We will gather to begin celebrating Christmas celebrating that Jesus showed up to be with us so that, through His salvation from sin, we could be with Him forever! During this service, we will close out our sermon series called Show Up, by turning to Luke 1:26-38 and Hebrews 6:7-12 in a message called Boxing Day.
The fourth message in our Advent sermon series (Show Up) is based on John 1:1-5 and Hebrews 4:1-16. We will continue to see how Jesus showed up and how until He shows up again, His church must show up in this world. The message is entitled The Wreath and Rest.
Please join us as the Sunday school children lead us in a program entitled, “Tell Me the Story”. There will be a meditation by Pastor Brad.
As we continue in our Advent sermon series entitled Show Up, we turn to Matthew 1:20-21 and Hebrews 10:32-39 through a message called The Evergreen and Endurance.
We will continue on this second Sunday of Advent by turning to Luke 2:8-12 & Hebrews 12:7-13 as we continue in our sermon series called Show Up. The message is entitled Garlanded with Godliness.
We will center our worship around the parable of the Lost Son found in Luke 15:11-32 in a message called Anomia.
Advent is a season where we take time to look BACK with joy that Jesus has showed up to bring us salvation. Advent is also a time where we look FORWARD with anticipation to the day Jesus shows up again to finish His salvation work. This advent, we as church will focus in on the importance of both Jesus and His church showing up. We will do this through a sermon series called Show Up and we will begin this series by turning to John 1:14 and Hebrews 10:19-25 in a message called Birthed into the Body.
We will pick up once again and conclude our sermon series entitled (I)n Follow. The message will be based on Matthew 11:28-30 and is called I Will.
We will continue in our sermon series (I)n Follow by turning to Matthew 10:32-39 in a message entitled Intimate. May we continue to follow Jesus and be shaped by Him as His disciples.
We are going to continue in our new sermon series on discipleship entitled (I)n Follow by turning once again to the Gospel of Mark, specifically Mark 8:31-38. The message is called I Deny.