Every Story Whispers His Name: Domini Sumus

"My hope is built on nothing less than Jesus blood and righteousness. On Christ the solid rock I stand, all other ground is sinking sand." The solid rock. Jesus is our solid rock. He is our rock, our anchor of hope. He has gone into the inner sanctuary of heaven, the very throne room of God, and if we remain connected to him by faith, we will someday be brought to where he is. Join us on Sunday morning at 9:30am as we look to Jesus, our rock and our hope.

Every Story Whispers His Name: A Slaughterhouse Or A Sanctuary?

A slaughterhouse or a sanctuary!? In the ancient world, sacrifices were a big deal...a really, really big deal. As a result, Israel and her centers of worship were literally soaked in the blood of animals from sacrifices. Their sanctuaries were more like slaughterhouses than places of worship from all the sacrifices worshippers made. Join us on Sunday morning at 9:30am as we hear name of Christ as our Sacrifice whispered through the Psalms. Hopefully you don't have a fear of blood!

A Family Tree: Tolling Of The Bells

The Scriptures tell us that "Abraham breathed his last and died in a good old age, an old man and full of years, and was gathered to his people." This Sunday at 9:30am we will reflect on those individuals who have been gathered to their people as the bell tolls in their honor. We will also light a candle in celebration of the times we have gathered around the waters of Baptism. Join us for our annual Tolling of the Bells Service.

A Family Tree: God's Benefit Plan

As we look ahead to 2017 we are reminded that we have access to all the vast resources of God. He's open to us in so many ways. Having just celebrated the mystery of the incarnation we live in this time of God's abundant blessing and grace as we await the GRAND FINALE. Join us on Sunday morning at 9:30am as we learn more about God's benefit plan.

A Family Tree: Do Not Be Afraid

The Angel Gabriel tells Joseph, "Do Not Be Afraid!" Really?! C'mon Gabriel, give Joseph a break. Why wouldn't he be afraid? How was he going raise the Son of God? What were people going to say? How would he tell his parents? In a lot of ways there were a few thousand reasons for Joseph and there are a few thousand reasons for us to be afraid. How are we going to pay for it all? Why all the violence in the world? What will the scan show? And in the midst of all our fears, God reminds us that His name is Emmanuel which means "God is with us." Join us on Christmas morning at 9:30am in the Chapel as we worship Emmanuel.