All sermons

Title Speaker Date Series
Elders (Qualifications) 2017-05-14 Elders and Deacons
The Spirit of God in the Story of the Bible (Part 3) 2017-05-07 Spirit of God
The Spirit of God in the Story of the Bible (Part 2) 2017-04-30 Spirit of God
The Spirit of God in the Story of the Bible (Part 1) 2017-04-23 Spirit of God
A Lesson About Jesus 2017-04-16 General
Change 2017-04-09 General
Race Empathy and the Bible 2017-04-02 General
Turning to God 2017-04-02 General
Bible Study (Chris Sinclair) 2017-04-02 General
The Story of Jesus Continues... 2017-03-26 Follow Me
Who Fed the 5,000? 2017-03-19 Follow Me
Repentance Means Change 2017-03-12 Follow Me
Who Will Love Him More? 2017-03-05 Follow Me
Lord Teach Us to Pray 2017-02-26 Follow Me
Social Circles, Grace, and the Gospel 2017-02-19 Follow Me
One Thing Is Necessary 2017-02-12 Follow Me
Unstoppable Force 2017-02-05 Follow Me
The Early Church 2017-01-29 Follow Me
Jesus Talked People Out of Following 2017-01-22 Follow Me
Hear and Do 2017-01-15 Follow Me


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Study The Word With Us

Our aim by studying God's word is to better know God and His son, Jesus the Christ, that we might hear the words of eternal life (John 17:3; Philippians 3:10-11; John 6:68) and glorify our Father in heaven. We have adult age classes that typically run one semester in length. We meet at our building location on Sundays (9:30 AM) before worship service and on Wednesday nights (7:00 PM). Please see the location page for class locations. At these same times we also conduct classes of all ages for very young children through high-school age that we might tell the riches of His grace with all.

2013 Fall Studies

Gospel of John - main building (upstairs)

The Revelation of God To John - main building (downstairs)

Somewhat ironically, apocalyptic scriptures, such as Revelation, are often considered mysterious and difficult to understand. The irony in this comes from the fact that 'apocalypse' (in Greek) literally means a disclosure or uncovering of knowledge. This type of writing is meant to reveal truths, not conceal or confuse them. The aim of this study is to build on the foundations laid in previous studies of Isaiah, Jeremiah, and particularly Ezekiel to help remove the mystery that surrounds apocalyptic scripture in Daniel, the gospels, and primarily in Revelation. In so doing, participants will see the primary message of these texts: God is always victorious, and those who are on his side will share in victory.


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