Mark 3:20-35 – June 6, 2021

Text: Mark 3:20-35In Mark Chapter 3, we have the story of Jesus being surrounded by many different people who believe many different things about him. To those who are follow and believe that God has an interest and a plan for us, Jesus says, “this is my family.”

Different Than Expected – May 23, 2021

“Different Than Expected”Text: Acts 2:1-24, 37-39On this Pentecost Sunday, we look at the account of the Disciples receiving the Holy Spirit from the book of Acts. The Holy Spirit is a gift to us to be able to tell others about what Jesus has done.

Growing in Love – May 9, 2021

“Growing in Love”Text: John 15:9-17What does it mean to love each other? What happens when another person is different than we are? How do we overcome our differences? We are called to love one another based off the unconditional love God has for them, and for us.

John 10:11-18 – April 25, 2021

Text: John 10:11-18This sermon references a YouTube video, which can be found here:, we look at the passage of the Gospel of John where Jesus calls Himself the Good Shepherd. This imagery reveals how gracious God is, to lay down His life for us. If you are finding yourself in a spot where God…

John 20:19-31 – April 11, 2021

Text: John 20:19-31The resurrection of Jesus and the grace of God is not just for those who are put together or are “clean” – it is also for those of us who are “unclean” – who fall sometimes short. As we have received God’s Holy Spirit, so to can we extend the forgiveness to others,…

Mark 11:1-11 – March 28, 2-21

Mark 11:1-11There are plenty of authorities which try to claim lordship and power in our lives – our sins and temptations among them. We also have opportunities to welcome Jesus as Lord into our lives. When we do, just as the crowd laid down their cloaks and palms, welcoming Jesus into Jerusalem and their lives,…

Seeing Grace in the Crucifixion – March 14, 2021

“Seeing Grace in the Crucifixion”Text: John 3:14-21Jesus Christ is the remedy for the sins and effects of sin that affect us. He provides forgiveness, giving us release from our guilt, and He also provides His Holy Spirit, which provides the strength and resolve to stay committed to God.

Mark 8:31-38 – February 28, 2021

Text: Mark 8:31-38The power of God is found in the One who was crucified and the One who willingly suffers on our behalf. This means that the power of God is not just found in Jesus’ ability to overcome what is wrong in this world, but His power to be with us through it as…

Mark 9:2-12 – February 14, 2021

Text: Mark 9:2-12Jesus’ transfiguration in front of the disciples comes at a time not long after He told them that He would have to die and be raised again. This shows us that the power of God is not just found in mountain-top experiences or exhibitions of power. It also comes in the moments of…

Who is Our Teacher? – January 31, 2021

“Who is Our Teacher?”Text: Mark 1:21-28When Jesus began teaching in the synagogues, He was described as “teaching with authority.” When we allow Him to be our teacher, we receive the authority to extend compassion, grace and love and to help people through their struggles.