Part 8- “My (Gracious) Home.”


Join us as we talk about the single greatest gift we can give our kids as parents, as well as to our spouses, family members, or others that we have relationship with in our lives.

How to Hope in Jesus


How do we have hope in Jesus in the midst of disappointment and suffering in the world? We look to the book of Philippians for answers.

How Should Christians Engage in Politics


Join us as we study Psalm 2 and Acts 4:23-31 to understand how Christians should engage with politics. 

Part 7 – “My (Chaotic) Home.”


What does the Bible give us to help navigate chaos in our home, our jobs, our lives? Pastor Evan Snyder preaches this morning in Psalm 127 and presents God's Word, so that you may be encouraged by what God has to say about navigating chaos.

Part 6 – “My (Neighbor’s) Home.”


How can we become more outward focused, and display true love of neighbor in the midst of a pandemic? Pastor Nick Jones presses in on this topic.

Part 5 – “My (Lonely) Home.”


Feeling Lonely? Pastor Allan McCullough continues in the series 'My _____ Home' where he breaks down what many of us are feeling in 2020. Listen now to hear what God has to say about it. And how YOU can rest what you're feeling in His hands.

Part 4 – “My (Unromantic) Home.”


We continue our current series with this message entitled “My (Unromantic) Home”. Join us this morning as we study Isaiah 61:10 and Revelation 19:6-8 to understand God's vision for your marriage.

Part 3 – “My Office (and church… and school… and home) Home.”


We continue our current series with this message entitled “My (Office, Church, School) Home”. Join us as we look at what God has to say about everything in our lives going virtual versus the importance and necessity of the gathered nature of the church.

Part 2 – “My (Tense) Home.”


We continue our current series with this message entitled “My (Tense) Home”. Do you ever feel like you’re walking on eggshells in your home? Is the tension rising in the relationships in your home? Join us as we look to James 3:1-12 to learn how we have the power to either tear down or build up our relationships in life.