November 29

Sunday September 24:  “All In- To Our Community” Romans 10:10-15

Sunday September 24: “All In- To Our Community” Romans 10:10-15

In Romans 10, the apostle Paul makes an impassioned case that the gospel is good news for all people, but they need to experience it. Paul makes the case that as Christ followers it is our responsibility for the good news that we have been given, that gives us hope that grounds our lives, must be shared, embodied and expressed to people not just within our Christian community.

Sunday September 10:  “All In – Serving at Church” Romans 12:9-18

Sunday September 10: “All In – Serving at Church” Romans 12:9-18

At church we are called a covenant community, a community who thrives when its people look out for the well-being of one another. Romans 12 paints a picture of what this life in community, driven by the love of Christ, looks like; selfless, humble, passionate, grounded in Christ, and seeking the good of others in the community through active service and engagement.

Sunday August 6:  “Hospitality Leading Into Outreach”, Luke 19:1-10

Sunday August 6: “Hospitality Leading Into Outreach”, Luke 19:1-10

This Sunday we will look at how the “love of stranger” is not only a biblical principle but essential to our call to share the gospel. Oftentimes we can view the work of outreach as the job of people with the gift of evangelism. But evangelism isn’t necessarily a gift, it’s a calling for every Christian.

Sunday June 11: Ephesians 5:21-33 “Transformed Homes”

Sunday June 11: Ephesians 5:21-33 “Transformed Homes”

This week we continue our Ephesians series. The second half of Ephesians 5 looks to how our homes and families change in light of our faith in Jesus.  This might be one of the most quoted passages in conversation about men and women’s roles, and what scripture has to say about how we live and support one another.

Sunday June 4: Ephesians 5:1-20 “Transformed Lives”

Sunday June 4: Ephesians 5:1-20 “Transformed Lives”

This week we continue our Ephesians series. What does a Christian look like? Ephesians 5 looks practically at how as Christians our lives should look different from our culture in some core ways.  That our speech, our relationships, and our relationship with money fundamentally change when we meet Jesus.