Discovering the difference Jesus makes in all of life
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Current sermon series: November 29-December 20
The word advent literally means “coming.” The season of Advent is an opportunity for us to consider and to celebrate together the ‘comings’ of Jesus.
On the one hand, we reflect upon His first coming. We consider how the Old Testament prophets predicted His coming long before He came. We celebrate how He came, why He came, and what His coming means for us.
On the other hand, we also take time to focus our faith upon the promise and inevitability of Jesus’ return a second time to finish His work of making all thing new. His life as a ransom to secure our salvation through his life, death, and resurrection (Mark 10:45). But when He comes again, He promises to return as the conquering King to settle our salvation once and for all.
As we reflect upon the two ‘comings’ of our King, we will find our lives adorned with humility and hope in the here and now. Want the corresponding FREE daily Advent Devotional?
We believe our souls need the refreshment and the encouragement that uniquely comes as we worship Jesus together. By connecting to Christ and to one another, we are strengthened to show compassionate concern for those around us.
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One church, three expressions
A church is not a place but a people in whom Jesus’ grace finds expression. We have the joy of seeing Jesus express His grace in three unique locations.
What we value
Jesus leverages ordinary moments for extraordinary purposes. So, we value turning our tables into places of grace, community, and mission.
Jesus came not to be served but to serve. So, we value serving one another as well as our neighbors both near and far.
Our deepest wounds are worship wounds. So, we value the gospel’s ability to bring healing to the deep places of our lives.
Life is hard and can be discouraging. So, we value honoring, encouraging, and celebrating evidences of grace in one another’s lives.
Blogs, updates and resources
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Processing the current civil unrest, country-wide protests, and racial injustice? In this 9-minute clip, Pastor Andrew Arthur speaks to the church about the current times and questions. God resists the proud but gives grace to the humble. 1 Peter 5:5 By refusing to...