Thanks and Giving
November 21, 2021 | 1 Sermon
After being forced to cancel our Thanksgiving plans and Christmas celebrations last year, many of us are feeling more thankful than ever to just be able to sit down and spend time together with the people we love the most.
But Thanksgiving should be more than just a time of gratitude. Thanksgiving should also be a time when we remember that this world is filled with people who aren't as fortunate as we are, and we should find ways to give back and help other people.
October 24-November 14, 2021 | 4 Sermons
From Ant-Man to Wonder Woman, and everyone in between, we all love heroes. But deep down inside, we are all also capable of doing some pretty villainous things.
In this sermon series, we'll be exploring the stories of some of the most infamous villains in the Bible to learn from their mistakes and make sure we don't become the villain in our own stories.
Count the Cost
October 17, 2021 | 1 Sermon
A dollar bill is quite possibly the most recognizable form of currency in the world...and that means that a dollar bill is was made to be spent (whether we spend that dollar immediately or save it for the future).
But there are two ways to think about every dollar that we spend. We can think about how much something costs us, or we can think about the blessing we get from the money we spend.
October 10, 2021 | 1 Sermon
Since the COVID-19 pandemic began more than 19 months ago, we have all wondered: What does the future hold?
But as much as we want to, we still can't answer that question. However, by looking back over the last 19 months, we can see that God has been with us every step along the way...and we can trust that God will continue to be with us no matter what the future may hold.
It's Not What You Think
September 26-October 3, 2021 | 2 Sermons
Just about everybody has some image that comes to mind when they think about the words "Christian" and "Bible." But even though we think we know exactly what these words mean, there's a lot more to each of them.
In this two week sermon series, we'll find out that being a Christian means more than just being saved, and that the Bible is more than just a really old book.
August 15-September 19, 2021 | 6 Sermons
There are roughly 7.9 billion people in the world today. About 30 percent of these people - or roughly 2.3 billion people - call themselves Christians. Based on these numbers alone, it's hard to imagine we could all agree on anything...let alone something as big as God. But we do.
In this sermon series, inspired by the Apostles' Creed, we'll be exploring the beliefs that make us Christians.
July 25-August 8, 2021 | 3 Sermons
Since the inception of the modern games in 1896, the Olympics has been filled with inspiring stories and incredible athletes. Many of these athletes have faced great adversity merely to reach the Olympics, let alone to bring home a medal.
In this series, we'll be exploring some of the most inspiring stories in the history of the Olympics. And through these stories, we'll see how we can overcome adversity in the race that we call life.
July 4-18, 2021 | 3 Sermons
At times , life can feel busy, chaotic, and even a little overwhelming. But God doesn't want our lives to feel that way. Instead, God wants us to find a rhythm for our lives that will help us be at peace and follow him.
In this sermon series, we'll be talking about how we can find a rhythm in three important areas in our lives: work, rest, and worship. And we'll learn how finding this rhythm can help us live the lives God wants us to have.
May 30-June 27, 2021 | 5 Sermons
Prayer is one of the most essential practices of our faith. But even though we all know that prayer is important to our relationship with God, that doesn't mean that we have perfected our prayers.
In this series, we'll be taking a deeper look at what prayer really is and we'll be encouraged to take our own prayers to the next level. Because prayer is our chance to connect with the God who created us and to share with God what is really happening in our lives.
Fighting With Family
May 9-23, 2021 | 3 Sermons
None of us like to admit that our families aren’t perfect. None of us like to admit that our families have problems. But, whether we want to admit it or not, all families have conflict...all families fight.
But not all families fight fair. In this sermon series, we'll be talking about some of the unfair things we do and how to correct them to make sure we always fight fair with the people we love the most.
A New Normal
April 11-May 2, 2021 | 4 Sermons
Life has changed since the last time we met as a church before the COVID-19 pandemic began. So, as we begin worshiping together in-person again, we're wondering what the future holds for our church.
But, even though the world around us has changed, our calling as a church has not. So, as we enter into our new normal, we'll explore who God has called us to be and what God has called us to do throughout history and in the world today.
April 4, 2021 | 1 Sermon
Last Easter was unlike any Easter we have ever experienced before because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead of dressing up and going to church, we watched online in our pj's. Instead of celebrating with family and friends, we were isolated at home.
So many of us have been looking forward to this Easter. But we need to make sure that we don't get caught up in making up for what we missed out on last year that we end up missing out on the meaning of Easter this year.
February 21-March 28, 2021 | 6 Sermons
Holy week was not only one of the most difficult periods in Jesus' life, but it was also one of the most difficult times in the history of the church. Throughout this one week, Jesus faced isolation and betrayal, he faced torture and humiliation, he faced agony and death.
In the weeks leading up to Easter this year, we will be exploring some of the events of Holy Week. And through these events, we will learn how we can continue to follow Jesus even when we face difficult times.
Heart of Worship
January 31-February 14, 2021 | 3 Sermons
Since we began worshiping together online last March, we have talked about a lot of different things during our services. We've talked about the pandemic and what the future may hold. We've talked about how we can have healthier relationships at home and how we can follow Jesus in every area of our lives...but we haven't spent much time talking about why worship.
In this series, we'll be talking about what's at the heart of our worship and how we can do a better job of worshiping.
Following the Way
January 3-24, 2021 | 4 Sermons
As the New Year begins, many of us take a little time to take stock of our lives and to set goals for the upcoming year. We may decide to make our health, our finances, or the way we spend our free time our priority for the upcoming year.
But as important as each of these areas are to our lives, there is only one thing that should be our top priority: our relationship with God. And if we prioritize our relationship with God, it can actually help us in every other area of our lives.