The Liturgy of Politics
This four-week series, explores the way Christian worship shapes the holistic lives of the people of God. While we are all shaped by the political forces in our lives, we are also powerfully shaped by the habits and practices of the church. The church has powerful resources for addressing the power of political idolatry. The way forward may not require an entirely new strategy but a return to the historic practices of the global church.
Thanks & Giving
This two-week Thanksgiving series addresses how we can develop the practice of gratitude and thanksgiving to God, which in turn leads to a life of generosity. Thankfulness is not an occasional act but a lifestyle of intentional and spontaneous appreciation that leads us into the presence of God, empowers us to be grateful in all circumstances, and generates an overflow of generosity.
Heaven and Nature Sing
This three-week series looks at the Christmas story from the songs sung in the Gospels before, during, and after Jesus’s birth. These songs reveal the songwriters’ heart for the Messiah, the hope of the world; they will warm your heart, stir your soul, and challenge your worship.
This sermon series urges us away from projecting a filtered and curated version of our lives and our faith journeys. Whether it’s from the fear of others, the shame of our shortcomings, or the fear of facing the truth, living through a false self can cripple our spiritual growth.