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Feeling confined right now? Paul’s letter to the Philippians was written while he was in the ultimate confinement, prison. His letter to the early church helps us understand that even…
The first chapter of Genesis teaches us that we are created by Community for community, that we are all created in the image of God, and that we are created…
We’re in a time when haircuts and dress pants are no longer priorities. We’ve discovered that toilet paper and staying six feet from people are much more important. During this…
We all recognize that we need a little more patience in our lives. The Israelites lost patience in the wilderness because they had unrealistic expectations and misconceptions about God. They…

Remember and Believe

April 12, 2020
Easter has never been contingent on our ideal situation. In fact, Easter finds even more significance and meaning when the conditions are bleak. Join us as we remember the life,…

The Unseen Ways of God

April 5, 2020
In the Gospel of the Unseen, we are reminded that Jesus continually sees those who are often unseen. In our message for Palm Sunday, Jesus helps us see the ways…

The Blind Beggar

March 29, 2020
The story of the blind beggar reminds us that when we are feeling down and out, the first step is to cry out to Jesus for mercy. Mercy might look…
Lay Leader Stephen Greenwade continues our worship series “Gospel of the Unseen” by talking about exorcising our own “demons” during these trying times.
Rev. Evey McKellar reminds us with the story of the sinful woman anointing Jesus' feet with her tears, that Jesus always had compassion for those who the world did not…
The disabled and the sick were often the unseen people in Jesus’s time. Perhaps they are today as well. In healing the disabled and the sick, Jesus not only showed…