Each week, a thoughtful message is shared by our ministers. You can catch up on current and past sermon series below.
Reflecting on the birth of the Christian church, the work of the Holy Spirit and our journey as disciples.
A 40 day season of repentance and spiritual reflection, seeking out ways to strengthen our relationship with God.
Epiphany is a celebration of the ministry of Jesus Christ. Worship themes center around the revelation of Christ to all nations, Jesus' baptism in the River Jordan, and Christ as the light of the world. The season bridges the gap between Christmastide and Ash Wednesday.
During the 12 days of Christmas, we celebrate the birth of God's promised messiah in Jesus of Nazareth. We rejoice together with the angels, the shepherds, and finally with the three wise persons who came to pay homage and bring gifts to the new born king.
Sermones semanales de nuestros ministerios en español.
The season of Advent begins the Christian year, and is the season of waiting for God's promised Messiah during the weeks leading up to the Nativity and Christmastide.
The season of Pentecost is the longest season in the Christian year, beginning on the Festival Day of Pentecost. Throughout the season, we focus on the work of the Holy Spirit, the Apostles, the saints and other ancestors in the faith, the life of the church and Christian living.
The 50 day season celebrating God's promise fulfilled within the resurrection of Jesus Christ, bringing victory over sin and death.
The season of Lent begins with Ash Wednesday. Lent is a season of repentance, spiritual reflection, and purposeful engagement in activities which strengthen one's relationship with God.
The season of Epiphany (beginning January 6) celebrates the revelation of Christ to all nations, Jesus' baptism in the River Jordan, and Christ as the light of the world. The season ends the Tuesday before Ash Wednesday.
One of the shortest seasons in the Christian year, Christmastide bridges the calendar years of 2016 and 2017. We celebrate the birth of God's promised Messiah from Nativity (Christmas Eve/Christmas Day) to Epiphany in January.