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    The Not-So-Fun News: No dinners will be served in the Fellowship Center before Advent services.
    The Good News: Christ was born . . . and He will come again! Oh, what joy!

    SUNDAY Advent Series

    Hopeful Expectations
    November 29, December 6, 13 and 27 | 8:00 & 10:30 am | In-Person and Live-Stream

    CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS

    Hopeful Expectations

    During Advent, we are filled with anticipation of the first coming when all of the hope that was prophesied in the Old Testament found flesh in the person of Jesus Christ. But Advent, a season of waiting and expectations is also about the seeking of Christ’s second coming for us.

    Sunday, Nov 29 (Christmas Kickoff) : How Now Shall We Live? : 2 Peter 3:8-15
    Anticipating the second coming of Christ points us to a life of holiness as we look toward a new dwelling place with God. In light of our future hope, we are able to now have hope and serve others because of it.

    No education or Bible classes for KidZone, Middle School or High School.
    Childcare available for birth 0-36 months.
    Christmas Kickoff details HERE.

    Sunday, Dec 6 : Blessed Self-Forgetfulness : Matthew 25:31-42
    The longing for Christ’s second coming comes with the realization that it also is cause for us to consider how much we live a life that hopes only in this world, or if we’ve been freed to serve others because of our future hope. Our lives should reflect a future hope that intentionally looks to spend our lives in ways that serve others.

    Sunday, Dec 13 : Let It Be To Me According To Your Word : Luke 1:26-38
    The first arrival of Jesus was the ultimate fulfillment of hope. In the same way that people were able to have hope that could cause them to submit every part of life to God’s will, we are to have the same hope and action.

    Sunday, Dec 20 (Kid’s Christmas Program & Sing-Along) : Unexpected Hope : Matthew 2:1-12
    In this passage, we will see how Christ’s arrival uniquely included people from places that we normally may not think of. This aspect of Jesus’ arrival should fuel our mission to love our neighbors and display how He is the hope not only for Christians but for the world as well.

    No education or Bible classes for KidZone, Middle School or High School.
    Childcare available for birth 0-36 months.
    Kid’s Christmas Program & Sing-Along details HERE.

    Wednesday Advent Series

    The Line
    December 2, 9 and 16 | 7:00pm | In-Person and Live-Stream
    Childcare available for birth 0-36 months.

    CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS

    The Line

    The birth of Jesus forever changed the course of history. We even separate history according to Jesus’ birth. His birth is The Line that separates B.C. and A.D.. Jesus changed the world by entering history as Immanuel (God with us), and He can change our lives as well.

    Wednesday, Dec 2 : Set Free : Isaiah 52:13-53:12
    Before Christ came into the world, we were captives to sin and deserved God’s punishment. Now that Jesus has come, and paid the price for our sin, we can be free from our guilt and know God personally.

    Wednesday, Dec 9 : My Eyes Have Seen Your Salvation : Luke 2:22-38
    In an ancient world where a person’s worth was based on their family wealth or political status, Jesus changed the entire course of history by coming for all people – equally. The value of a person is now based on the price that God paid for their redemption: the blood of God’s own Son.

    Wednesday, Dec 16 : The Scripture is FulFilled : Luke 4:16-30
    Youth Ministry will lead this worship service!
    The breaking between B.C. and A.D. wasn’t just about a birth so we could have a new holiday; it was about a new way of life. We should not have a “Christmas faith,” but a transformed life that shows Jesus’ Lordship every day of the year.

     

    Christmas Eve

    Thursday, Dec 24 (Christmas Eve) : Luke 2
    For times and details of Christmas Eve services, go HERE.
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    View past sermons HERE.

    Due to rising COVID cases and concerns, we ask that you wear a mask and practice social distancing at all services and events.

    The Not-So-Fun News: No dinners will be served in the Fellowship Center before Advent services.
    The Good News: Christ was born . . . and He will come again! Oh, what joy!

    SUNDAY Advent Series

    Hopeful Expectations
    November 29, December 6, 13 and 27 | 8:00 & 10:30 am | In-Person and Live-Stream

    CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS

    Hopeful Expectations

    During Advent, we are filled with anticipation of the first coming when all of the hope that was prophesied in the Old Testament found flesh in the person of Jesus Christ. But Advent, a season of waiting and expectations is also about the seeking of Christ’s second coming for us.

    Sunday, Nov 29 (Christmas Kickoff) : How Now Shall We Live? : 2 Peter 3:8-15
    Anticipating the second coming of Christ points us to a life of holiness as we look toward a new dwelling place with God. In light of our future hope, we are able to now have hope and serve others because of it.

    No education or Bible classes for KidZone, Middle School or High School.
    Childcare available for birth 0-36 months.
    Christmas Kickoff details HERE.

    Sunday, Dec 6 : Blessed Self-Forgetfulness : Matthew 25:31-42
    The longing for Christ’s second coming comes with the realization that it also is cause for us to consider how much we live a life that hopes only in this world, or if we’ve been freed to serve others because of our future hope. Our lives should reflect a future hope that intentionally looks to spend our lives in ways that serve others.

    Sunday, Dec 13 : Let It Be To Me According To Your Word : Luke 1:26-38
    The first arrival of Jesus was the ultimate fulfillment of hope. In the same way that people were able to have hope that could cause them to submit every part of life to God’s will, we are to have the same hope and action.

    Sunday, Dec 20 (Kid’s Christmas Program & Sing-Along) : Unexpected Hope : Matthew 2:1-12
    In this passage, we will see how Christ’s arrival uniquely included people from places that we normally may not think of. This aspect of Jesus’ arrival should fuel our mission to love our neighbors and display how He is the hope not only for Christians but for the world as well.

    No education or Bible classes for KidZone, Middle School or High School.
    Childcare available for birth 0-36 months.
    Kid’s Christmas Program & Sing-Along details HERE.

    Wednesday Advent Series

    The Line
    December 2, 9 and 16 | 7:00pm | In-Person and Live-Stream
    Childcare available for birth 0-36 months.

    CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS

    The Line

    The birth of Jesus forever changed the course of history. We even separate history according to Jesus’ birth. His birth is The Line that separates B.C. and A.D.. Jesus changed the world by entering history as Immanuel (God with us), and He can change our lives as well.

    Wednesday, Dec 2 : Set Free : Isaiah 52:13-53:12
    Before Christ came into the world, we were captives to sin and deserved God’s punishment. Now that Jesus has come, and paid the price for our sin, we can be free from our guilt and know God personally.

    Wednesday, Dec 9 : My Eyes Have Seen Your Salvation : Luke 2:22-38
    In an ancient world where a person’s worth was based on their family wealth or political status, Jesus changed the entire course of history by coming for all people – equally. The value of a person is now based on the price that God paid for their redemption: the blood of God’s own Son.

    Wednesday, Dec 16 : The Scripture is FulFilled : Luke 4:16-30
    Youth Ministry will lead this worship service!
    The breaking between B.C. and A.D. wasn’t just about a birth so we could have a new holiday; it was about a new way of life. We should not have a “Christmas faith,” but a transformed life that shows Jesus’ Lordship every day of the year.

     

    Christmas Eve

    Thursday, Dec 24 (Christmas Eve) : Luke 2
    For times and details of Christmas Eve services, go HERE.
    <<< Christmas 2020 HOME PAGE