Sermons are about 30-40 minutes long (time counter may incorrectly show they are longer).
We post sermons when someone is available to record them, but there may be some gaps. You'll have to come in person if you don't want to miss anything! ;)
In The Heart of God
The book of Ephesians beautifully reveals what’s in the heart of God. In the heart of God we find: identity, purpose, destiny, power, and authority. The book of Ephesians invites us to find our true identity and purpose. Ephesians tells us that we’ve “been blessed with every spiritual blessing in Christ." We have a unique status, significance, and stability with Christ!
Emotionally Healthy Church
Inspired by the book Emotionally Healthy Spirituality by Peter Scazzero, Pastor Troy has been significantly influenced by these ideas in the founding and ongoing trajectory of our church.
Why We Sing
God made us to create music with our voices. What does that say about us? What does it say about God?
From the artist: We not only sing in worship for joy, but also when our hearts ache, when we don't understand, when we are crying out to God for his love, his answers, his care.
Easter is a 7 week season where the church celebrates the Resurrection of our Lord Jesus. Being a follower of Jesus means that we too have experienced (and continue to experience) resurrection in our lives. This resurrection is taking place everywhere in the life of the follower of Jesus.
Sin is Everywhere
Lent is a 40-day season where the church remembers the Lord’s suffering and sacrificial atonement for our sin. Sin has affected every area of our lives, world history, and culture. Sin has given us scars, burns, chaos, and trauma.
This sculpture is called Anti-Mass by Cornelia Parker. The wood is black pieces of wood from an African American church in Birmingham, AL that was burned by arson. This installation depicts the effects of sin on our lives, history, and culture. Sin dismembers us. Sin burns us. Sin separates us.
Verses of the Year
From the artist: When I think of verses that give me a strong foundation, that are a jumping-off point for my faith walk, I think of God as a place of security and refuge from which we fly with confidence into the unknown future, even though we remain vulnerable.