The future planning team worked with church staff and ministry leaders to develop schematic design plans from which a scope of work and project budget were developed. Our team will make their presentation on April 8th at 6:30 in the Worship Center. Download more info below.
The apostle Paul echoes Jesus' emphasis on the primary importance of love in Rom. 13:8-10. Paul's conclusion is that the whole Mosaic law of the Old Testament covenant is summed up in the commandment to love one's neighbor as one's self. ... See MoreSee Less
The current sermon series on the audacity of Jesus continues this coming Sunday with a focus on Jesus' teaching about loving one another as He loves us. In the context of the Last Supper with His disciples before His betrayal and crucifixion, Jesus gives His followers a new commandment in Jn. 13:34-35. What is to be the measure of their love for one another, and what will be the outcome of loving in that fashion? ... See MoreSee Less
As you prepare for worship this morning, read Mk. 2:23 - 3:6. We encounter the stories that we've read earlier from Matthew and Luke about Jesus' disciples "harvesting" grain on the Sabbath and His healing of the man with the shriveled hand on the Sabbath day. Pay special attention to Jesus' words in Mk. 2:27-28. We've already heard Him declare that He's the Lord of the Sabbath, but notice His challenge of their basic misunderstanding of the purpose of the day in v. 27. They've taken what God intended to be a blessing for mankind and converted it into an unbearable burden. Give thanks to God today for the freedom we have in Christ to enjoy God's blessings rather than being bound by legalism. ... See MoreSee Less