Paul’s letter to the Romans is addressed to people he had never met, in the hopes of encouraging and building up this community to which he dreamed of traveling. He knew the Christian life was a perilous one, and the world in which the church was growing and spreading was unpredictable and increasingly diverse (hmmm, sound familiar?!) In this series, engaging some of the letter’s most intriguing and inspiring passages, we learn how God sustains us in the midst of brokenness, both within and without, helping us find wholeness and unity, no matter what crises we are facing.
August 9th “The End of the Law”
In Romans 10, Paul once again reminds us that life is not just about what we can accomplish, but what God will accomplish in us. Isn’t that a relief?
August 2nd “All-Inclusive Grace”
If you usually watch us on Facebook, you know we had some broadcast issues this morning. Here is most of our worship service, including our time of virtual communion – we engaged and experienced God’s “All-Inclusive Grace”
See the order of worship here.
July 25th “Inseparable”
This weekend, we will gather for worship on Saturday evening at 6:00 PM. If you miss live worship, you can watch the service right here later
Join us as we engage one of the greatest promises of our faith, that nothing separates us from the love of God.
July 19th “Labor Pains”
You can read more about Dixon Valentino, the man who served 27 years in prison after being wrongly prosecuted for murder, here.
“We know that the whole creation has been groaning in labour pains until now…” Romans 8:22
Sometimes, trouble and pain give birth to something beautiful. All of creation is waiting. How will we respond?
See order of service here.
July 12th “Broken Bodies, Broken Spirits”
From illness, pandemic, racism, disaster, and violence to the personal, physical, emotional, and relational pain of our own lives, it is plain to see we live in a broken world. Personally, we endure breaking hearts and breaking bodies. As a human family we experience greed, malice, unbridled hatred, and fear that is, literally, killing us. In love for us, and with power to heal us, God incarnates, enters our cosmos. The Apostle Paul recognizes one of those incarnations of the Divine in the person of Jesus who teaches and exemplifies living in the way of Spirit, a way that brings healing in the midst of brokenness.