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The Gospel is more than just about a personal relationship with God. It is also about God’s redemptive plan to renew all things. The Christian needs to understand the power of the gospel: it can both justify and transform the sinner, it can bring together all people into one people of God.

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The Apostles’ Creed

The Apostles’ Creed finds its beginning in the apostles’ teachings and contains essential Christian doctrines and beliefs that summarize the gospel and make up the foundation of our faith. The scriptural truths contained in the creed help us to operate out of good theology, with the knowledge that our faith is rooted in truth and a rich history that spans past and present. The lines of the creed aren’t mere words. They are the essence of what we confess and believe.



From darkness to light, this is the story we all share as the people of God. He draws us out to draw us in. From the birth of Israel to the church today, God delivers and dwells with His people. In this series through the book of Exodus we will see how God always keeps His promises and always accomplishes His plan.


Stand-Alone Messages

Stand alone messages from pastors,elders, guest speakers, and missionaries.

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Small Things Big Difference

Too often we make big plans and major resolutions, and we find ourselves discouraged as we failed to keep them. It is often the small things that we do that no one sees that results in the big difference everyone wants. In this four-week series we will learn four small things we can do to become a generous servant living an intentional life.

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Come to Worship

Everything changed in a moment. When Jesus was born, He gave us the chance to be known, accepted, and forgiven. When we experience His love, we can’t help but Come to Worship. This four-week series teaches different ways to worship God including lifting your hands, bringing your gifts, pouring our your heart, and bowing before Him.


Stand: Stories of Courage

When we are pushed to our limit, we have a choice to make. Will we choose the path of least resistance or will we have the courage to take a Stand? In this five-week series we will learn about Daniel and five important points in his life when he stood for God. Covering everything from him being first captured as a boy to the lion's den to the fiery furnace, we will see Daniel and his friends Stand Out, Stand Up, Stand For, Stand In, and Stand Firm for God.


Blueprint: God's Design For The Church

We know that we do not just go to church, but we are the church. How do we live our lives in such a way where we encourage one another as we do life together, where we come to gather and make much of Jesus and as we spread out to serve our world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. In this series through the book of 1 Timothy we will ask and answer the question: How can we effectively be the church?


Stay Positive

Cynicism and negativity may be the easy choice, but they’re not the best choice. If you seek what’s good, you’ll see what’s good. Let’s embrace the way we’re created to think and Stay Positive. This six-week series we will learn to be grateful, confident, enthusiastic and more in spite of all the negativity we experience in this world.

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Walk This Way

The Gospel of Mark shows us that Jesus is the Servant-King who came and identified with sinful humanity as He served and suffered for us, but He is also the Son of God who is King. In this series as we go through the Gospel of Mark we learn how to walk as Jesus walked.


Tales of Ridiculous Faith

Elisha was bold, daring and had ridiculous faith. Through the life of Elisha we learn what will happen if we let go and decide to have ridiculous faith.


He Will Be Called

Isaiah prophecies 700 years before the birth of Christ during a time of turmoil and fear. In this series we will take a closer look at the different names of Jesus.