Jesus was clear and direct about what makes life not only tolerable but joyful and full of hope. Join us for worship in person or live-streamed starting at 9:30am.
This weekend our nation is celebrating Independence Day, and there is rightly a lot of talk about freedom. What do we find in the Bible about freedom? What does Jesus teach about it? Does Jesus make us more free, or less? Let’s explore this together as we worship in person or via livestream.
Sometimes we change our mind about lesser things: soup or salad? Keep it or give it away? But sometimes a change in our thinking makes all the difference. Jesus calls people to change their minds about what’s important, making great good possible. Let’s worship him together beginning at 9:30 am Sunday!
Can you trust what Jesus says? If you follow what he says about his father, it will revolutionize your life! Join us as we work through this on Father's Day, at 9:30 am Sunday, June 19, 2022.
Paul Harrell is our guest preacher today: Why Me? Worship is live in person and live streamed here at 9:30am Sunday, June 12, 2022.
What makes Jesus' approach to people so different than other world leaders and sages? Why do people from all around the world take their cues from him about how to prioritize their lives? What can we learn from Jesus that will revolutionize our relationships? We get answers to all these questions as we listen to Jesus in worship, Sunday, June 5, beginning at 9:30 am.
Karen Zuckerman will be our preacher, pointing us toward the value of being curious as a way to connect well with people. BLESS is a very helpful framework to help us share our experience of what is so important to us, that Jesus is risen from the dead, that he is with us, and for us! Worship begins 9:30 am, Sunday, May 29, 2022.
Please bear with us. A few of us have tested positive for COVID-19, so to stop the spread as best we can we we are closing for the day.
So many of us have become familiar with "stress eating" since the pandemic began. What if that's a metaphor for life? What if we are all always hungry, but we don't really know what we're hungry for? Let's explore that in worship at 10:45 am Sunday, May 15, 2022.
Pastor Mark loves his wife and grown children, the Word of God, and words. And coffee, chocolate chip cookies, Apple products, small video projects, and the New England Patriots.