Light in Darkness is a sermon series leading up to Christmas that focuses on the light of Jesus shining in a dark world. As followers, we will learn to reflect His light and bring hope to the world.
It’s clear from Scripture that God desires unity for His Church. Unity is what Jesus prays for, what He commands, and what He says will be the chief argument for unbelieving people coming to know God.
But if unity is that important to the heart of God, and that critical to the mission of the church, then why isn’t it something the Church fiercely fights for and passionately pursues?
In this sermon series, the pastor will be taking questions asked by our congregation and answering them.
Selfless describes the life of Jesus. During this series, we are focusing on those in need such as the poor, sick, incarcerated, and anyone marginalized in our society. The goal of this series is to shift focus from ourselves and prioritize the needs of others.
"We are Family" is a sermon series focused on building strong families on the Rock, so that when storms of life come, our houses will not crumble but will continue standing.
It’s Time is a sermon series following resurrection Sunday. During this series, we will discuss the importance of evangelism, discipleship and the baptism of The Holy Spirit.
This sermon series titled “What is Love” is focused on experiencing God's love and the transforming power it brings when shared throughout our communities.
“Second Wind” is a phenomenon that happens when a runner is at the point of exhaustion, receives a boost of new energy. During this series, you will hear how The Holy Spirit is releasing a “Second Wind” to the Church, bringing power and new energy!
Extraordinary is a sermon series with a focus on living life to the fullest. We will discover God's extraordinary plan for our life. as we open His Word and apply these timeless principles. The abundant life that Jesus promised is simply waiting for you to receive.
All of us have experienced times where we need extra strength for the task at hand. Joshua would be entering into new territory, facing new challenges, encountering a new enemy, and using new battle tactics. During this sermon series, we will observe how supernatural strength and courage will bring triumph when defeat seems evident.