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The book of Jonah is often remembered as the story of a man swallowed by a big fish. But there is so much more to this story. Through Jonah's journey, we discover the vastness of God's love, the futility of running from His call, and the importance of representing God faithfully.

 

Join us as we explore how this ancient story challenges us to align our hearts with God's compassion for all people.

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Jonah

July 7-28, 2024 | 4 Sermons

The book of Jonah is often remembered as the story of a man swallowed by a big fish. But there is so much more to this story. Through Jonah's journey, we discover the vastness of God's love, the futility of running from His call, and the importance of representing God faithfully.

 

Join us as we explore how this ancient story challenges us to align our hearts with God's compassion for all people.

He Holds the Future

June 9-30, 2024 | 3 Sermons

As Christians, we are called to become like Christ in the here and now, entrusting the future to a God who always works for their best in the world. And our lives, our plans, and our hopes for the future are in good hands.

 

In this series, we'll be reminded that God will take care of tomorrow as long as we live for God today.

The Book of Job

May 19-June 9, 2024 | 4 Sermons

We've all heard the story of Job...but just because we've heard a story that doesn't mean we fully understand it. So, unfortunately, when we read Job's story we think we know what it's all about. But what if there is more to this story?

 

In this series, we'll take a closer look at the book of Job and see what Job's story can teach us about following God no matter what.

Failing at Faith

April 7-May 5, 2024 | 5 Sermons

Lent is a season where we reflect on who we are and who God wants us to be. And in Romans 8:29, we’re reminded that ultimately God wants us “to be like his Son” Jesus.

 

But, when we look at our lives, we realize there are areas where we aren’t like Jesus. So Lent is a time when we commit to be more like Jesus.

Easter | The Irreversible

March 31, 2024 | 1 Sermon

We've all had times when we've messed up. We've all had times when we've made mistakes. We've all had times when we've let other people down. And we've all realized there is nothing we can do to undo what we've done in the past.

 

But Jesus' resurrection shows us that nothing - not even death - is final. So in spite of the times we've messed up and let other people down, we can always find grace and forgiveness.

Lent: More Like Jesus

February 18-March 24, 2024 | 6 Sermons

Lent is a season where we reflect on who we are and who God wants us to be. And in Romans 8:29, we’re reminded that ultimately God wants us “to be like his Son” Jesus.

 

But, when we look at our lives, we realize there are areas where we aren’t like Jesus. So Lent is a time when we commit to be more like Jesus.

Ash Wednesday

February 14, 2024 | 1 Service

As the world spins on, we are constantly reminded of our limitations and mortality. Yet, in the midst of life's uncertainties, there is an unchanging truth: we are dust, and to dust we shall return.

 

Join us for our Ash Wednesday service as we confront this truth together, and begin our journey towards renewal and redemption.

Overbooked

January 14-February 11, 2024 | 5 Sermons

Even though the New Year has only just begun, many of our calendars are already filling up. But no matter how busy we get, we still try to cram more events and activities into our lives.

 

But our chronic busyness takes a toll on our lives. So, in this series, we’ll find ways to slow down, clear our calendars, and make time for what really matters to us.

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