Faith is best formed when we're together.
Join us on the back patio (unless weather forces us indoors to the sanctuary) for a time of thoughtful teaching, engaging music, and prayer.
One part traditional, one part informal, all ages will find something meaningful in worship as we encounter the living God.
Ever feel like you are carrying too much? How are you doing with delegating? You may be surprised at how sharing your burdens can actually empower others. This Sunday, we’ll explore the story of when Moses gets some really useful advice from an unexpected source: his father-in-law. Hope you can join us Sunday - online or in person - as we explore Exodus 18:10-27.
“Denial… it ain’t just a river in Egypt.” That may be a crude way of saying it, but the truth is, we could all use a little help in getting honest with ourselves. This Sunday, Guest Pastor Jasmine Smart will invite us to do just that as we explore Hebrews 4:12-16. Thankfully, grace abounds. “Let us therefore approach the throne of grace with boldness, so that we may receive mercy and find grace to help in time of need.”
If it wasn’t already a stretch to trust that God will get you where you need to go, this Sunday, you’ll be challenged to trust that God will provide for you along the way. Thankfully, there’s a wonderful story of God’s provision for the children of Israel as they travelled through the wilderness. We are going to read that story in Exodus 16. The whole thing. It might help to read it ahead of time. It will definitely help to have your Bible with you during worship - whether you’re in person with us or online - as we explore the text together.
How’s this for a clear leadership model? A cloud. We often say we want to follow God’s lead. But, what if God’s leadership is a bit less clear than we’d like? Join us as we explore Exodus 13:17-22. In the story, God’s people have been set free and are ready to follow God’s lead. But, not only does God lead them in the form of a cloud, God takes the people down a harder - and longer - path. Yet, God is very-much present. And, God does, indeed lead. Let’s learn how to follow together.
On Sunday, we’re going to read part of God’s liberating story in Exodus 12:21-28. This Passover - setting God’s people free from oppression in Egypt - is not only dramatic… it’s downright traumatic. Yet, God’s people are set free. And, they are commanded to remember and retell this story. How do you remember - and retell - how God has liberated you?
It’s busy around here as we find ways to show up to God and each other. Something powerful happens when we show up, open to what might be revealed. This Sunday, we’ll explore what happens when God shows up in Exodus 3:1-15. The truth is, God is showing up all the time (though often in less dramatic ways). Are you paying attention to the holy ground all around you?