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In the chorus of an old gospel hymn we find these words, 'And the things of earth will grow strangely dim, in the light of his glory and grace'. These words sparked the title of our worship sermon series, 'Strangely Dim', because worship is perpetually about Jesus and all things pale in comparison. What is worship? How do we worship and what does worship require of us? Let's discover it together.
Let Justice Roll is a sermon series that will look into topics of social justice including issues like poverty, bullying and racism.
"But let justice roll down like waters, and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream." Amos 5:24
Why have Christians picked the Bible as their book? How did it come about? Is it reliable? Can I trust it? Should I allow it to influence my decisions? Is it the last word? Buckle up for this brand new five-part series of messages shared by five churches.
The story of Ruth in the OT is a story of contrasts. What begins as tragedy and despair is eventually turned into happiness and hope. It is a flip flop of a story, of rags to riches, famine to plenty, bitter to sweet, and empty to full. It's not a perfect story, but it is a God story, and the lessons learned can impact us for eternity.
The Psalms have an uncanny way of speaking to our spirit and capturing the reality of our emotions, our feelings, our attitudes and personal interests. Join us as we dive into the rich themes of the book of Psalms this summer.
Every believer has a unique SHAPE that has been formed in advance for us by God. During October and November of this year our messages will present challenges that will help us discover where we fit into God's plan and purpose.