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Upcoming Events

First Wednesday of the month at 6pm
Family Night

Bring your family and have dinner with us, laugh together, and enjoy a short yet thoughtful devotional from Ecclesiastes. Family Night takes place on the first Wednesday of the month March-May.

  • Wednesday, March 6 at 6pm
  • Wednesday, April 3 at 6pm
  • Wednesday, May 1 at 6pm
Thursdays at 9 AM
Men's Bible Study

All men are invited to gather on Thursday mornings at 10am. In addition to fellowship and prayer, this group is currently doing a study on End Times. 
A light bagel breakfast is provided.

Every Other Monday at 7pm
Women's Bible Study: Monday Nights

In this 7-session study on the Book of Haggai, learn to walk confidently in your calling and courageously trust God for results you may never see in this lifetime. This study begins February 26 and takes place every other Monday. All women are invited!

Wednesdays at 10am
Women's Bible Study: Wednesday Morning

God wants more for us than mere survival. He extends promises to meet you when you are at the end of your rope. If you are ready to invite the power and presence of God into your darkest moments, then this study is for you.

What is the Gospel?

Follow the link below to answer the question, “What is the gospel?” This is a summary of a true story, but it’s not just another story–it is the story. This story defines us all. It makes us think about who we are and who we can become.

Last week's sermon

Jesus concludes his sermon on the plain (Luke 6:17-49) with two poignant illustrations: two trees and two foundations.

The fruit of a tree reveals the root — its nature (verses 43-45). It’s the same with hearts. The heart produces fruit after its true inner nature. Houses reinforce the point further. The foundation is what matters most, not the above ground appearance. Similar to fruit, which can help identify the nature of a person’s heart, the storm (verses 46-49) ultimately reveals the eternal stability of a life. The reason you often cannot tell the difference between true faith from a false profession is that the deep foundations of people’s lives are often hidden from view. The storm, that will eventually come upon every life, will reveal what sort of spiritual house we have.

The Sermon on the Plain is not meant to serve as an ethical manual as a pathway to God’s grace. It’s an ethical reversal to expose the foundation of our life and lead us to salvation in the gospel of God’s grace alone.

Two Trees; Two Foundations
April 07, 2024