Worship Services by Pastor Matthew Fleming

The Other Side (10:30 AM Blended) “Livin’ on a Prayer”

Text: John 17:20-26 We have seen in recent years the turmoil that can be caused by deep divisions in our nation and in our world. On “the other side” of this division is the unity that God brings us to through the power of his resurrection and through the Holy Spirit. Even as Christ prays for the unity of all of his people, so we are called to pray and to work for unity in the world.

The Other Side (9:00 AM Traditional) “Livin’ on a Prayer”

Text: John 17:20-26 We have seen in recent years the turmoil that can be caused by deep divisions in our nation and in our world. On “the other side” of this division is the unity that God brings us to through the power of his resurrection and through the Holy Spirit. Even as Christ prays for the unity of all of his people, so we are called to pray and to work for unity in the world.

“The Other Side” (Blended)

The risen Christ comes to us give us assurance that he has the power to forgive and to change things for the better. When the disciples’ attempts to bring in their daily catch of fish are failing, Jesus comes with the power of God’s blessing and they are told to cast their nets on “the other side” of the boat. The catch of 153 fish signifies that God’s love is for all of humanity as the number 153 represented the…

“The Other Side” (Traditional)

The risen Christ comes to us give us assurance that he has the power to forgive and to change things for the better. When the disciples’ attempts to bring in their daily catch of fish are failing, Jesus comes with the power of God’s blessing and they are told to cast their nets on “the other side” of the boat. The catch of 153 fish signifies that God’s love is for all of humanity as the number 153 represented the…

Good Friday Worship (7:00 PM) “The Seven Last Words”

“The Seven Last Words”—where the story is primarily told through music as the Canticle Choir and a professional orchestra perform the soul-stirring music of Michael John Trotta. Our pastors provide context through devotional reflections and we experience the holding of the cross as a worshipping community together. Bring a friend and join us for this powerful service of music and reflection.

“Uncertainty” (10:30 Blended)

Text: John 11:17-27 What are the things that “rattle” us the most in our lives? In our series so far, we have examined fear, doubt and over-commitment. This Sunday, we look at uncertainty and we find ourselves being able to relate with Mary and Martha who are distraught over the death of their brother Lazarus: “Lord, if you have had been here…” How does Jesus respond to them and to us in our times of uncertainty? How is God bringing…

“Uncertainty” (9:00 AM Traditional)

Text: John 11:17-27 What are the things that “rattle” us the most in our lives? In our series so far, we have examined fear, doubt and over-commitment. This Sunday, we look at uncertainty and we find ourselves being able to relate with Mary and Martha who are distraught over the death of their brother Lazarus: “Lord, if you have had been here…” How does Jesus respond to them and to us in our times of uncertainty? How is God bringing…

Lent | Worship “God leads us”

Text: Psalm 23:3 God provides leadership for us that is trustworthy and true. So how then can we learn to let go of our need to set our own course and trust in God’s unfailing leadership? What does it mean to follow right paths for his name’s sake?

“Feeding Our Souls” (10:30 AM Blended)

Text: Matthew 11:28-30 Throughout this series, we have focused thus far on our thoughts, our hearts, and our relationships.  Now we turn to turn to Jesus’ promise that “all who are weary and burdened” (and who isn’t?) will find rest for our souls in him.  How is Jesus, the Bread of Life, feeding our souls and bringing about this rest for us and is it perhaps right in front of us in ways that we fail to recognize?

“Feeding Our Souls” (9:00 AM Traditional)

Text: Matthew 11:28-30 Throughout this series, we have focused thus far on our thoughts, our hearts, and our relationships. Now we turn to turn to Jesus’ promise that “all who are weary and burdened” (and who isn’t?) will find rest for our souls in him. How is Jesus, the Bread of Life, feeding our souls and bringing about this rest for us and is it perhaps right in front of us in ways that we fail to recognize?

“For Restoration” (10:30 AM Blended)

Text: Revelation 21:1-5 Our lives sometimes take us to places that feel like dead ends but God is a God who is always bringing us good news and new beginnings: “See how I am making all things new.” God isn’t finished with creation yet and his mercies are new for us each day. How does our Christian faith give us a lens to see how God is at work around us?
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