This Sunday, June 20, we will hold one outdoor worship service at 8:30am.

Sunday School will be held indoors at 10:30am.

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Scripture Readings for Holy Week

We invite you to read through one or more of the Gospel accounts of the Passion Week listed below listed below as we prepare to celebrate our Lord’s Resurrection....

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The Storm of Obedience (Jonah 1:1-17)

Sermon discussion questions for chapter 1 of Jonah....

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Into the Depths: An Introduction to the Book of Jonah


Jonah is an amazing book, but one that requires repeated readings, a willingness to learn, and a commitment to the God who created the world, controls the nations, and directs all history to the true prophet, priest, and kingJesus Christ. On Sunday we started a six week journey through the story of Jonah. Let me encourage you to read the book in one sittingit's only 48 ve...

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Into the Depths: Finding God's Grace in Jonah's Rebellion


Starting this Sunday we will take the next six weeks to consider the story of Jonah.This story is more than a runaway prophet turned right. InJonah's rebellion, we find a story that calls us to flee from the hardness that grace-less religion can create. Likewise, in God's grace to Nineveh, wefind aglimpse ofthe surpassing beauty of God's salvation offered to all who repent...

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Red Carpet Christianity: A Summary and Conclusion to the Book of Ephesians

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Since September our church has studied the book of Ephesians. This week, we finished the sermon series with a summary and reflection on Paul's letter. In particular, I argued that the gospel creates communities of faith that learn how to walk together in love. It's this love that displays the wisdom of God to the world and that builds up the individual Christian. To turn ...

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Let Us Hold the Truth with Love

"In essentials unity, in non-essentials liberty, in all things charity." Rupertus Meldenius, 1627 Throughout the ages of church history it has been necessary for Christians to practice theological discernment. How does one discern between orthodoxy and heresy? Are you my brother or sister in Christ? Is my brother in error and in need of correction, or is this an iss...

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Stand Firm

Summary and sermon discussion notes for Ephesians 6:10-20....

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