A Welcome Gift

A Welcome Gift

In a world of isolation and division, the church should be a source of welcome. Jesus explained that those who give even a cup of cold water in welcome of another would be rewarded. What simple ways are you being called to welcome someone in the name of Christ?...
Coming Together

Coming Together

You may know the story of the Prodigal Son – A story of a loving father, who rejoices at the return of his lost son. But it is also a story of a broken-hearted father, grieving over the loss of the elder brother who stands outside refusing to join in the celebration....
Being Sent

Being Sent

Jesus had compassion on the crowd. He saw a world of hurt and pain, and he had compassion for them. He didn’t just feel sorry for them. He hurt for them. And as a result, he was moved to action. Jesus sent the 12 to cover more ground. Jesus sends us today to do the...
Smaller is Bigger

Smaller is Bigger

A small group of disciples were given the impossible task of growing the kingdom of God. “Go,” Jesus said. No excuses would hold up against this Great Commission because Christ promised to be with them always. We are a small church, but we have been given this same...
Unifying Spirit

Unifying Spirit

The world was divided on the day of Pentecost. People were divided along political, religious, and racial lines. The Holy Spirit breaks into a divided world on Pentecost and enables them to hear and communicate. From this moment of inspiration, a new community emerged...
New Normal – Sermon

New Normal – Sermon

We celebrate a partial return to normalcy today, as our community worships both through our community gathered online, and those who are able to join us at church at 10:30 AM. Our collective praise and prayers will come together in God’s presence as he receives them....