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The Sundays after Epiphany
|Fifth Sunday after Epiphany, Feb 5th|
Fifth Sunday after Epiphany Children's Message
Third Sunday after Epiphany, Jan 22nd sorry no recording
Baptism of Our Lord, Jan 7th sorry no recording
First Sunday after Christmas, Jan 1st sorry no recording
The Sundays in Advent
First Sunday in Advent Nov 27th sorry no recording
The Sundays after Pentecost
|The Twenty sixth Sunday after Pentecost (Nov 13, 2016) sorry no recording
Reformation Sunday (Oct 30, 2016) sorry no recording
Pentecost & Trinity Sunday
Pentecost is the birthday of the church. It is the time where we celebrate that God pours out his Holy Spirit on all his people. Having the Spirit of God means that we have a place in God's kingdom. Having a place in God's kingdom means that we have a place in God's mission.
Trinity Sunday emphasizes that our God is one God in three persons. This is important in helping us to understand who our God is and how he relates to us.
Easter changes everything. The greatest of which is that it gives us the certain hope of life that will never end. But what does that life look like? What difference does it make for today? This sermon series will look at this and unpack it during the Sundays in the season of Easter.
|The Second Sunday of Easter
The Second Sunday of Easter Children's MessageThe Third Sunday of EasterThe Third Sunday of Easter Children's MessageThe Fourth Sunday of Easter
The Sixth Sunday of Easter (sorry no recording)
The Christian faith is all about life; not just life after death, but life before death as well. Our faith is not just information that we know, but it speaks to how we live our very lives. During this Lenten season, we will focus on that life, and some of the different aspects that come with living life in God's love. This series will look at Life Lived in... brokenness (Ash Wednesday), certainty, expectation, God's strength, reconciliation, confidence, remembrance (Maundy Thursday), love (Good Friday), and hope (Easter).
The First Wednesday in Lent
The Second Wednesday in Lent
The Fourth Wednesday in Lent
The Fifth Wednesday in Lent
Good Friday - Noon
Good Friday - Tenebrae
Of course, this is not a series on healthy living. Although, that is important. Rather, this is a series that looks at how we, as God's people, experience and participate in the building up of the body of Christ. We will be focusing on the Epistle texts and talking about the process of Equipping, Encouraging, and Engaging.
|The Baptism of our Lord|
Gloria - An Advent Journey of Preparation
|The First Sunday in Advent|