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)

Faith and the Righteous Sinner — Bob Whitaker (13 Aug 2017)

We usually think in terms of contrast – right or wrong, good and evil, righteous vs. unrighteous. However, we are also aware that life is more nuanced than those simple categories. This is also true of faith because faithfulness and unfaithfulness reside in the same people. Individuals are both righteous and unrighteous. This is especially true in the life of King David, “a man after God’s own heart” according to the Bible. How can we hold these “contradictions” in tension? Let’s think about it using the life of David as our example.

Listening to God — Bob Whitaker (6 Aug 2017)

Our passage describes a story of the young boy Samuel, who was surprised to hear the voice of God. Listening for the voice of God is an important part of walking by faith, and Samuel is an example of a person who listened to God. Of course, his historical situation and his prophetic role were different than ours but surely we can learn from his example.

It Wasn’t the Haircut — Josiah Leuenberger (23 Jul 2017)

God liberated the people of Israel from Philistine oppressors through the feats of strength of the well-known Judge Samson, but Samson’s story includes not only displays of his divinely-given strength but also his self-destructive sin. Consider with us on Sunday all that his story means for us as we seek to live faithfully before God as his people today.

Faith: The Improbable Way — Dan Waugh (9 Jul 2017)

What does a group of escaping slaves, a conquering army, and a prostitute have in common? According to Hebrews, faith. Not only faith, but faith that allowed them to experience the deliverance God had prepared for them. This week we look at these three episodes and the distinct qualities of the faith on display, praying to have our faith in God’s promised deliverance, in all its dimensions, strengthened.

Faith in Egypt — Dan Waugh (2 Jul 2017)

Hebrews 11:23-29. Moses found his faith living in the hostile land of Egypt, and his faith led him to make some remarkable choices. While we don’t worry about Pharaohs and crocodiles in the Nile, we have a lot to learn from Moses and his faith-based calculations regarding what is truly valuable.

A Faith Shaped by Adversity — Bob Whitaker (18 Jun 2017)

Genesis 50:15-21. Most people don’t like adversity. We usually prefer ease and tranquility. We all know it is not realistic to expect this all the time, so it’s important to ask questions about how to deal with adversity. If there was ever an expert on living with adversity, it was Joseph. Let’s learn from him this week.

A Story Within the Story — Bob Whitaker (4 Jun 2017)

Each time a Christian looks at the Scripture, he or she is encountering Jesus. No matter what the passage, the larger narrative of the Bible is always about the Word. Sometimes Christ is hidden deeply within the story, but he is always there. Come encounter the story within the story as we look at the life of Isaac.