Message Series

  • Celtic Rhythms: Keeping Time with God

    The season of Lent (40 days from Ash Wednesday to Easter) is a time for deepening our faith. This year, we will let the Celts be our teachers in drawing closer to God’s own heart. By exploring some core spiritual elements that define the Celtic tradition – finding God in the ordinary, seeking God in creation, silence and solitude, the Iorica (breastplate prayer), and the Celtic High Cross - perhaps you’ll discover a new rhythm for daily living that helps you keep better time with God.
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  • Desert Wanderings: Exploring Questions of Faith

    During Lent, 6:35 worship on Wednesdays will be an experiment in giving you a chance to help define the direction of each week’s message as Catherine and Steve will be preaching on your questions about faith. Where do you struggle in being a follower of Jesus? What question related to faith keeps you up at night? If you could have a one-on-one with Jesus, what question would you ask him to help you understand better? What troubles or confuses you in the Bible?

    Submit your question here. All questions will be gathered and each Wednesday one of you will be invited to draw one from a basket where it will be read aloud and the focus of the next week's message.

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  • Teach Me To Pray

    When the disciples asked Jesus how to pray, he gave them a model that is still used weekly in worship today in churches around the world. Taking a closer look at the content of the Lord's Prayer, we can all gain new insight on what Jesus was trying to teach them (and us) and how we can all go deeper in our prayer life. Join us for this message series during the month of February.
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  • Watch Live

    We live stream our 9:40am Sunday Worship service. You can go to the live streaming webpage, or our YouTube channel. An archived copy of that sermon will be placed here on Monday mornings.

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Won't You Be My Neighbor?

When Jesus was asked to sum up all of God’s teaching into one commandment, he said to love God with all that we are and to love our neighbors as ourselves.  What would happen if everyone took this commandment seriously?  As the beloved television personality, Mr. Fred Rogers says, being a neighbor is an invitation to show someone that they are loved and capable of loving.  Who are your neighbors?  Do you know them?  Do you love them?  Loving your neighbor can change everything.

  • Seeing and Being Seen
  • Interruptions and Invitations
  • What if Jesus Really Meant What He Said?

Rev. Steve Price
Matthew 5:13-16
August 26, 2018

8:15 Audio

9:40 Audio

11:00 Audio

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Rev. Catherine Fluck Price
Luke 8:43-48 CEB
August 19, 2018

8:15 Audio

9:40 Audio

11:00 Audio

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Rev. Steve Price
Matthew 22:34-40; Romans 13:8-10
August 12, 2018

8:15 Audio

9:40 Audio

11:00 Audio

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