Today more than ever before folks describe themselves as spiritual but not religious. During the season of Lent, we will look at how spiritual and religious are different and the same.
This series based on Jesus’ sermon on the plain in Luke 6 will guide us to see how that same revolutionary love might turn our lives upside down today.
As we begin a new calendar year we will look at how Jesus began his life changing mission.
The sermon series will help us prepare for the arrival of the Christ. Sundays starting Dec. 2.
Some topics that appear repeatedly in the Bible are rarely spoken of in church. Why? Our faith compels us to engage the real life issues we daily face.
Join us in worship at Rev. Carla Aday and Dr. Mike Graves retell some of the Bibles ʻgreatest hits. Sept. 16 – Part 1 – Abraham and Sarah: Following God without Maps, based on Genesis 17: 1-8 and 15-17. Rev. Carla Aday preaching. Sept. 23 – Part 2 – Moses: …
Sun., Aug. 19 Noon-3:00 p.m. $8 RSVP to April.
Weeping may linger in the night but joy comes in the morning. Whether we turn to God in times of personal crisis or in moments of utter joy, God stands ready to listen. We can offer praise or protest. The book of Psalms invites us to let the Spirit invade …
Join us in worship at 9:00, 10:00 or 11:00 a.m.
Dr. Mike Graves and Rev. Carla Aday are preaching in June.
The Christmas carol, “I’ll be Home for Christmas,” is a reminder of the desire of every human heart to find its way home. This sermon series invites us to let the light of Christ’s birth guide us on a journey to peace, hope and joy. Beginning Nov. 27.
Every act of courage, no matter how great or small, takes place within the life of an ordinary woman or man. No one is born courageous. This sermon series, starting Sun., Sept. 18, explores how courage is built by love and grace, faith and hope.
Sermon audio files are now available for download on iTunes. Miss a Sunday? Download the most recent sermon and listen to it on your handheld device at your convenience. To find the sermon files: Visit our Sermons page to find the link to our iTunes homepage or click the logo on the right, …
The idea for this series came from an Elder and Deacon meeting where I asked for sermon suggestions and ideas. Jesus’ simple and clear instruction to love your neighbor as yourself has the potential to lead our world toward peace, but it is not always easy to follow.
Begins June 5: Do you sometimes feel like you are overstretched, overbooked and about to snap? Our lives can sometimes overwhelm us with our busyness. The old psalm, “Be still and know God,” invites us to a place where we can begin to reorient our lives.
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