Welcome to our Fall series for 2021! God is always at work, even in the darkest of our days, to renew.
Throughout history, God has taken ordinary people and done extraordinary things through them. Join us for this series as we explore the lives of people - both from the Bible and the common era - whose stories resonate with our own.
The Book of Acts gives us glimpses into the lives of ancient Christians; small snapshots of both major events and daily living. In this series, we reflect on their stories as well as our own. What are the things we share in common? How does God shape our
Jesus invites us to see our lives as a road we travel with God and others. Together we'll reflect on how we might create room for a faith of openness and acceptance.
With every new year comes new opportunities for us to follow after the ideas that God has in store for creation. But what do you do when the “new” doesn’t feel … new?
Lighting the Path: Advent 2020
We'll be awaiting the birth of Jesus and 'Lighting the Path' together!
In this lectionary-based series, we’ll explore the ways in which God takes two or more things and unites them together to do something amazing. Eventually this river will lead to the supreme example of confluence - the divine becoming flesh.
During this post Easter series, we will be guided by the questions, "What Now?" and "What Can We Count On?". Together we'll explore stewardship of our whole lives in addition to life in light of the resurrection.
Life Journey Promise
These sermons will focus on readings from Scripture that tell the story of God’s saving work with and through God’s people.
How We Read Scripture & How Scripture Reads Us
We read scripture….and scripture reads us. Together, we'll be exploring the way we understand scripture, and the ways it speaks into our life.
We explored ways of deepening our faith, based on the practices of Awareness, Learning, Reflecting, and Action.
Peace: Advent & Christmas 2019
During this Advent series, we considered and experienced the theme of Peace: Peace in our Hearts, Peace around our Tables, Prince of Peace, and Peace in our World.