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Sunday Worship
9:00 & 11:00AM
Sunday Worship (Summer)
10:00-11:00AM (Memorial Day weekend through July 31)

Divine Architect–Human History — Bob Whitaker (5 May 2013)

In 2 Samuel 7:1-17, David expresses a noble desire to build a temple for God. God responds that it is not his place to do so–that task will be given to one of his sons (Solomon, son of Bathsheba!) This passage comes before last week’s about David’s moral lapse–God already had a legacy in mind for David and sin didn’t alter the plan. Pastor Bob leads us in considering God’s higher plans and mysterious ways, with encouragement to embrace these in our own lives.

Dancing for God — Pastor Whitaker (21 Apr 2013)

Pastor Bob gives us a look at David’s uninhibited praise of God in 2 Samuel 6:1-15. God is worthy of our praise in all its various human expressions. Our faith is solemn as we look at Christ on the cross, but well-rounded faith also includes great delight in the presence of God.

Kingdom Come — Pastor Whitaker (14 Apr 2013)

An overview of David’s earthly kingdom as a reflection of God’s heavenly kingdom. Pastor Bob explores the themes of righteousness and sin, considering how God has taken sinful human beings and created a story through them that is a divine tapestry of grace.

Connexion: Two Paths – Dan Waugh (14 April 2013)

The Psalm’s are full of godly wisdom. One of the ways the psalmists commend wisdom to us is by presenting two alternative paths: the path of righteousness and the way of the wicked. ¬†Each path leads somewhere. While the path of wickedness may look enticing, it leads to destruction. The path of righteousness, on the other hand, looks hard, but leads to blessing, to life, to eternity, to God.

Connexion: Created For Praise – Bob Whitaker (7 April 2013)

Pastor Bob kicks off a new miniseries on the book of Psalms. Each week we’ll look at a different type of psalm: wisdom, lament, Messianic. This week, Bob begins with psalms of praise, addressing issues like “Why does God want our praise?” and “What happens to us when we praise God?”