January 9th – February 6th
What does it mean to be a “difference maker”. In this series, we are going to be looking at what it looks like to be more than an observer. Learning how we as Christ followers can make a difference in the lives of those around us.
May 9th – July 11th, 2018
In this sermon series we will walk through the Gospel of Matthew. These messages examine the broader themes in Matthew like God’s character, Jesus as the fulfillment of the Old Testament’s promises for a Messiah, and the importance of internal integrity over external behavior. Laying out practical application points like the need for salvation, baptism, and repentance, this sermon series provides the groundwork for a clear explanation of the Gospel.
April 4th, 2018 – May 2nd, 2018
During our journey through “Artifacts” we will be looking at some of the different attributes of God’s unchanging character. By examining the Bible’s testimony of God’s holiness, eternal existence, justice, and love, this series will encourage our students to trust in each of these ancient descriptors and, ultimately, to trust in God wholeheartedly as he shares these parts of himself with us.
The Sermon on the Mount
February 21st, 2018 – March 28th, 2018
Jesus delivered a powerful and counter-cultural sermon that set a standard for the people of God on what the life of a follower of Jesus is to look like. In this series we walked through the beatitudes, what it looks like to be salt and light, worry, and more of Jesus’ expectations for the life of the believer.
January 24th – February 14th, 2018
What is the purpose of the local church? In this series we are calling out the selfish deceitfulness of consumerism, defining what church is supposed to be, and declaring what it is not. The church is a place to serve, to be connected, and to live on mission for God’s kingdom. ‘We Are’ will help students understand both their place in the local church and the local church’s place in the world.
January 10th, 2018
In this sermon we dive deep into the world of 2 Kings 7. We enter history as the city of Samaria is under siege and the people have become desperate turning to evil ways. In this sermon we follow 4 lepers who are having to choose whether or not to enter the falling city or become slaves to the enemy.
November – December 2017
The Advent season consists for 4 weeks leading up to the celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ. The word Advent comes from the Latin word Adventus, and means “The Coming”. This season finds its roots all the way back in the 400’s A.D. As a way to prepare for the remembrance of Jesus’ birth.
In this series students will walk through this critical season of Advent preparing their hearts and minds as we look at the four distinctives of this lenten season: Hope, Peace, Joy, and Love.
In this series we will journey through the gospel of Mark looking at “#theJesuslife”. We will investigate how Jesus loved God and loved others while He was present in the flesh.
During this series we will focus on examining our own lives and uncovering areas that we need to conform and grow as we ourselves learn to love God and love others.
Esther – “Invisible”
The book, written nearly 2,500 years ago, walks us through the experience of an Israelite named Hadassah who would become Queen Esther of the most powerful empire on earth and husband to the Great King Xerxes of Persia.
In this series students will get to see an example of God’s divine guidance and care over our lives. We will walk with Esther as she she questions circumstances and grows in her faith in God’s control over her life. Students will be challenged to see how God may be calling them through both pleasant and difficult times to serve Him effectively.
June – August 2017
The book of Ephesians, written by the Apostle Paul, walks through our true identity as Christians and what our lives as Christ-followers are to look like. This series will show students the fullness and richness of life in Christ while teaching students what it means to be in Christ, to be the Church, the Body of Christ. Our hope is that students will understand who they are and that as they live for Christ that they can impact our church, our city, and our world!
January – May 2017
The book, written by the Apostle Paul, speaks wisdom and clarity to the church of Galatia who had heard the True Gospel of Jesus Christ, but was now being pulled away to “perverted gospels…which are really no gospels at all!”
In this series students will understand that Christians have been freed from the bondage of sin, that this happened by nothing we have done or ever could do, but by the free gift of God. Our response to this gift is living a life of worship, submission, and obedience.