Sermon: It’s Good, Lord, to be Here (Mark 9) (2/11/24)

February 13th, 2024|

Pastor Matt teaches us about the power of the Transfiguration event.  Peter said some pretty wild things, but one thing he got so correct was his statement, "It is good, Lord, to be here!"  Indeed it is!  To be in God's presence should be terrifying, but in Christ, it is so good!

Sermon: The Consolation of Israel (Luke 2) (12/31/23)

January 8th, 2024|

Pastor Sam helps us undertand a very touching moment in Scripture where and Old man (Simeon) gets to meet the Messiah he was promised he would meet before he dies.  You can hear the joy and hope in his voice and he holds the 8 day old Jesus and prophetically proclaims what this baby will grow up to do!  It was his consolation years ago, and it is ours today!

Sermon: Christmas Eve – Glory and Peace (12/24/23)

December 27th, 2023|

Pastor Matt teaches us that the desire of God's heart is to be with us and for us to be with Him!  He makes this possible in the birth of Jesus and we see that God did the most amazing thing to be with us.  And because of the death and resurrection of Jesus, we will be with Him forever!

Sermon: Impossible Made Possible (12/24/23)

December 27th, 2023|

Pastor Sam leads us through the interaction between the Angel Gabriel and Mary as he tells her that she will be the mother of the long awaited Messiah.  As Mary trusts God to the the impossible, bring about a child in a virgin mother, we are encouraged that God can do the impossible in our lives, redeem sinners and make us part of God's family!

Sermon: Turn Around! (Mark 1) (12/10/23)

December 11th, 2023|

Pastor Matt takes us to the beginning of Mark 1 where we meet up with John the Baptist.  We read that John was "proclaiming a baptism of repentance for the forgiveness of sins."  What does "repentance mean?"  It means to turn around.  Not just to turn from our sin, but to turn to see Jesus!  Listen and learn what this means for us!

Sermon: The End of All Endings (Matthew 25) (11/26/23

November 26th, 2023|

Pastor Matt wraps up the church year and our three parables from Matthew 25 by taking us through the Parable of the Sheep and the Goats.  This passage us unforgettable and can be more than a little disturbing!  But if we look carefully, we find that there is a lot of grace in these words that Jesus shares.  We should end up full of hope rather than despair when we read this parable!