Nearly every week, Sermon Notes are provided to help us prepare for upcoming sermons. Following the sermon, additional notes are added in reflection. Feel free to sue these Sermon Notes in your personal study or in a group!
Our Healing Hands series continues with a powerful question about how the world knows who we are.
Our Healing Hands series continues. Is it possible that we are called into a spiritual whole-ness so that we might be empowered to do something, perhaps even something profound?
On Sunday, our annual Outdoor Worship celebrates the beginning of summer and the 4th of July. We also begin a new series focused on the healing stories of Jesus.
This Sunday culminates our series on building community. As we explore the ways David responds to the threats of violence and war from Goliath and the Philistines, how can we learn about building community?
This Sunday in our conversations about community, we remember the selection of King David from his family. He is the least expected to be King, and yet becomes the King who brings the Ark of the Covenant to Jerusalem.
This Sunday in our conversations about community, we hear a story about people who want something different. Ultimately, they get what they want, but they’re warned that it won’t work out the way they expect.
This Sunday we continue our conversations about community. The story of Samuel’s call in the temple helps us to think about the importance of community in unusual circumstances.
This Sunday is Trinity Sunday and also begins a new series on community. Consider that the Trinity (Creator, Son, Holy Spirit) may be seen as an expression of community in unity.
This Sunday is both Pentecost Sunday and Heritage Sunday. Come join in worship as we hear Pastor Christopher bring a message about newness made possible by the Holy Spirit.
Sunday’s message reminds us that endings are not always endings.