If you like food, you’re going to love the worship service this weekend. We’re looking at Jesus’ story of The Great Banquet.
This weekend in worship we turn to another of Jesus’ parables: The Laborers in the Vineyard—a story of radically unfair grace!
This week we look at a compelling parable about prayer and what it says about the character of God.
New series: Cross Stories—The Parables of Jesus. Up first: Jesus’ most famous story, but the second half of it which is often ignored. We’ll look at birth order, Jesus, and your identity in Christ.
We celebrate the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday through the words of some of our Iconic African American Leaders. Pastor Kathleen and I are joined by two of our colleagues for a message of hope and inspiration.
We follow the Star to Bethlehem as we celebrate Epiphany: The celebration of the journey of the stargazers to find the True Light of the World.
We’re going to kick off 2021 by looking at how to Hit the Reset Button. This won’t be your normal, guilt-based, get your act together, message. God has something disruptively transforming in store for you this year.
Join us as we close out the year 2020 with Pastor Tim’s traditional reading of “The Three Trees” by Angela Elwell Hunt, Illustrations by Tim Jonke. Plus, we will enjoy some wonderful Christmas music as we close out this holiday season!
Christmas Eve Sermon live from Community of Grace
Pastor Kathleen will be reading the Book “A Child Is Born” by Margaret Wise Brown, Illustrations by Floyd Cooper