October 2017

Take 5: Connected to God Through Prayer




The Message




What’s in A Name? New Meaning




September 2017

What’s In A Name? A Foundation




The Message




New Identity




Blessed As We Rest




August 2017

So, Now What?

AS WE GATHER in worship we conclude our worship series, The Greatest Sermon Ever.  In this powerful sermon, Jesus provides wisdom for daily living.  Beginning with the Beatitudes, Jesus provides guidance for our marriages, our families, our community and all our relationships.  He reminds us that we are not perfect people, but He is.  Living the perfect life for us, Jesus took the guilt of our sin to the cross and paid our penalty.  We are now the forgiven children of the heavenly Father, bound for heaven, simply by faith in Jesus.  As we continue our earthly journey, we do so living to His glory and the welfare of those around us.




Ask Seek Knock

AS WE GATHER Ask.  Seek.  Knock.  All strong words that require diligence, focus, and follow through.  Jesus uses these words in connection to praying to our Heavenly Father.  Not all of us are natural prayer warriors, yet we are told that we should ask, seek, and knock.  Taking time to ask God to help us in our daily lives, seeking to discern God’s answer of yes, no, or maybe, and knocking persistently knowing that God does hear our prayers




The Message

AS WE GATHER in worship during these summer months our worship series is “The Greatest Sermon Ever.”  This series is based on Jesus’ “Sermon on the Mount,” recorded in Matthew, chapters 5 – 7.  In this series we find the Lord’s guidance on living our lives as He intended that we would have joy and peace in our relationships with Him and one another.  How easy it is for us to judge others.  The Lord warns us about being more ready to judge that to forgive.  Remembering that Jesus calls us to repentance and forgiveness, so we call others to that same joy and privilege.