Each week, a thoughtful message is shared by our ministers. You can catch up on current and past sermon series below.
The church sets aside a season of repentance and spiritual reflection, examining our relationship with Christ.
We celebrate the baptism and ministry of Jesus, and recognize Jesus as the light of the world and the light of our lives.
During the 12 days of Christmas, we celebrate the birth of Jesus, the Christ, the Savior of the world.
Advent begins the Christian New Year and is a time we set aside to focus on Israel's longing and waiting for the promised messiah. Come, O Come, Emmanuel.
The season of Pentecost is all about celebrating the work of the Holy Spirit, and remembering how the Spirit empowered the apostles and the saints to do God's work in the world, and how we, too, are called by the Spirit to share the good news of Jesus Christ.
The 50-day season celebrating the fulfillment of God's promises through the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. He is risen! He is risen indeed!
During the season of Lent, we focus on our mortal existence and ways we can reconnect with God, and we also remember the sacrifice God made for us in Jesus Christ.
The Epiphany season begins on the last day of the Christmas celebration, remembering the visit of the wise persons to the baby Jesus. Throughout this time, we recognize and celebrate the Light of Christ in our lives and in the world.
During the 12 Days of Christmas, we celebrate the coming of Jesus: the Word of God made flesh. The celebration begins at the Nativity (Dec. 24) and ends with the visit of the wise persons who brought gifts for the newborn king (Jan. 6).
The season of Advent begins the Christian year, and is a season of longing and waiting for God's promised Messiah.
The season begins with the birthday of the Christian church on the festival day of Pentecost, and lasts well into the fall. During this time, we celebrate the work of the Holy Spirit as well as the apostles, the saints and other ancestors in the faith whose lives are an example for us to see how the Spirit is at work in the world and how we, too, are called by that same Spirit to serve God and neighbor.