Everyone needs a village


Circles • February 12, 2017 • Stu Cameron

Generosity enlarges our heart, expands our circles and blesses our world. In this message, Stu Cameron explores the joyful delight of living an expansive and generous life where we discover that it truly is more blessed to give that receive.

Show Up, Participate & Serve

Circles • February 4, 2017 • Melissa Lipsett

"If we the church will show up, participate and serve, then lonely people will find companionship, the unlovely will find love, the empty will be filled, burdens will be shared and people will gather and smile and their hearts will be lightened. But more than that - their lives will be changed and the world will be a better place." Listen in as we welcomed Melissa Lipsett to speak as part of our Circles Series.

Whose Are You?

Circles Week 4 • February 4, 2017 • Michael Hands

Our identity revolves around two questions: Who am I? What am I called to do? Before we start to figure out who we are, we need to understand whose we are. Once we understand our vertical identity, we can step boldly into our horizontal identity. Listen in as our Young Adults Pastor Mike Hands brings this awesome message from 1 Peter 2:9.

The Power of Adoption

Circles Wk 3 • January 29, 2017 • Stu Cameron

The good news we celebrate is that God chooses to adopt us into the circle of his love. Our names are written on the palms of his hands, and his name - the name that is above all names - is written over our lives.

Disciples Making Disciples

Circles | Family Service • January 22, 2017 • Mike Hands

When Jesus gave his friends the commission to go and make disciples, this wasn't a new idea for them. They had spent the last 3 years being discipled by Jesus, and learning from Jesus what discipling others looked like. Using the analogy of the Rubix Cube and some very talented Youth kids, our Generations Pastor Mike Hands shares an amazing message on our first Family Service of the year.

Why Are You Here?

Circles Week 1 • January 15, 2017 • Mike Hands

Acts 2 shows us an amazing model of what the early church looked like. We might often find ourselves asking how the early church acted in order to mimic their behaviour in order to experience the deep community they experienced. But rather than asking how, perhaps we should be asking Why? Who or what made them behave that way?