You are warmly welcomed to join us in-person for worship at 11:00 a.m. Sunday. There's no dress code; wear what's comfortable for you, from jeans to professional attire.
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Communion is observed generally on the first Sunday of the month. It is open to all. Everyone is welcome at the table. Because COVID safety protocols are still in place, we offer the communion elements in a pre-packaged set.
Sermons for Advent
Advent is a season of anticipation, as we prepare our hearts to celebrate the coming of Jesus Christ. Our worship theme is Raising Expectation. Great hope was created by the words of prophets. But today, how do their messages connect with our reality?
Dec. 3: "Raising Expectation: The Prophets." Isaiah 53:1. Isaiah and prophets from the Old Testament offer glimpses of Messiah’s arrival. What role is foretold in Isaiah 53? And many passages refer to deliverance...but delivered from what?
Dec. 10: Sanctuary Choir leads Service of Lessons and Carols.
Dec. 17: "Raising Expectation: God’s Messengers." Luke 1:18. Angels communicate messages of hope and expectation. How reliable is their message? And are these messengers incorporated as metaphor or reality? How are angels written into the story of Jesus’ birth, and into your life?
Dec. 24: "Raising Expectation: Mary and Elizabeth." Luke 1:40-41. The greeting between Mary and Elizabeth foretells an expectation of one who will make way for the messiah. What spiritual applications are found in their interaction and Mary’s song?
Christmas Eve 5pm: "Raising Expectation: Reality and Perception." John 1:14. The messiah is born. How has expectation connected with reality? The messiah born in a Bethlehem manger? And greeted by Shepherds? Amidst all prophetic words and expectation, this is the result?
New Year’s Eve: "After Midnight." 2 Timothy 1:6-14. The season concludes and you are gifted with another year around the sun. How can you rekindle fire to improve your relationship with God and others in 2024. Wisdom is gained from Paul’s advice to Timothy.