On confirmation and Pentecost Sunday, the Holy Spirit enters the church and our lives.
The Bible isn't a book with a beginning and an ending. The Holy Spirit with us continues the story perpetually.
God lowers a sheet full of unclean animals to Peter to send a monumental message to him about the future of the church. Pastor Greg looks at this oft overlooked passage of Acts.
The most read Psalm has dark connotations for many. Pastor Greg looks at the meaning of a valley of shadow of death and the hold it has on us.
"Do you Love me? ... Then feed my sheep." Pastor Greg discusses the 21st chapter of John and Jesus' 3rd appearance to his disciples as an epilogue.
Pastor Lori Doyle shows how in the most difficult of times, service to one another is vital.
Stirring music from our choir and praise band along with brass accompaniment and an equally stirring message from Pastor Greg on this Easter Sunday.
The entire city of Jerusalem prepares the way for the Lord, while other prepare for his destruction. As Holy Week begins, we prepare ourselves for the final road to death and resurrection.
The 5th Sunday of Lent will lead into Holy Week. Pastor Greg prepares us, just as Jesus began to prepare his disciples.
Paul writes to the churches he started in Corinth as the early Christians have trouble seeing eye to eye. Pastor Lori talks about the need for reconciliation through hospitality in Jesus' image.