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Let Your Hands Be Strong

A Call to Spiritual Renewal from Haggai and Zechariah

Spring 2023

When life deals us setbacks, we are tempted to slouch in discouragement, nurse nostalgia for times past and yawn at the calling of God. But when the nation of Israel faced this temptation after their return from exile, God’s messengers Haggai and Zechariah spoke a word of challenge and hope from the Lord: “Let your hands be strong.” In response, God’s people were roused to Spirit-filled action, renewing their worship, rebuilding the temple and shining as a spiritual beacon to the nations around them.

Join us for Let Your Hands be Strong: A Call to Spiritual Renewal from Haggai and Zechariah. This Epiphany and Lent, we will give these prophets a fresh listen, that our hands might be strengthened to seek the will of Jesus Christ in our worship, witness, vocations and personal lives. God’s call is alive and well; so let our hands be strong.

No Future Without Forgiveness

Giving and Receiving the Gift of Freedom

Fall 2022

Everything That Has Breath

Psalms of Praise from People of Earth

Summer 2022

Hope of Glory

Eastertide 2022

Lent 2022

Revealing the Treasures of Christ

Epiphany 2022

Each year in the season of Epiphany, the Church devotes two months to highlighting the glory of Jesus Christ. Why? In the words of one author, “We become what we give our attention to, for better or worse” (John Mark Comer). The things and people we watch, read, and engage with will shape us – whether positively or negatively – and the glory of Jesus Christ is the most beautiful, true and good reality in the world. He is worth our attention and adoration.
Listen to “Revealing the Treasures of Christ,” a sermon series through the letter of Colossians. This letter of Holy Scripture explores how Christ’s glory is unrepeatable, supreme and the key to human flourishing. As we seek after the treasures of Christ, we become free of lies and demands that would distort our souls. As we “set our minds on things above,” we grow in maturity and in our capacity to love the people closest to us. 

Take Heart

The Words of Jesus to the Wounded & Weary

Fall 2021

We can’t always avoid pain and chaos in this world. Trouble comes our way – often without warning – and leaves us hurting and confused. Into this world, Jesus has come, speaking words that not only encourage, but also offer real peace, healing and confidence.

“Take Heart” is an 11-week series from the Gospel of Matthew that captures words and stories about Jesus bringing hope to people who were suffering, searching and distressed.

Let us hear these words afresh and take heart

Summer 2021 Series

Growing Up Sacramental

Participating in Christ, from Birth to Death

Spring 2021

After a year like 2020, many of us are hungry for renewal. We want good news and healing from Jesus, but our days feel bland and disconnected. How can we connect the dots between the abundant life of Jesus and our own broken, tired and overly-digitized lives?

Growing Up Sacramental is an interactive teaching series about the grace of Jesus working its way into every stage of our lives, from our infancy to our deathbed. Together, we’ll learn how to recover our life in Christ through humble rituals, tangible practices and liturgies of grace and healing, so that our sufferings can be redeemed and our joy can be shared.

In this series, we’ll discover the grace of God in every nook and cranny of our lives; we’ll taste and see how the life of Jesus Christ – God in the flesh – brings life, flavor and meaning to our homes, jobs, sufferings, love lives, parties, parenting, and ordinary mornings and evenings. As we recover our soul and remember our calling, we will turn outward in the strength of Christ’s church to push back the darkness with sacramental art, justice and gospel witn

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