November 18 - Attitude of Gratitude
November 11 - How to Love God More
October 28 - Lord, I Want to See
October 21 - Building According to Code
October 14 - Form vs Content
October 7 - The Longest Table in the World
September 30 - Overcoming Worry & Fear
September 23 - Serving Two Masters
September 16 - When Your Lips Cause You to Sin
September 9 - Striving for Authenticity
September 2 - A Labor of Love
August 26 - To Forgive
August 19 - The Blessed Life
August 12 - Put Me in Coach!
August 5 - Back to School
July 29 - Guest speaker Rev. Harold Babin
July 22 - Guest speaker Terry Patterson
July 15 - "Keep the Fire Burning"
July 8 - "To Be Free" (no audio)
July 1 - "An Absurdity Here"
June 24 - "Overcoming the Battle Between Good and Evil"
June 17 - "How to Make a Disciple (a Superhero) for Christ"
June 10 - "Called to be a Super Hero"
May 27 - "A Life Without Regrets"
May 20 - No Audio
May 13 - "A Christ-Like Family"
May 6 - Senior Sunday
Our Methodist Heritage
April 15 - "John Wesley and Methodism"
April 22 - "The Heart of a Methodist"
April 29 - "The Life of a Methodist"
The Gospels of the Nobodies
Most of us have at some point felt like a nobody – insignificant, invisible, worthless. The Gospel of Luke is a portrait of Jesus with a particular focus on his ministry with those who were considered to be nobodies. This Lent, join us as we read through the Gospel of Luke together. Each week, we’ll turn our attention to specific stories that illustrate Jesus’ concern for those who were marginalized by society, and as we do, we’ll hear his word for our lives today.
February 18 - "The Nightshift Shepherds" Sermon Notes
February 25 - "Having Eyes to See" Sermon Notes
March 4 - "The Demon Possessed" Sermon Notes
March 11 - "Prodigals and Prostitutes" Sermon Notes
March 18 - "The Thin Space Between Heaven and Earth" Sermon Notes
March 25 - "Final Words on the Cross" Sermon Notes
April 1 - "The Defining Message of Easter" Sermon Notes
Lessons from the Wilderness
In the Bible, the wilderness was both a geographic place, barren and harsh, and a metaphor for those times when life is filled with adversity. In our own lives, we all have seasons when we walk through the wilderness – seasons of loss, opposition, abandonment or despair. Beginning January 14, 2018 we will study the lives of five biblical characters who found themselves in the wilderness and learn the keys to surviving our own wilderness times.
January 14 - "Enslaved and Imprisoned" Sermon Notes
January 21 - "Through the Valley of the Shadow" Sermon Notes
January 28 - "The Wilderness of Sin and Redemption" Sermon Notes
February 4 - "The God Who Sees" Sermon Notes
February 11 - "Whispers in the Wilderness" Sermon Notes
Join us for our New Sermon series : Christmas through Joseph's Eyes
What can we learn from Joseph about ourselves, about God, and about the real meaning of Christmas? Join us during the Advent season as we explore Joseph’s unique perspective that will help us rediscover the true joy of Christmas.
November 26 – “A Carpenter Named Joseph” Sermon Notes
December 3 – “Whose Child Is This?” Sermon Notes
December 10 – “Entertaining Angels” Sermon Notes
December 17 – “The Journey to Bethlehem”
December 24 – “Come Find Me”
Previous Sermon Series
How Will You Measure Your Life?
In a new sermon series beginning November 5, we are going to explore the question: How Will You Measure Your Life? Drawing from scriptural teaching, we’ll look at how what we choose and value has far greater impact on our lives than what we achieve and acquire.
November 5 – “By Who and How You Love” Sermon Notes
November 12 – “By How and What You Give” Sermon Notes
November 19 – “By Who and How You Serve” Sermon Notes
Series: The Power of Our Words
The tongue has the power to destroy or build up, to polarize or unite. How do we reign in hurtful words and instead, use our tongues to bless others? Join us for a practical, relevant and inspirational sermon series as we explore the power of our words in our families, at work, in the digital age, and in the political arena.
October 1 – “Tearing Down or Building Up?" Sermon Notes
October 8 – “Family Words” Sermon Notes
October 15 – “Religion and Politics” Sermon Notes
October 22 – Guest Speakers - The Krentz Family Missionaries
October 29 – “In the Beginning Was the Word”
Series: The Wesley Challenge
In this series, we’re going to explore The Wesley Challenge, built around 21 questions that John Wesley, the founder of Methodism, encouraged the first Methodists to ask one another. Through these sermons and daily reflection questions, we're going to explore how we can develop the spiritual habits, practices and actions that can lead to a thriving Christian life.
September 10 – “The Spiritual Life” Sermon Notes
September 17 – “On Making America Great Again” Sermon Notes
September 24 – “The Greatest of These is” Sermon Notes
Titles in blue are available to listen to online.