Sermon Series

Sermon Series

Join us for week 2 of our new teaching series!

Philippians is a unique letter written by the Apostle Paul during one of his imprisonments in Rome. It is known as the letter of joy, which is interesting since Paul was in prison at the time! This letter gives practical insight into how we can live our lives for Christ everyday, not just on Sunday. Our weekly services are at 10:30AM with a full kid’s program as well! The coffee is hot, the snacks are yummy, and the people friendly!…

Make a Bold Move

Rebecca spoke last Sunday about Elijah’s boldness in handling the different situations. God was speaking to you on Sunday about what He wanted you to do in regards to practicing obedience and being bold; whatever that looks like for you. Have you done what He asked this week? In the busyness of summer and kids and work and life, don’t allow what God has asked you to do slide by. In summer it is so easy to get complacent, don’t…

Teaching Quote: Rebecca Thomas

To be WALKING IN God’s will: We have to go ALL IN and give God control over every aspect of our lives. We have to let the Holy Spirit transform and renew us. We have to switch from an “I” to a “WE” mentality – what affects one of us affects ALL of us.

10:30 Service this Morning

This morning Gary will be continuing through our study of Romans and addressing the idea of “How do we deal with pain/painful events in our lives?” It’s a fitting passage in light of the events in our county this past week. Service is at 10:30 – we’d love to have you.

From Stress to Rest: Your Faith

How do we deal with stress in regards to what we believe and how we practice our faith? Join us at 10:30AM as Gary shares in week 4 of our From Stress to Rest Teaching Series!

What About Money?

This last Sunday in our “Stress to Rest” series, Gary talked about how we stress about our finances and what are steps we can take to live by Biblical principles so that we are resting in God’s provision and stewarding our money well. “Prosperity in our finances isn’t for us, but for the Kingdom of God… What can I do for God with my finances?”