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20/20 Vision

01/05/2020 - 02/16/2020

What if God poured out his Holy Spirit’s power and presence on our church in 2020? What would spiritual renewal look like in your heart, your family, and our church? We believe the promises of God in the book of Joel are true for us today. As we sacrificially seek God, we believe He will pour out His Spirit on the old and young, and all our sons and daughters. As we begin 2020 we are renewing our commitment as a church to prayer and fasting through a special “Week To Seek” emphasis and a sermon series on the Book of Joel.


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"With" Jesus

12/01/2019 - 12/29/2019

“The virgin will conceive and give birth to a son, and they will call him ‘Immanuel’, which means “God with us”. Matthew 1:23

“With” means to be “present”. Being truly present with someone is one of the most powerful gifts we can give. At Christmas we celebrate the Son of God coming into the world to be WITH us. Jesus revealed the Father and showed us how to live in relationship WITH God.

Hidden in the Christmas story are surprising truths of how we can be in relationship with God by living our lives WITH Jesus through the presence and power of his Holy Spirit. Join us for our Christmas sermon series to discover these beautiful and transcendent truths.

"In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us…” John 1:1, 14


Peace: In The Storms of Anxiety and Fear

11/10/2019 - 11/24/2019

Our culture is experiencing the storm waters of rising anxiety and fear. Stress in our relationships, jobs, finances, and more leave us sick and exhausted. Jesus is called the Prince of Peace and gives us the prescription we need to experience real peace in Him. Join us Sunday mornings Nov. 10, 17, and 24 for this crucial sermon series from the Book of Mark.

Jesus to the storm, “Peace be still.” (Mark 4:39)


Thy Kingdom Come

10/13/2019 - 11/03/2019

When we pray for God’s kingdom to come what does that mean? How do we, individually as Christians and as the church, participate in this kingdom? God’s calls His church to make the invisible kingdom visible. Jesus said the kingdom of God is already a reality among us in this world, but it is not yet complete.

Today, we are surrounded by a world of pain and suffering, with huge gaps between the rich and poor, the hungry and well-fed, the hurting and the well-off. We can easily feel overwhelmed. But the good news of the gospel is that God’s kingdom is already at work among us and one day will come in all its fullness.

Meanwhile, our role is to pray and be PARTICIPANTS in the coming of the kingdom. May we start with prayer and say, “Thy kingdom come, thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven…” And may we keep our eyes open to see how we can be used by God for His kingdom both locally and globally. Join us on Sundays as we discover how we as the church are called to be His kingdom participants!