Single Sermons/ Guest Sermons
A Call to Love
May 30, 2021 • Pastor Rob
Pastor Rob shares, "This morning is the last Sunday before my sabbatical. Again, thank you for this incredible gift of rest, renewal, and recalibration. Before leaving, I want to give you a brief pastoral charge on the centrality of love. Please receive this vision for our church and our lives from God's word."
A Call to Bless the Lord in Our Moment of Change
April 25, 2021 • Pastor Rob
There's no question that in almost every area of life, we are going through a lot of change right now. In this message, Pastor Rob takes some time to talk through some of the changes he sees in his life, in our church, and in our culture. Though these can seem daunting, God hasn't left us alone. He's got us! And as we see all he's done for us we can, "Bless the LORD O my soul." The message will conclude with a reflection on Psalm 103. May this be a textual lens to view our current time of change and future opportunity for mission in our day!
One Thing // Philippians 3:1-17
January 10, 2021 • Pastor Rob
This passage helps us to reflect on what's most important in our lives. In Philippians 3, the Apostle Paul shares some of his story in becoming a follower of Jesus. In particular, there were some things he gave up in order to gain Jesus. There were things he lived for that compared to Jesus were like trash. As we begin a new year, let’s examine some of the lesser things we too need to give up and make Jesus our One Thing as we head into 2021.
Walking in the Light // 1 John 1:5-10
January 3, 2021 • John Corrigan
We have begun a new year! One of the greatest joys of belonging to Jesus’ church is the shared life we have with God and one another. John talks about this fellowship in his first letter. This Sunday as we look at 1 John 1:5-10, we will see that God is light, who illuminates our path, and forgives and cleanses us from sin. Join us as we start this year out with some good news!
Lord of Creation and Reconciliation
November 22, 2020 • John Corrigan
As we near the Advent Season and remember God's gift coming down to us, we know that the baby born in Bethlehem was Lord and King at His birth! This Sunday we looked at Colossians 1:15-23 and saw that this King Jesus is the Lord of creation as well as the Lord of reconciliation. Because of this, all of creation will be restored and those in Christ will be part of a new creation who will worship their King forever!