Sermon: Seeing Jesus

Jesus Christ is Risen! He is risen indeed. This proclamation is at the heart of the Easter message. The hope of Easter is that the Crucified One has been raised - death has been conquered, sin erased, and the way into the bosom of the Father opened for all who belong to Christ. The fact... Continue Reading →

Sermon: Given for you

This morning is the beginning of Holy Week. As we saw earlier with the children waving the palm branches, this week we remember the week that lead to our Lord’s crucifixion. We remember how he entered to shouts of Hosanna and how he wept over Jerusalem. We remember the cleansing of the temple and the... Continue Reading →

Sermon: Messy Hospitality

I invite you to turn in your bibles with me to Luke, chapter 14, beginning in verse 1. Luke 14, beginning in verse 1. Luke is in the New Testament - Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. If you do not have a bible with you, feel free to grab one from the pew in front... Continue Reading →

Sermon: Jesus Provides A Banquet

I invite you to open your Bibles with me to the gospel of Luke. Luke 9, beginning in verse 1. Luke is in the New Testament - Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Luke 9, beginning in verse 1. This Lent, we are joining Jesus around the table. We have been exploring the meals of Jesus... Continue Reading →

Sermon: Feasting with Jesus

Three times in the gospels, Jesus begins a sentence with “The Son of Man came…” If you were with us last week, can you remember any of those three? The Son of Man came to seek and to save the lost (Luke 19:10) The Son of Man came not to be served, but to serve... Continue Reading →

Sermon: Remember the Mission

This last Wednesday, we entered the season of Lent - the 40 days before Easter where we intentionally join our steps with the steps of Jesus as he heads to the cross in Jerusalem. At all times, our worship is about Christ, leads us to Christ, is empowered by the Spirit in union with Christ,... Continue Reading →

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