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Stand Alone Sermons and Bible Classes

A collection of sermons and Bible classes that are not part of a specific series.

The Good Book

A sermon series that looks at the Bible itself, why it's good and why we trust it.

Jesus said...

A study of the parables of Jesus and how they teach us how to live for Him in our everyday lives.

Joshua (Bible Class)

Learn how to follow God's calling in your life with courage and faith through a study of the book of Joshua

Acts: The Gospel for the World

This summer sermon series covers the second half of the book of Acts. Together we learn how to continue the work of the early church of bringing the Gospel of Jesus to all people.

Proverbs: Lessons in Wisdom

We are all faced with decisions each and everyday and despite our best intentions, we don't always make the right one or even know what the right one is. Proverbs teaches us about godly wisdom that we can use to be a guide for our lives and the decisions we face.

Holy Week 2023

A celebration of the Life, Death, and Resurrection of our savior Jesus Christ!

Bold Prayers: Talking to God to Change Your Life

Most of us would agree that prayer is good and important to our faith. The Bible commands us to pray often. But we sometimes struggle to pray big prayers; we shy away from praying boldly. Throughout this series, we will be looking at bold prayers in the Bible to find encouragement and faith to pray bold prayers.

1 Corinthians 15 (Bible Class)

In this Bible Class we do an in depth study of 1 Corinthians 15; a chapter dedicated to the importance and impact of the resurrection of Jesus for our faith and life.

Knowing God: The I AM Statements of Jesus

At the start of a new year, we usually set a lot of goals, hopes, and dreams. What if we made our primary goal for the year getting to know God better? The best way to know God better  is to know Jesus better. In this sermon series we get to know God better through the I AM statements of Jesus in the Gospel of John.

Comfort and Joy

Advent is a season of looking back at what God has done and looking forward to what God will do through Jesus. By looking to the past and looking forward with hope we can have comfort and joy here and now.


The pace of life is frantic and there always seems to be pressure to get more done and stay as busy as possible. But what if there is a better way of life? In this sermon series we explore what the Bible says about rest and how Jesus offers us rest not just for our bodies, but for our souls as well.