Series Listing

Lament

In our series on the biblical prayer language of lament we’ll look at selected psalms of lament to see how this way of praying can lead us from places of pain to a renewal of trust in God. As we learn this prayer language, we’ll see how dark clouds in our lives are met with God’s mercy. Blessed be God, our help and hope!

New Year 2021

Today, at the start of a new year, we’ll take a fresh look at timeless themes for making the most of our time. How can 2021 be a year of great expectations and fresh hope? How can we have confidence and satisfaction as we look ahead? May Jesus have our hearts, and may we look […]

Advent 2020: The Gifts of Christmas

This year our Advent focus is “The Gifts of Christmas,” starting with the gift of anticipation. May God stir up our faith and anticipation as we await the sunrise of His coming!  

The Lord’s Prayer

This series focuses on Jesus’ model prayer in Matthew 6, known as “the Lord’s Prayer.” We’ll take our time going through this prayer — seven Sundays for five verses!

Palm Sunday and Easter 2020

Join us in remembering the suffering and death and celebrating the triumphal resurrection of Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior!

Romans

With our series through Romans, we take a long look at the longest of Paul’s letters, a profound, extended explanation of the gospel of Jesus Christ.

The Heart and Art of Neighbor-Love

Our 5-week series “The Heart and Art of Neighbor-Love” focuses on the skill of loving our neighbors (anyone in our circle of acquaintance – family, friends, church, neighborhood, workplace, etc.).

Advent 2019

Advent is the season of worship leading up to Christmas. It’s a time of looking ahead, longing for and preparing for Christ our Lord, who has come and is coming again. This year our Advent focus features passages from Isaiah and Matthew. May God stir up our faith and anticipation as we await the sunrise of His coming! 

Speaker’s Choice

In our Speaker’s Choice series, speakers have a chance to teach on a particular topic or passage God has placed on their heart.

1 Peter

The greeting that opens this letter is deeply theological — Peter addresses his audience as “chosen exiles.” This description applies to Christians in every age. We who believe are not at home is this world, yet by God’s choosing we belong even now to His family. Expect a hard life of profound joy!

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