In this series, we will be reading through "All the Places to Go" by John Ortberg. Through this seven week series, we will learn more about the will of God and specifically the open doors He is inviting us to walk through. Books may be purchased Sunday at our City Cafe for $10.
The number of people who identify with no religion is growing sharply, especially amongst millennials. Americans’ level of religious commitment has plummeted sharply, and it is essential that followers of Jesus understand, with honesty, the reasons for the decline. In this series, we will explore this recent phenomenon and propose six ways of living that highlight the winsomeness and attractiveness of following Jesus in an era like ours and, indeed, in any era.
Our annual Presbyters' Meeting took place on January 19th. Each of our presbyters (overseers from outside the church) shared a brief message followed by a time of Q&A.
Take a moment to listen to a special announcement from our pastors and elders about the upcoming transition that will take place this summer.
This is a special two-part series on prayer and fasting. We have included a resource to aid you in the practice of fasting here.
Welcome to the series God With Us! In this series, we will explore the person of the Holy Spirit and the crucial role he plays in our lives and in the church. The Holy Spirit is God who draws near to us, bringing us power for living in the kingdom. Our sense of conviction, guidance, and spiritual formation are all due to the work of the Spirit.
In this four-week series, we will confront the anger and division that have come to characterize our world and explore how followers of Jesus can live with grace, humility, and compelling witness in a time like this. Join us as we pursue lives of civility and unity together!
On October 21st, we hosted a discipleship forum entitled Restoring Together. Through an excellent line-up of speakers and engaging conversation, we discussed how followers of Christ can bring civility and unity in an era of anger and division.
Welcome to our new sermon series Work Matters! Much of our lives are devoted to work, whether in an office, bakery, machine shop, or at home. At its best, work gives us a sense of meaning and purpose. At its worst, work is an occasion for stress and idolatry. In this series, we will explore the transformative reality that our work is an integral part of the kingdom of God. Work matters, far beyond what we might have imagined. We invite you to join us for this six-week series.
This is a stand alone message.