Why Pray?

Prayers aren’t just empty words we hurl up into universe; they are conversations, and some of the most important ones that have the power to change our lives. Come learn what scripture says about prayer, how we should pray, what we should pray for, and the importance of our prayers.

Rest for a New Year

As we look to the New Year, we are revisiting the command to sabbath in scripture. We’ll see how resting helps us accomplish what God has called us to do.

Learning to Rejoice (Christmas Series)

The spirit of Christmas isn’t captured by songs like Jingle Bells or Holly Jolly Christmas. Instead, we learn to REJOICE when hear the song Mary lifted to God as she celebrated the gift of the Savior in her womb. Join us beginning December 5 as we explore some of the famous songs we sing at Christmas time and how, even in a weary world, we can learn to rejoice.

Come & See (Thanksgiving Series)

Psalm 46:8 tells us, “Come and see what the Lord has done.” Join us over the next two weeks as we express gratitude for all of the things God has done in our lives, both good and bad, and how we can continue to have an attitude of gratitude.

Endgame

The book of Revelation has caused much concern over the speculation of what is to come, but amidst all the panic lies the heart of the entire message: Jesus will reign forever. Join us on Sundays as we explore through the book of Revelation to see what God is revealing to us about the end times and how we should prepare.

Hold On

Life is full of hard and trying times that take so much out of us we simply feel ready to let go. However, the true meaning of faith is about holding on and trusting in God, even in the difficult times. Join us over nine weeks as we learn from different people in the Bible and study how they held on to Jesus despite overwhelming circumstances.

Hit the Target: Father’s Day 2021

Happy Father’s Day, dads! Come join us as we discuss being called to train up our kids and “launch” them spiritually into this world.

Stirring (James Series)

Pressure is nothing new. James, the half brother of Jesus, wrote to Jewish Christians in the first century who faced intense pressure. They had been dispersed because of persecution, and they faced increasing pressure to let faith live only in their heads instead of being evidenced in their lives. James beckoned these first believers to let pressure push them deeper in their journey with Jesus. Join us over the next few weeks as we take an in-depth look at James and how to have faith in the real world.

Mother’s Day 2021

Come celebrate moms with us and hear a message about how God knows you and is for you because He created you!