Made For This

Made For This

In the beginning, when God spoke the world into existence and got to work thinking each of us up, he built our framework in his own image. Foundational to who we are is a draw to be creators, to be relational, to be full of grace. We are these things because God is.

James

James

What does it look like for each of us to live in this broken world as a new creation? Join us this summer as we spend 10 weeks in the challenging and humbling book of James, looking to who God is and who he calls us to be.

Standalone

Standalone

We all have things we need or want to remember. Today we stop to think about the memorials that we may need to build to revisit and remember in our own lives by looking to the miracles God has performed in the lives of others.

niceSERVE Sermon Series

niceSERVE Sermon Series

God has a plan to repair what's broken in our world. His plan is us. God is using his broken people to put the broken pieces of the world back together, to weave the fabric back to rightness.

Meals With Jesus

Meals With Jesus

In his time on earth, Jesus shared many meals, with a wide variety of dinner guests-tax collectors, religious leaders, skeptics, prostitutes, fishermen... Just as Jesus reveals his character through the words he spoke and the miracles he performed, he shows himself through the meals he shared and the people he sat across from. Join us as we sit down for Meals With Jesus.

Easter

Easter

We join together, on this day, to celebrate our savior, the risen Lord!

Good Friday

Good Friday

Good Friday Service is the recognition and remembrance of Jesus' crucifixion and death on the cross.

Maundy Thursday

Maundy Thursday

Maundy Thursday commemorates the Last Supper that Jesus shared with the apostles before his crucifixion. 

Justice

Justice

There is a day coming when there will be no more tears. No mourning or pain—what we know will have passed away. But, until then, there is brokenness in the world around us. It’s happening right now—the poor, the prisoners, the blind, the oppressed—the here and now needs our attention. Jesus began his ministry through the proclamation of good news, freedom, and recovery. Throughout all of Scripture, we see God’s justice for and call to each of us remain the same. His invitation is clear: we are to join him.

ReGROUP

ReGROUP

This week reGROUP Director, Kailey Newkirk, shows us, through the book of Malachi, how the little stresses and seemingly insignificant coping mechanisms in life can bring us to a place of questioning God’s goodness and distrusting that he always keeps his promises to us. 

Now You Know

2/5/17 - 2/19/17

There is risk in knowing. Once something gets into our heads, we—whether consciously or subconsciously—decide if we’ll allow it to drift into our hearts and make it all the way out through our hands. It is through the renewal of our minds that we are transformed and our calling becomes so ingrained that we can’t help but to feel and do.

Join Africa

Join Africa

1/29/17

How can one person impact such a big problem? This week, we examine how the actions of one person can make a huge impact. Though our church’s global partnerships are active year-round, we take an intentional Sunday each year—"Africa Sunday", if you will—to focus in on God’s mission in the world and how we can each be a part of it. 

The Way By The Wayside

The Way By The Wayside

1/8/17 - 1/22/17

As casual observers, we often glance at this fallen world, holding out hope for better days and crossing our fingers that something brighter is coming on the horizon. Jesus was far from a casual observer of this world. Through his teaching of “The Good Samaritan”, he shows the imperative nature of slowing down, showing mercy, and joining him in bringing the Kingdom of God, as it is in heaven, to earth.

Standalone

1/1/17

As 2016 comes to a close, we are reminded that our hope is found in a God of new beginnings.

Christmas Eve

Christmas Eve

12/24/16

For unto us a child is born, to us a son is given - a Savior has come. Each year, we celebrate the arrival of Jesus, the Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace . God is with us indeed!

God Given

God Given

11/27/16 - 12/18/16

Centuries before the manger, a prophecy of the Messiah was given. Proclaiming the coming of a child who would grow into a man of empathy, power, care, and an everlasting grace that would save us all. Who would enter into the darkness of our world that has always existed and change everything. Whose kingdom, mercies, and peace would know no end. But until then, the earth held its breath. Jesus living into his names—fulfilling the promises of who this baby would become—changes us all as different aspects of his character find their place in us.

How We Act Together

How We Act Together

10/30/16 - 11/20/16

God reveals something significant about himself when a body of believers acts on their faith together. When we, as individuals within a community, commit to confessing, serving, edifying, and encouraging, we get a long way toward what community is built for.

What We Say About God

What We Say About God

10/9/16 - 10/23/16

Your Christ-centered community starts with you, but it doesn’t end with you — God chooses to show the world his character through how we interact with each other.

How to Make a Friend

How to Make a Friend

9/18/16 - 10/2/16

Driven by the book of Proverbs, this three-week series will show us what God’s Word teaches us about How to Make a Friend.

Vision Sunday

Vision Sunday

9/11/2016

On this Vision Sunday, we take time to celebrate what God has done, understand the work yet to do, and recognize that our participation in the vision draws us into Christ-centered community.