Painful Trials Through the sermon this week, Pastor Jim Renke will continue his series on The Way of Becoming.  Specifically, we’ll see how God engages us through the trials we face. From the story of Job, we will see God’s desire to make himself known and set us on a path of reorientation.  Let’s gather to worship around His table, through prayer, song and the Word. Let’s pray for him to lead us

  Disorientation - The Test We welcome you this Sunday as we worship the Lord together. Through song, prayer and the Word we will declare his praises and learn to lean into a greater obedience. In the message, Pastor Jim Renke will be preaching from Genesis 22, the test of Abraham. Often in the way of becoming, the Lord tests our faith so our life with him can go from being theoretical to real.

  Seasons of Orientation This morning, we worship the grace of God in giving us times of rest and hope. Let’s worship the Lord who is faithful through song, prayer and the Word. Pastor Jim Renke will lead us through Psalm 67 and we’ll thank God for new starts and new realizations of the journey ahead. General Announcements Trunk or Treat: we need YOU! Starting this Sunday, we have sign ups in the foyer to help

  The Invitation This Sunday, we will look at the invitations of Jesus to see that he has invited to walk on the road to becoming something special for his Kingdom.  He wants to equip us for the journey. As we begin this series, we will see how it is that God moves in our lives and calls us to a grand goal.  Let's gather to sing, pray, and worship our Lord through the

  Hope's Last Words This Sunday, we are finishing up our "Summer of Hope" series. From 1 Thessalonians 5:16-24, Pastor Jim Renke will share a way to live in and live toward the presence of Christ in our lives. We can include practices, depend on the Spirit, and desire transformation, all in anticipation of the new creation. General Announcements New Hour in the Word Class: How to Study the Bible - If you’ve ever wondered why some

  Community of Hope This Sunday, we are looking forward to celebrating the hope of our Lord in song, prayer and the Word. Pastor Jim Renke will be sharing a message from 1 Thessalonians 5:12-15 that reminds us of the unique community true hope produces. We pray you are encouraged to reach out to others and offer them your love and kindness because of Christ and because He’s coming back. General Announcements New Hour in the

  Hope Isn't Afraid The way we think about Christ’s coming, we are often moved to fear.  But hope in Christ leaves no room for fear. That while his coming could happen any moment, we are assured in Christ, we are assured a homecoming celebration. This Sunday, we will lift up the Lord in worship in anticipation of that wonderful day. Pastor Jim Renke will lead us in the Word, through 1 Thessalonians 5:1-11. General

  Hope's Reason As we worship this Sunday, Pastor Jim will lead us through 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18.  It’s one of the more debated passages of the New Testament.  And because of that, we often lose the most important reassurances we have in the coming of Christ. We hope you’ll come be encouraged as we worship and learn from the Lord who is coming for all who are in him. General Announcements New Hour in the Word

  A Hope-Filled Life This Sunday, we will enjoy the blessing of being together to worship the Lord. Pastor Casey Dwyer will lead us in the Word, from 1 Thessalonians 4:9-12. We will celebrate a God whose hope fills us with a quiet, peaceful confidence in a frantic world. General Announcements New Hour in the Word Class: How to Study the Bible - If you’ve ever wondered why some people love Bible study while others can’t get

  Hope and Holiness This Sunday, we will join together in worshiping a holy God who has given us hope in his Son, Jesus Christ. Pastor Casey Dwyer will share the Word from 1 Thessalonians 4:1-8. General Announcements New Hour in the Word Class: How to Study the Bible - If you’ve ever wondered why some people love Bible study while others can’t get connected, one big reason is that they’ve never been taught the basics of