Sermon Series

Pure Gold

Tick Tock Sermon Series

June 24th, 2018

Fifth Sunday After Pentecost

Reverend Dan is preaching.

Ecclesiastes 3:1-11

Just like the calendar year our life is full of seasons.

In our church we call them chapters. Some chapters we love and want them to last forever, while other chapters we want to get through as quickly as possible as they bring us heartache and pain. It still all comes down to time and how we see ourselves and God in the midst of it.

What season or chapter are you in and who is writing that chapter? All chapters are beautiful chapters when we live them in the midst of walk with Jesus Christ. How can we see the beauty in ALL of the chapters of life?

Whose Time Is It Anyway?

Tick Tock Sermon Series

June 17th, 2018

Fourth Sunday After Pentecost and Father's Day

Reverend Dan is preaching.

Mark 1:14-20

James and John were living their lives on their time.

They were learning their father’s fishing business. They knew what their time would look like as they planned out their lives. That all changed when they were called to live their lives on God’s time through his one and only Son, Jesus Christ.

On whose time are you living your life? Are you on your time or the time that God has always had planned for you?

What Are You Waiting For?

Tick Tock Sermon Series

June 10th, 2018

Third Sunday After Pentecost

Reverend Dan is preaching.

2 Peter 3:1-10

I’ll do it tomorrow.

How many of us have said that about a task at hand only to never get to it? In today’s scripture the people are just waiting around for Jesus to come again. They think that he could come at any moment so why should they go to work and live their lives? We don’t know when he will come again so we are to be living our lives for Christ right in the midst of the lives that he has given us.

If that is our call in this world, what are you waiting for?

For Such A Time As This

Tick Tock Sermon Series

June 3rd, 2018

Second Sunday After Pentecost

Reverend Dan is preaching.

Esther 4:12-17

Upon the long line of eternity we will all have our time.

Our lives are but a small mark on that long and forever moving timeline. What will you do with your time? What has God created you to do with your time on that line? How have you been gifted for such a time as this--your time on the long line of eternity?

What you do with the time God has given you could have eternal consequences for you and all the people you come in contact with throughout your life.

Sermon Series - Tick Tock: June 3 - 24, 2018

TIME!  We never seem to have enough of it and the time that we do have seems to just be filled with the “busy” of life.

How can we see and use time differently? How does God look at time when it comes to his people? Our world is constantly trying to discover how to find meaning and fulfillment in the time we have versus just being busy. In this sermon series we will dig deeper into the difference between being busy and being fulfilled when it comes to time.

Below are the upcoming worship events for this sermon series To learn more about each sermon, please click on the sermon title!

June 3rd, 2018: For Such A Time As This

June 10th, 2018: What Are You Waiting For?

June 17th, 2018: Whose Time Is It Anyway?

June 24th, 2018: Pure Gold


May 27th, 2018

First Sunday After Pentecost & Memorial Day Weekend

Pastor Paul is preaching.

Mark 12:13-17

On this weekend in which we remember the sacrifice of our nation’s greatest heroes, we pause to ponder anew what it means to serve both God and country. 

Though our nation remains unified in many ways, the divisions among us are increasing, and the space between grows wider by the day.  As Christians, how are we to not only exist in but contribute to a divided world?  We are quick to forget that Jesus faced this same challenge during His time here on earth.  May his wisdom in responding to a fractured society grant us wisdom for the same 2000 years later.

The Fire Still Burns

Party Time Sermon Series

May 20th, 2018

Pentecost Sunday

Rev. Dan is preaching.

Acts 2:1-21

There are people from all over the world gathered for a party.

The term Pentecost comes from Greek meaning "fiftieth" (50th). It refers to the festival celebrated on the fiftieth day after Passover, also known as the "Feast of Weeks." When you go to a party you bring a gift.  God showed up at this party and through Jesus Christ gives the church the gift of the Holy Spirit.  What are you doing with this gift that God, in Christ, has given to you?  Have you yet “regifted” the gift of the Holy Spirit to someone else?

Listen To Your Mother

Party Time Sermon Series

May 13th, 2018, Mother's Day

Rev. Dan is preaching.

John 2:1-12

On this Mother’s Day we will read a scripture that has Jesus’ mother giving him instructions at a huge wedding reception on what to do. 

He almost does not listen to his mother.  Jesus does end up listening to his mother and because of that we see the first of his many miracles.  Do we listen to the wise advice of others or do we feel that we already know it all?  The Bible is full of the wise advice and teachings of those who have gone before us.  When we listen to Christ miracles happen in our lives and in the people’s lives around us.  That is cause for celebration.  This all happens in the midst of a party. 

Don't Miss It

Party Time Sermon Series

May 6th, 2018, Confirmation Sunday

Rev. Dan is preaching.

Luke 15:11-32

There was a huge party being thrown with food, music, and a ton of people and one person refused to show up. 

The older brother of the Prodigal Son refused to go to the party because he felt that it was unfair that his brother had a party thrown for his return.  The fact is that because the older brother never left the love of the father the party was always available to him.  He was living in the midst of the celebration because he never left.  Why would he choose to miss it now?  Are you missing out on the party that the Lord has had for you your entire life? 

Sermon Series - Party Time: May 6 - 20, 2018

The Bible is full of wonderful celebrations. 

They happen quite a bit and they many times happen for different reasons. 

We will look at three parties in the month of May.  We will look at the party for the return of the Prodigal Son.  Week two we will look at the party that was thrown for the wedding at Cana.  In week three we will celebrate the birth of the church at Pentecost. 

Why did they throw those parties and how can we still live into those celebrations as we live out our faith stories now?  Following Christ still can be a party if we seek out the abundant life that we can only find in him. 

Below are the upcoming worship events for this sermon series To learn more about each sermon, please click on the sermon title!

May 6th, 2018: Don't Miss It

May 13th, 2018: Listen To Your Mother

May 20th, 2018: The Fire Still Burns