December 24, 2017 | Christmas Eve AM Service Introduction Doug Wilson. I have often said that nativity sets should include a set of Herod’s soldiers—that is as much a part of the Christmas story as the shepherds, or the star, or the wise men. These traditional figures all glorified Christ in His coming, but the […]CONTINUE READING
December 25, 2016 | Advent Message 2 | Matthew 2:1-6, Micah 5:1-2 Introduction “What a humble birth! It is as though Christ slipped into the world—no fanfare, no king’s palace, no silk-lined cradle. Just humble swaddling clothes and a manger with straw for a bed! From Rome, Caesar spoke and the world obeyed, yet for […]CONTINUE READING
December 11, 2016 | Advent Message 1 | Colossians 1:15-17 Christ is still relevant for today. In the technologically advanced world in which we live, people often struggle to see scripture and Christ as relevant. As a child once asked, “If Jesus came back today, would He understand computers?” While the child very well may […]CONTINUE READING AUDIO VERSION AVAILABLE!
English Hymn O come, O come, Immanuel, and ransom captive Israel  that mourns in lonely exile here  until the Son of God appear.  Immanuel in Scripture: Isaiah 7:14 (ESV) Therefore the Lord himself will give you a sign. Behold, the virgin shall conceive and bear a son, and shall call his name […]CONTINUE READING
Latin Translation: O Root of Jesse, standing as a sign among the peoples; before you kings will shut their mouths, to you the nations will make their prayer: Come and deliver us, and delay no longer. English Hymn Verse: O come, O Branch of Jesse’s stem, unto your own and rescue them! From depths of […]CONTINUE READING
The title of our Advent series this year is “O Come, O Come Emmanuel.” This beloved Advent hymn finds its’ origins early in the life of the church. Its lyrics come from the Advent events of the medieval Christian church. Each night, for seven days before Christmas, the church would sing one of the “Great […]CONTINUE READING
Sermon Downloads Speaker: Andy Wredberg Passage: John 12:23-28 Purpose Statement: When we die to sin, we will see both vertical (towards God) and horizontal (towards others) benefits. Jesus’ Death brings . . . Glory to the Father Redemption and empowerment to His people Reward Our Death to sin brings . . . Glory to the Father Edification and […]CONTINUE READING AUDIO VERSION AVAILABLE!
Sermon Downloads We began this Sunday an Advent study into different reasons for Jesus coming. The first purpose we will look at is that Jesus came to offer abundant life. Purpose Statement: You will experience abundant life as you trust in Christ, the Good Shepherd. Passage: John 10:1-18 To better understand the abundant life spoken of in […]CONTINUE READING AUDIO VERSION AVAILABLE!