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Uhurried

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.

Daniel (Bible Class)

Learn what it looks like to put our trust in God in every area of our life; knowing that no matter what happens in the world He is still ruling and reigning.

Headspace: Listening to the voice of Jesus instead of the lies we tell ourselves

So often we tell ourselves negative things and even outright lies; we get in our own heads. Many times these lies come from Satan with goal of destroying our faith, happiness, and life. But Jesus, the Good Shepherd calls us to listen and know His voice. In this sermon series we learn how to listen to the truth and promises of Jesus over the lies we tell ourselves.

Jesus the Good Shepherd

Psalm 23 is a beloved and beautiful reminder of who our Good Shepherd is. Join us as we study this beloved poem and are reminded that Jesus is our Good Shepherd for all of life.

Grace Upon Grace

In this study of Ephesians, we learn that God's grace is infinite for us in Christ Jesus.

God's Work Our Witness

In Acts 2, Peter calls the disciples witnesses to the work of God. The job of the church then and now is to celebrate and share the work of God in Jesus Christ with the whole world.

Power of the Resurrection

Paul says the goal of his life is to know the power of the resurrection. What would your life look like if you had the same goal? This sermon series looks at the reality of the Christian life lived by the power of Jesus and the resurrection.

The Heart of the Church

The Heart of the Church is sharing the Gospel so that those who are far from God may know the new and eternal life that is found in Jesus.

Leviticus (Bible Class)

Learn how an ancient rule book about offerings, sacrifices, and priests points us to the hope of Jesus.