The Voice - The Inauguration

So often we want to hear the voice of God telling us what to do. Take this job. Marry this person. Go to this school. It's as if we are looking for a treasure map outlining our lives. I wonder if in Jesus' baptism He is calling us not to a greater clarity of ourselves, but of Him. I wonder if the voice from heaven has less to do with us and more to do with Jesus. And I wonder if the voice we still hear today isn't a self-help fix, but is instead a call to greater obedience around Jesus' life and witness. Join us on Sunday morning at 9:30am as we gather around the waters of Jesus' baptism.

The Voice - Take Off Your Shoes

God commands Moses to take off his shoes. In the ancient world, shoes represented who you were and what you did. Shoes were vocational. And God tells Moses to take them off and get ready for an entirely new vocation. Join us on Sunday morning at 9:30am as we explore the voice of God calling out to Moses from the bush that was not consumed.

The Voice - An Angry Farmer

God calls out to Cain, "Where is your brother?" How many times have parents asked that question?! And Cain's response is really an admonition. "Am I my brother's keeper?" I am my brother's keeper. We are our brothers' and sisters' keepers. As Christians we are one in the Spirit, one in the body of Christ, one as people clothed in Christ. Join us on Sunday morning at 9:30am as we learn from an angry farmer who reminds us that we are most definitely our brothers' keepers!

The Voice - The Blame Game

Throughout the Bible there is a voice whispering to us. It’s familiar voice. A voice that knew us when we were yet in our mother’s womb. A voice that speaks to us in those innermost quiet places of our hearts and minds. A voice that is loving and stern all at the same time. Join us on Sunday morning at 9:30am as we listen for the voice of God in the Garden of Eden.

The Gospel - Fairy Tale

Once upon a time. Once upon a time there was a little girl named Goldy-locks and the three bears. Once upon a time there was another little girl named Little Red Robin Hood and there was a big bad wolf with a big set of lungs. Once upon a time there two brothers, Peter and Edmund, and two sisters, Lucie and Susan, and a white witch and a lion named Aslan. Once upon a time. This is how all good stories begin, don’t they? Join us on Sunday morning outside in the front lawn at 9:30am to hear the Gospel as fairy tale!