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

Who’s Your Master? — Dan Waugh (23 Sept 2018)

Bottom line: we serve someone or something. So who is your master? And, what are the results of serving who you serve? Paul invites us to consider the options and to offer ourselves as slaves to God. We’ll consider what this means and what the consequences of serving God or choosing to serve another truly are. Reading: Romans 6:15-23.

Images of the Church — Bob Whitaker (8 Apr 2018)

What is the church? Why is it important? Do we need it? These are questions we will consider in the new sermon series “Images of the Church”. Here are just some of those images: body, building, community, household, vineyard. Please consider with us these fascinating images.

Surrender to God — Bob Whitaker (6 Nov 2016)

Our next miniseries, The Gift of Surrender, begins with Romans 12:1-8. Often, the idea of “surrender” has a negative connotation of defeat: surrender to an enemy, surrender to “the inevitable” life circumstance. However, when we surrender to God

The Power of the Gospel — Bob Whitaker (16 Oct 2016)

In Romans 1:8-17 the Apostle Paul says that there is power in the gospel. How is the gospel the power of God? Consider these words: salvation, redemption, deliverance, resurrection, eternal life. Those are powerful words! Let’s think together about why Paul makes this declaration and what it means for us today.

The Mission of God’s People — Bob Whitaker (9 Oct 2016)

The mission of God in this world is inseparably linked with the mission of God’s people. When God blessed Abraham, the purpose of that individual blessing was instrumental – the world would be blessed through Abraham. In the same way the mission of God in our world flows through individuals–in this case, the church.