life of our church as we see what God will do in our lives!
What do we really want for Christmas? What we really want is Jesus, giver of hope, peace, joy, and love. Join us each week leading up to Christmas to hear a prophecy about Jesus Christ made 700 years before his birth. Learn how the Christmas story has been woven in time from beginning to end and experience the anticipation of Christ’s birth with us.
What does it mean to have purpose? It’s what changes us from merely existing to living dynamically. You could have everything you want and need, but if you lack purpose, you can miss out on living life in all of its fullness. With so much chaos in the world, it can be difficult to recognize ourselves as God’s very good creation. But in the midst of that chaos, God reveals a blueprint because we are still worth redeeming.
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What impact can someone's last words have on those who are still present? Our next sermon series, "Cross Words," looks at the last words of Jesus and how they still shape us today.
We live in a culture that doesn't rest. We schedule every minute of our lives and pride ourselves on not wasting time. But what does God say about rest? During the month of July, we'll learn to see rest the way God does - as an active pause. If you've been tired or weary lately, or are just in need of a break, invite your friends and join us as we find rest in God's presence.
It seems that bad news is everywhere, from headlines to our inboxes. Sometimes our lives feel overwhelmed by it all. But as Christians, we are not people of bad news—we’re people that know a lot about Good News! Join us for weekend worship in 2017 to learn about why we as a Church have the best news for the world; news that can change our lives and the world.
Glory Sightings tells the Easter story from the perspective of Matthew's gospel. The disciples' lives were transformed from fear to joy as they encountered the risen Christ.
Sermon Series thru February 6/7
After the hectic holidays we often long to return to a more balanced and disciplined life in the New Year. During this 6-week New Year series Davis will help us explore ways to slow down the pace, simplify our lives, and create space in our hearts for God.