Faith is best formed when we're together.
One part traditional, one part informal, all ages will find something meaningful in worship as we encounter the living God.
We’re excited to have the families of Northbrook lead worship on the first Sunday of each month. Northbrook member Steve Taylor will help us with music and our LOGOS friends will guide us through other parts of the service. You won’t want to miss this special monthly service: led by our young people, for all God’s people.
Join us as we read Chapter 14 of The Story.
The season of Advent - waiting and preparing for the birth of Jesus Christ - begins this Sunday, Dec 3. It’s a wonderful season… and also a challenging one, as we hold onto the promise of Christ’s coming into the brokenness of our world.
In Chapter 13 of The Story, we learn about King Solomon and all the ways Israel flourished under his rule. He sought wisdom and expanded connections with the nations around him. At the same time, he struggled to stay true to the essence of faithfulness as he engaged the broader culture.
This Sunday in Chapter 12 of The Story, we will discover how the consequences of David’s failures ripple out into the future. His honest repentance allows him to experience the wonder of forgiveness. And, he deals with the consequences of his actions for the rest of his life. Thankfully, God does not give up on David. And, God does not give up on us. Let us give thanks to the Lord our God!
Not unlike us today, Israel’s relationship with politics was - well - fraught. Thankfully, a new king arose named David, who was known as a “man after God’s own heart.” In the midst of the battles and all kinds of struggles, David returned again and again to God. I hope you can join us this Sunday as we learn more about David, and what he means to us today, as we explore Chapter 11 of The Story.