This Sunday we'll get a special treat. Pastor Vivian will be preaching! She will wrap up our Thanksgiving sermon series by walking us through a Gospel passage that conveys powerful lessons about both faith and gratitude.
As Christmas approaches, we’re going to hear the word “hope” bandied about a lot. “Tis the season for Hope!” greeting cards declare. Yeah, but what does that mean when you (or someone you love) faces cancer or divorce or job loss or rejection or general malaise? On Sunday we’ll get real, ask, and answer that tough question.
It's a powerful, primal, scary word that lies at the center of so much of what's wrong with our world -- and what can go wrong inside each of us. What is it about yourself that you "hate"? What is it about others that tempts you to lash out in a rage of venomous thoughts […]
This Sunday we launch into a New Year’s sermon series called “Getting Myself Together.” In this series, we’ll explore a whole variety of practical issues like relationships, finances, body care, mental blocks, and spiritual malnutrition. On Sunday, we’ll begin by looking inside ourselves and asking how we’re doing and reminding ourselves how to find core […]
At both services on Sunday we will be celebrating the ordination of Pastor Vivian and she will be preaching from one of the most challenging passages in the New Testament – a passage that calls us to a deeper understanding of what it means to love the people around us.
Do you know why grace is so amazing? It's more than a pretty name or the time the bank gives you when your mortgage is late. Join us on Sunday to find out why grace is the greatest blessing of all.
Sometimes our personal life can be hectic and the world can be a scary place. Often inner peace is illusive. But all hope is not lost. Join us Sunday and get some insight on how you can be at peace when your world is not.
This week we will look at a little known prophet, Habakkuk, to see how he responded when his world was falling apart and he believed that God was not hearing his prayer. Can we have hope in hopeless situations?