Worship Services by Pastor Matthew Fleming

“Hope” (10:30 AM Blended)

Text: Isaiah 64:1-9 When we light a candle, we say “no” to the darkness: this is the essence of hope. The prophet Isaiah and John the Baptist both remind us in their own way that God will rend the heavens and come down to us and that he comes to be the very Light of the World for all of us who need real hope.

“Hope” (9:00 AM Traditional)

Text: Isaiah 64:1-9 When we light a candle, we say “no” to the darkness: this is the essence of hope. The prophet Isaiah and John the Baptist both remind us in their own way that God will rend the heavens and come down to us and that he comes to be the very Light of the World for all of us who need real hope.

In One Sermon | The Old Testament (10:30 Blended)

Text: Psalm 78:1-4 From the story of creation to the story of Moses and the Israelites, the Old Testament is filled with the wondrous stories that shape us as people of faith from early childhood on. Come and get a bird’s eye view of the Old Testament and discover how God’s grace is not limited to the Gospel stories of the New Testament!

In One Sermon | The Old Testament (9:00 AM Traditional)

Text: Psalm 78:1-4 From the story of creation to the story of Moses and the Israelites, the Old Testament is filled with the wondrous stories that shape us as people of faith from early childhood on. Come and get a bird’s eye view of the Old Testament and discover how God’s grace is not limited to the Gospel stories of the New Testament!

Community (10:30 AM)

What’s the Point: Community Text: Acts 2:42-47 In a time when so many people are experiencing such profound divisions, loneliness, and isolation, God’s gift of community is needed more than ever.  The story of the early church paints a compelling picture of what “doing life” together can look like and reinforces the need for a deeper experience of community that is so elusive today as social media gives a false sense of community in many ways.

Community (9:00 AM)

What’s the Point: Community Text: Acts 2:42-47 In a time when so many people are experiencing such profound divisions, loneliness, and isolation, God’s gift of community is needed more than ever.  The story of the early church paints a compelling picture of what “doing life” together can look like and reinforces the need for a deeper experience of community that is so elusive today as social media gives a false sense of community in many ways.