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Worship gatherings create a unique time to connect with God. Through traditional and contemporary music, prayers, Bible readings, and a relevant message we experience God.

We celebrate our life in God with order and spontaneity in a style that has form but isn’t formal. There may even be times of laughter. We may shed a tear. Exactly what your wear isn’t important – being there is what matters.

 

Our Current Message Series

 

Glory Stories

Lord, I have heard of your fame; I stand in awe of your deeds, O Lord. Renew them in our day, in our time make them known;   

-Habbakuk the Prophet    
 
As we continue to seek renewal, let’s discover that  scripture is full of stories of how God renewed the life of his people.   When he did, it was glorious.  The glory that was revealed wasn’t the fleeting glory of human accomplishment, but the eternal glory of God at work in and among his people.  This is what we’re seeking today.  Let’s hear how God re-created life in the past and still does today!

 

August 6: Made for Glory
Genesis 1&2

From the very beginning, God has intended to bless us beyond what we are currently capable of comprehending.  The world, everything in it, including ourselves were created to brilliantly reflect the glory of God who made us.  As we seek renewal, we cooperate with God in renewing our original ability to reflect God’s glory.   Let’s get shiny again!  

 

August 13: While You Were Sleeping
Genesis. 15

God promised amazing blessings to Abraham.  Just one problem.  They weren’t coming.  Decades passed – no blessing.  So, God renewed the covenant he made with Abram so many years before.  Should he trust God?  Why?  Not only the promises God made, but the way he made them give us guidance as we seek spiritual renewal today. 

 

August 20: Buried Treasure
2 Kings 22 – 23

Just a few generations earlier, King David professed his love for it, King Solomon said it was more valuable than gold.  By the time Josiah became king, it was buried in the temple archives and forgotten.  When Josiah discovered the promises of God in his Word, he renewed the covenant and found God’s favor.  Maybe you’ve got some buried treasure too.

 

August 27: Called Out
Psalm 51

It looked like he had gotten away with it.  After lusting after Uriah’s wife, David committed adultery with Bathsheba and initiated Uriah’s murder.   It weighed quietly, but heavily on his conscience. He could feel his relationship with God fading, his spiritual strength ebbing away. Then one day Nathan the prophet came with a story about a greedy neighbor, and called him out. 

 

September 3: I Have a Dream
Joel 2:28-32; , Jeremiah 31:31-34, Acts 2

There’s more to this life, and eternal life than we can see.  We need God’s Spirit to reveal what’s real, eternal and ultimately really matters.   Our eyes of faith are opened by the Spirit who gives us a dream worth struggling for and dream worth living for.  Everything else is just going through the motions.  

 

Sept 10: When the Going Gets Tough
2 Corinthians 3 & 4.  Romans 5:1-5

Trials and struggles don’t seem like a good prospect for spiritual renewal.  Yet they often lead to renewed hope.  Let’s see if we can discover the pearl of opportunity hidden in the oyster of adversity.

 

September 17: Delivered by an Angel
Revelation 2-3

Sometimes when life is perplexing, you want to do God’s will, but you just aren’t sure exactly what it is,  you wish an angel would come and tell you.   Well, that’s exactly what God did for seven churches in need of renewal.   Let’s see if divine guidance delivered by an angel can help us today.