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Sermon Series

What Remains

June 2020

When everything is changing, what remains? We are invited to follow Jesus. We are called to love God and love people. We are still comforted by the presence of the Holy Spirit. We are still holding to God’s promises. We are still called to make disciples of Jesus to transform the world. When everything is changing, God’s love is what remains, God’s presence is what remains, God’s promise is what remains, God’s mission is what remains.


July 2020

Sometimes the things that are the most spiritual are also the most ordinary. In this series we will explore the different ways the Holy Spirit transforms normal, everyday activities into holy encounters with God’s grace.

Spirit Work

August 2020

Jesus promised to send us the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit is at work in us and around us. We will explore five ways the Holy Spirit is involved in our lives.
Worship is when we are giving God the glory. It can be singing along on Sunday morning, but it can also be in anything you do. When we are glorifying God through our work we are worshipping Him.

Cory Feuerbacher

Worship Director

Pastor Tony recommends reading:

Be The Bridge: Pursuing Gods Heart for Racial Reconciliation

In an era where we seem to be increasingly divided along racial lines, many are hesitant to step into the gap, fearful of saying or doing the wrong thing. At times the silence, particularly within the church, seems deafening.
But change begins with an honest conversation among a group of Christians willing to give a voice to unspoken hurts, hidden fears, and mounting tensions. These ongoing dialogues have formed the foundation of a global movement called Be the Bridge—a nonprofit organization whose goal is to equip the church to have a distinctive and transformative response to racism and racial division.
In this perspective-shifting book, founder Latasha Morrison shows how you can participate in this incredible work and replicate it in your own community. With conviction and grace, she examines the historical complexities of racism. She expertly applies biblical principles, such as lamentation, confession, and forgiveness, to lay the framework for restoration.
Along with prayers, discussion questions, and other resources to enhance group engagement, Be the Bridge presents a compelling vision of what it means for every follower of Jesus to become a bridge builder—committed to pursuing justice and racial unity in light of the gospel.