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The Bible is filled with amazing stories that go back to the beginning of time! In the real life, historical stories of the Old Testament, we can see the way God takes lives filled with small successes and great failures, and turns them into epic tales of his own design.


We can also see that all of our stories, and all the stories that make up our communities, are no less a part of God’s story than any other. We can examine our own stories and look for God’s redemptive thread being pulled through and connecting each of them. We’ll hear individual testimonies every week, and we’ll get together to share our own stories in our Missional Community Groups.


We can celebrate all of our stories – not because we see our own greatness in them, but because through them we see the glory of a God who makes beautiful things out of us.


Everyone has a story to tell. What's yours?


09/19/21 - Story | Rahab
09/26/21 - Story | Elijah
10/03/21 - Story | Ruth
10/10/21 - Story | Naomi
10/17/21 - Story | Samson
10/24/21 - Story | David
10/31/21 - Story | Sarah
11/07/21 - Story | Joseph
11/14/21 - Story | Esther
11/14/21 - Story | Tamar


11/28/21 - Leedah Wong - How to Live a Flourishing Life



We've heard stories about disciples in the Bible, but what does it mean to be a disciple of Jesus today? And how can we impact those around us through our ordinary lives? Over the course of four weeks, we're going to talk about what that journey to be a disciple and apprentice to Jesus looks like, and ask the big question that all Christ followers must answer: Will you?


Will you follow Jesus? Will you abide in him? Will you become more Christlike? Will you go?


Journey with us to focus our hearts and minds on the magnificence of Jesus, to seek transformation to become like him, and to witness the glory of what it means to be a part of his mission to change the world.


What does it mean to be human? Christian or not, we all experience the same losses, wrestle with the same fears, struggle with the same inadequacies. These experiences are part of what makes us human, and God has given us the capacity to experience them. He even moves us through our emotions to see Him more clearly!


Join us as we look deeper at the human experience, and seek to discover what it means to be fully human, yet fully devoted to Christ.


Everything in Christianity, everything we do as a Church is all because we believe the resurrection is true and that it actually happened. And if the resurrection is true... that means that Jesus is ALIVE! And that faith has incredible implications that define everything we do.


For this seven week long series, we’re going to be exploring the motivations and characteristics of past and present disciples of Jesus Christ, and seek to understand how these were relevant both 2,000 years ago and today. Because if the resurrection is true, then what does it mean for people who believe it? How does the resurrection fill us with a new way of life that we could not have had without it?

The things that we're looking to fill us up in this world don't satisfy... but Jesus does.


No symbol encapsulates the soul of the Christian faith like the cross. In this series, we are going to Gaze at the Cross through the eyes of those who saw it first-hand, each of them bringing a different perspective to what they saw.


The first perspective comes from a Roman centurion who was physically responsible for putting Jesus on the cross.

The second comes from the thieves who were crucified next to Jesus: one who taunted Jesus and the other who was transformed.

The third perspective comes from Joseph of Arimathea, who tended to Jesus’ body after He was taken down from the cross.

Lastly—we will look to Mary and Joanna, who saw firsthand that the cross wasn’t the end of the Story.


The hope of this series is for us to see that as we gaze, we are all called to respond in the same way—with awe and worship of the One who took the cross for us.