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Sermons Present & Past

Sermons Present & Past

July 18: Reveal Week 1: Fish!

Rev. Alex starts our new series this week, Reveal: The Miracles of Jesus, Pt. II. The series is a continuation from summer 2019. The miracles reveal a huge amount of Christian doctrine to us, and in today’s miracle Jesus reveals …

July 11: RESTART: One Decision

Rev. Alex leads a combined sermon and background study to the passage in place of the regular podcast as we look at one of the most famous restarts in the Old Testament. Readings from this week’s service: 1 Kings 18: …

July 4: RESTART: Contribute

The third tenet of membership is Contribute. In this sermon, Rev. Ben explores the biblical and spiritual principles behind this call, and why God graciously invites you to contribute to the family of faith. Readings from this service: Acts 4: …

June 27: RESTART: Connect

What does it mean to be connected? Church members are connected to God—and to one another—through the blood-bought mercy of Christ. The Gospel joins even the most diverse group of people into a unified body. Readings from this service: 1 …

June 20: RESTART: Commit

We are a broad church, at different stages in our faith and with many subtle differences in our views. But there are some key non-negotiable commitments, without which membership here makes no sense. (1)    To be a Christian is to …

June 13: RESTART: What Is Church?

Our new series Restart: Commit, Connect, Contribute, begins this week. Believers have always assembled together for worship. And the early church was especially characterized by its devotion to one another. A passive, consumerist, materialist, or individualist understanding of church …

May 30: The Gospel of Judgment

We can be encouraged about judgment because justice will be served on those who reject the gospel. The double encouragement is that those who receive the gospel are ready and even spared from such destruction by grace through faith. If …

May 16: The Gospel of Love

The Thessalonian church seems to have been as confused about love as our world is today with too much selfish love (excessive physical pleasure for ourselves, and insufficient practical care for ourselves and others). Readings from this service: 1 Peter …