Sunday Worship (School Year)
9:30-10:45AM Traditional | 11:00AM-12:15PM Contemporary
Sunday Worship (Summer)
10:00-11:15AM (Memorial Day weekend through July 31st)

Christ Prays for Us — Bob Whitaker (13 Mar 2016)

From John 17:6-25. We often ask others to pray for us and it is always encouraging to hear that they do. However, the reality that Jesus Christ is praying for us…now that takes encouragement to another level! Take heart friends, Jesus is praying for you.

We Will Never Walk Alone — Bob Whitaker (6 Mar 2016)

From John 16:5-16. While on their final journey to Jerusalem, Jesus reassured the disciples by saying, “You will not be alone because I am sending the Holy Spirit.” Sometimes our circumstances leave us feeling worried, confused, or even alone. But Jesus still speaks – you are never alone. The Spirit of God is always present with the people of God, comforting and guiding us.

Staying Alive — Bob Whitaker (28 Feb 2016)

From John 15:1-17. Food and water are absolutely essential ingredients for physical life. However, when it comes to spiritual life, there is another essential ingredient. Jesus teaches in John 15 that in order to “stay alive” you must “remain in the vine,” because “I am the vine and you are the branches.”

Lamb of God — Bob Whitaker (7 Feb 2016)

Jesus’ introduction of the Passover meal was an epic moment–he was about to predict his death and provide the definitive explanation of his earthly existence. The disciples did not understand this moment, but the rest of the New Testament (written by the disciples) provides us with the meaning behind this remarkable episode. Let’s consider the eternal consequences of this one moment in time.

Service: The Mark of Greatness — Bob Whitaker (31 Jan 2016)

“In order to be great you must be a servant. Those who are first will be last…” This was the consistent message of Jesus, but the disciples didn’t understand. Everything about their environment suggested that greatness was associated with power, wealth, and fame. Isn’t this still the problem? As we consider Crossroads on the journey to the cross, let’s refocus on Jesus’ teaching about servanthood.