Sermons


Through the Waters

August 9, 2020

We Gentiles can rejoice that God has graciously chosen to adopt us into God's family against nature, common sense, and good taste without thinking (blasphemously) that our inclusion is to…

Seaside Stories

July 26, 2020
Jesus uses little seeds to teach that the gospel is small and yet incredibly great - hidden treasure and a pearl to teach of joy and action - Engage the…
The Bible sets before us a problem that has affected individuals and whole nations throughout history.  Simply put, it's the problem that LIFE ISN'T ALWAYS FAIR!  Consider the Covid Crisis.

Swept Up into Life

July 12, 2020
When it comes to our ultimate destiny, what's next, our fates are in the hand of a merciful God.  The same God who daily, throughout our lives, has shown such…
Let's be honest.  Most of us hope for a life that's unburdened, where we are free from all yokes around our necks.  Then here comes God's Son, Savior of the…

Practicing Hospitality

June 28, 2020
When we reach out, open our lives, receive and offer the grace of God in the smallest of ways, in breaking bread, in sharing a cup, we encounter another, we…
Jesus makes dead people alive. The gospel isn’t Jesus taking dead people  and making them good, upstanding citizens. The gospel says that we are alive in Christ. God’s plan in…

God’s Peace

June 14, 2020
Paul really drives home his point that the God to whom we have attempted to gain access has, in Jesus Christ, gained access to us by saying that God’s desire…

Authorized

June 7, 2020
The Great Commission passage is one of the places in Scripture where we see mention of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. On this Trinity Sunday, we will consider the…
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Photo Galleries

February 16, 2020

Kids helped plan and participated in this service. You did great!

Kick Off Sunday

September 8, 2019 we kicked off our Fall church programming with a lunch!