Upcoming Sermon Series

Lenten Series: "God on the Move"

Seven Parts: First Sunday in Lent through Easter Sunday | Exploring God's work through the travels and teachings of Jesus.

The First Sunday of Lent, March 10, 2019

"God Moves ... into the Desert" (Luke 4.1-13) | Jesus' temptation the desert shows us that God has moved fully into human flesh and can identify with our every experience.

Preacher: Brian Ruttan.

The Second Sunday of Lent, March 17, 2019

"God Moves ... Past all Obstacles" (Luke 13.31-35) | Jesus won't let Herod's threats or the people's opposition keep him from fulfilling his loving purpose. 

Preacher: Bishop Susan Bell.

The Third Sunday of Lent, March 24, 2019

"God Moves ... Over the Fence" (Luke 13.1-9) | Instead of gazing at the grass on the other side of the fence, Jesus brings us back to focus on realities that will bring change and growth in our own backyard.

Preacher: David Anderson.

The Fourth Sunday of Lent, March 31, 2019

"God Moves ... Down the Road" (Luke 15.1-3, 11b-32) | Jesus won't let Herod's threats or the people's opposition keep him from fulfilling his loving purpose. 

Preacher: Rebecca Vendetti.

The Fifth Sunday of Lent, April 7, 2019

"God Moves Us ... to Empty Ourselves" (John 12.1-8) | As Mary anointed Jesus with the scent of sacrifice, we are called to pour out ourselves for him. 

Preacher: John Bowen.

Passion Sunday , April 14, 2019

"God Moves ... the Cross" (Luke 23.1-49) | Throughout his story Jesus to has been moving in one direction— to the cross.

Preacher: David Anderson

Easter Sunday, April 21, 2019

"God Moves ... Out of the Tomb" (Luke 24.1-12) | Even the grave could not still Jesus; he is alive and active and moving in our lives and our world.  

Preacher: David Anderson

Easter Series: "Surprise!"

The Unexpected Acts of God in Seven Parts: Second Sunday of Easter through Pentecost | The unlikely, ironic, and surprising stories in the book of Acts.

Second Sunday of Easter, April 28, 2019

"A Surprising Turnaround" (Acts 5:27-32) | The resurrection can spark changes in our beliefs and behaviour that surprise even ourselves.

Preacher: David Anderson

Third Sunday of Easter, May 5, 2019

"An Unlikely Friendship" (Acts 9:1–20) | God often brings us the surprising gift of friendships we never expected.

Preacher: TBA

Fourth Sunday of Easter

"An Astonishing Imitation" (Acts 9:36–43) | By imitating Christ we become more like him and bring other people's attention to his glory.

Preacher: TBA

Fifth Sunday of Easter

"An Unexpected Change of Menu" (Acts 11:1–18) | When we think we have God figured out, he surprises us by revealing his heart for the unexpected.

Preacher: TBA

Sixth Sunday of Easter

"An Amazing Detour" (Acts 16:9-15) | The power of conversion is still God's building block to change the world one person at a time.

Preacher: TBA

Seventh Sunday of Easter

"An Ironic Escape" (Acts 16:16–34) | Sometimes those who seem free are truly enslaved, and those who seem to be in chains are truly liberated.

Preacher: TBA

Pentecost Pentecost:

"The Ultimate Surprise Party" (Acts 2:1–21) | All the astonishing events in Acts (and in the church since) can be traced back to this one surprising moment.

Preacher: TBA