We are happy to report that we will return to church beginning July 19, 2020 @ 9am for Morning Prayer together, and alternating every other Sunday after that! We’d love to see you back. Safe measures are in place. Click here to view, download or print our “Best Practices Policy” for regathering.
If we are “free from the law of sin”, then why is it that we still struggle with sin? What can we do when we are faced with the urge to do what we know we shouldn’t do? We continue our series on Romans as Rev Jim unpacks the Apostle Paul’s struggle, and how the … Read more2020 07 05 Sunday Worship “Spirit”
What does it mean to have “newness” of life? How, if at all, can someone achieve it? What does it look like? This week, Rev. Jim opens the Word to Romans 6, and answers these questions, drawing out for us the main theme of this sermon series.
In the second half of Romans 5, Paul answers some of life’s deepest questions about evil and sin: Where does it come from? What does it do? And what’s the answer to sin? As we continue our Lectionary Series, Rev. Jim takes us on a bird’s eye view of sin, death and Jesus from Romans … Read more2020 06 21 Sunday Worship “Life and Death”
It’s easy to see the fragile nature of world peace between nations, or even peace within a culture, or even within a family. It’s not perfect. This week we begin our Lectionary Series on Romans called “Newness of Life” with a word study through the opening verses of Romans chapter 5. Discover how Jesus offers … Read more2020 06 14 Sunday Worship “Peace”
With all the news exposure we have access to, and all of the opinions and comments that come with them on social media, it’s not hard to lose our bearings on our response to issues such as racism and political upheaval. This week, Rev. Jim opens the Bible to Jesus’ Parable of the Good Samaritan … Read more2020 06 11 Midweek Word “No Partiality”
There’s no doubt that the world is changing, and it seems to be more and more chaotic every week. Where is it headed and how can the Church respond? Today, Rev. Jim sweeps aside all the hectic events of the week and finds peace in the first two verses of the Bible –Genesis 1.1-2.
In the midst of any disaster, God has proven a faithful refuge for his people. In today’s Midweek Word, Rev. Jim looks at Psalm 46, which leads to an invitation to “be still” with God in the middle of these difficult times.
Happy Birthday, Church! As you know, way back when this whole pandemic began, we had hopes of celebrating Pentecost together, gathering around the Table and enjoying our time together. We’re saddened that we are not able to that today. But, as we celebrate this Pentecost in our homes, God has blessed us with a special … Read more2020 05 31 Sunday Worship “Pentecost”
How does spirituality help you in your suffering? Is it true that suffering can be a blessing? In this final lesson on our series “Faith Under Fire,” Rev Jim looks at how 1 Peter helps us find meaning and purpose in suffering.