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Sunday, July 7, 2024 – “Faith and Works”Scripture: Mark 6: 1-13 (NSRV)

“Faith without works is dead” is often a phrase taken from The Bible. It’s used to show that we have to have action, as well as faith to see God work. How can this be applied to the modern day? Let’s find out in today’s sermon!

Sunday, June 16, 2024 – “Three Simple Rules – Part II: Do Good”Scripture: Luke 10:25-37 (NSRV)

Three of John Wesley’s Rules for early methodists seem very simple on the outset: 1) Do No Harm, 2) Do Good, and 3) Stay in Love with God. But, when we have to put them into practice, it can be a more difficult exercise in our faith journey. What are some examples of this, and how can we strengthen ourselves to better follow these rules? Let’s find out in today’s sermon!

Sunday, June 9, 2024 – “Three Simple Rules – Part I: Do No Harm”Scripture: Matthew 5:38-48 (NSRV)

Three of John Wesley’s Rules for early methodists seem very simple on the outset: 1) Do No Harm, 2) Do Good, and 3) Stay in Love with God. But, when we have to put them into practice, it can be a more difficult exercise in our faith journey. What are some examples of this, and how can we strengthen ourselves to better follow these rules? Let’s find out in today’s sermon!

Sunday, June 2, 2024 – “The Gift of Sabbath”Scripture: Mark Ch. 2:23- Ch. 3:6 (NSRV)

What we do on Sundays has drastically changed over time. From the days of the Blue Laws, to it becoming a super busy time of getting things done, we have seen both extremes. But what is God’s purpose for this day? Let’s find out in today’s sermon!

Sunday, May 26, 2024 – “No Fear”Scripture: John 3 1-17 (NSRV)

To the people of that time, Jesus’s message seemed contradictory. The faith was very established in its ways then. But Jesus’s Message was not to create fear, but to create love. How is this so? Let’s find out in today’s sermon!

Sunday, May 19, 2024 – “That’s the Spirit”Scripture: John 15-26-27 & 16 4-15 (NSRV)

The Holy Spirit has been compared to a powerful wind, or a gentle breeze. But what does this mean for us, and how can we find solace during when the winds are more…powerful? Let’s find out in today’s sermon!

Sunday, May 12, 2024 – “What Are You Looking At?” – Scripture: Luke 24: 44-53 (NSRV)

What we look at impacts how we act, and what we do, changing how we respond. In regards to Jesus, what should we be looking at to honor him? Let’s find out in today’s sermon!

Sunday, May 5, 2024 – “Love, Love, Love”Scripture: John 15 9-17 (NSRV)

What does love mean, exactly? We use the word to describe a lot of different things. But, what is the deeper meaning of love that Jesus provides? Let’s Find out in today’s sermon!

Sunday, April 28, 2024 – “Encounters: Part V: Paul”Scripture: John 15: 1-8 (NSRV)

We end our sermon series “Encounters”, by focusing on Paul. Pastor Beth begins with a quote: “Never place a period, where God places a comma.” How can this be applied to our lives? Let’s find out in today’s sermon!

Sunday, April 21, 2024 – “Encounters: Part IV: Peter”Scripture: John 21:4-6 & 9-17 (NSRV)

We turn our focus this week to Peter, The Lord’s “Rock.” Peter felt shame after Jesus’s crucifixion, but the Lord still returned to him to show Peter his grace and forgiveness. Is this available to us? Let’s find out in today’s sermon!

Sunday, April 14, 2024 – “Encounters: Part III: Thomas”Scripture: John 20:19-31 (NSRV)

Thomas, the one labeled as a “doubter.” But he kinda gets a bad rap. He wasn’t the first one to doubt, AND, he was very willing to follow Jesus. How can we learn from him, and improve ourselves in our Christian walk? Let’s find out in today’s sermon!

Sunday April 7, 2024 – “Encounters: Part II: Emmaus”Scripture: Luke 24:13-35 (NSRV)

The Disciples were understandably worn out after Jesus’s crucifixion. But Jesus came to them on the Road to Emmaus to encourage them. Will he come to us to encourage us in our down times? Let’s find out in today’s sermon!

Sunday, March 31, 2024 – “Encounters: Part I: Mary Magdalene”Scripture: John 20:1-18 (NSRV)

Have you ever doubted the resurrection of Jesus? Can we find the truth in it through those individuals that were changed by being close to him? Le’s find out in the first part of our new sermon series: Encounters!

Sunday, March 24, 2024 – “The Passion: Story in Scripture and Song” (NSRV)

This week, we reflect on the road Jesus took from the Last Supper through the crucifixion.

Sunday, March 17, 2024 – “Glory”Scripture: John 12:20-33 (NSRV)

Man has ideas of what Glory is, but they were confused with Jesus’s idea of glory. What does he has about Glory, and how do we need to see both sides of his glory in order to understand him? Let’s find out in today’s sermon!

Sunday, March 10, 2024 – “What Are You Looking At?”Scripture: John 3:4-21 (NSRV)

“Like cures Like,” It was a concept practiced in the early days of medicine. But in our times of hardship, can Jesus’s experience on the cross provide a “Like cures Like,” experience in our lives? Let’s find out in today’s sermon!

Sunday, March 3, 2024 – “A Little Bit of Foolishness”Scripture: John 2:13-22 (NSRV)

Wisdon is in the eye of the beholder. But, when the world thinks of “what a savior looks like”, it often doesn’t jive with how we see Jesus. But when we truly see him, we see truly, “what a savior” is. What do we mean by this?
Let’s find out in today’s sermon!

Sunday, February 25, 2024 – “What Have You Got To Lose?”Scripture: Mark 8:31-38 (NSRV)

“What have you got to lose?” Is a saying we often causally uses in our lives. But when it comes to following Jesus, should we reconsider this saying with much heavier consequences?
Let’s find out in today’s sermon!

Sunday, February 18, 2024 – “Wait Until Your Father Gets Home!”Scripture: Mark 1:9-15 (NSRV)

People can often have different perceptions of God. Is God the strict disciplinarian we should constantly be afraid of? Is God the kind, loving figure in our lives? Is God a mix of the two?
Let’s find out in today’s sermon!

Sunday, February 11, 2024 – “What to Say”Scripture: Mark 9:2-9 (NSRV)

Sometimes, we are rendered speechless, like when we meet a celebrity, or when Peter saw Jesus with Moses and Eiljah on the mountaintop. Other times, it can come from tragedy. But in these moments, that can be where you can her the Lord most clearly. How so? Let’s find out in today’s sermon!

Sunday, February 4, 2024 – “On the Move”Scripture: Mark 1:29-39 (NSRV)

In our lives, we are often “On the Move,” being busy. Jesus and the Prophets were ALSO on the move spreading the gospel. How can we spread Jesus’s love in our “On the Move” lives? Let’s find out in today’s sermon!

Sunday, January 28, 2024 – “What Do You Expect?”Scripture – Mark 1:21-28 (NSRV)

Sometimes, when we go to church, we have “set” expectations, but expecting the presence of Christ can come in “unexpected” situations. How? Let’s find out in today’s sermon!

Sunday, January 21, 2024 – “It’s Not About The Fish”Scripture: Mark 1:14-20 (NSRV)

Pastor Glass’s sermon focuses on the story of Jonah. It’s often the whale, or large fish that receives the focus. But is that the real focus of the story?
What can we learn from the lessons God was teaching Jonah?
Let’s find out in today’s sermon!

Sunday, January 14, 2024 – “I’ve Heard You Calling”Scripture John 1:42-51 (NSRV)

We are often overwhelmed by the constant calls we receive in our lives. Though they come from cellphones now, in Biblical Times, they definitely had their distractions too. How can we learn from Samuel how to better hear from God? Let’s find out in today’s sermon!