Pentecost 2020

On the day of Pentecost, the Holy Spirit animated the church with language and vision. In worship together, we'll listen for how the wind of the Holy Spirit is animating the church today.

It is called the "Great Commission" but what makes it great? Is it that the last words of Jesus are great? Is it that it is a really good task? Is it that it is wide in breadth? Is it that it is difficult? What makes this commission so great? Perhaps it is great because of what it requires - conversion.

When Peter talks to the risen Christ, he is asked three times about his love. Is Christ challenging Peter, or extending him grace?

In this text we witness what would seem like another miracle from Jesus. The disciples catch more fish than they can imagine, and what happens after this miracle? They eat breakfast with Jesus on the beach. Sometimes Jesus is simply calling us to just be in the presence of his miracles and take it all in. Where is Jesus calling you to simply ‘be’ in your life today?

On the road to Emmaus, the disciples encountered Christ, not through conversation, but through the breaking of the bread. What does it mean for us to have a wordless encounter with the Word of God? In online worship we will celebrate Holy Communion. You are invited to have bread and juice prepared at home to join in the celebration.

This week, we will hear the story of Thomas’ encounter with the risen Christ and wrestle with the doubt in our own hearts.

Easter is not just one Sunday, it is a season! After Jesus’ resurrection, he appeared multiple times to his disciples, who were still living in fear and trying to make sense of life emerging from death. During the Easter season we will explore the stories of Jesus’ appearances and travel with the disciples as we too try to understand what resurrection means for us today.

Easter 2020 11am

On Easter we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ and the enduring truth that goodness is stronger than evil and love is stronger than hate!

Easter 2020 930am

On Easter we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ and the enduring truth that goodness is stronger than evil and love is stronger than hate!

Good Friday 2020

Our Good Friday service focuses on the seven last words of Christ. This service leans heavily on art and music to help us enter into the passion of Christ. Seven candles will be extinguished throughout the service. You can participate by preparing seven candles in your home that you can extinguish as you worship with us.

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