A 52-week roadmap through the church calendar, following Year A of the Revised Lectionary Calendar.
How will we know the King when he comes? With so many ways offered to entertain and distract us, how will the King meet our real needs? This eight-week series for the seasons of Advent and Christmas lifts up the promises of scripture and the ways in which Jesus Christ is their fulfillment. Worshipers are invited to find lasting joy by following the newborn King.
Epiphany season is a time to reflect upon God’s revelation of himself in the person of Jesus Christ, with special attention given to various divine interventions and manifestations of the Spirit within the life and ministry of our Lord. This sermon series will focus on the nature of discipleship and what it means to be a citizen of the kingdom of heaven, a kingdom that Christ himself inaugurated in human history while on earth.
Lent is a period of forty days lasting from Ash Wednesday to Holy Saturday. It is traditionally understood as a time of fasting and repentance, also commemorating Jesus’s fasting in the wilderness, which anticipated the beginning of his public ministry. During the season of Lent, we learn to rely on Christ for all our deepest needs. This eight-part series will bring this goal to the forefront.
An Easter Series: Easter season celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ, the first fruits of the renewal and redemption of all things in the eternity of God. The Christian hope is founded upon this event, for, as Paul says, if Christ did not rise from the dead, our faith is useless (1 Corinthians 15:17). Paschal season looks forward to the consummation of the kingdom—a kingdom of peace, joy, and love. This 8-week series is designed to bring comfort and encouragement to those in the body of Christ.
This sermon series centers on Pentecost season. The Day of Pentecost commemorates the defining moment in the history of the church when the apostles were filled or baptized in the Spirit in direct fulfillment of Jesus’s promise to his followers before he ascended into heaven. This event enabled the disciples to effectively carry out the Great Commission in the world. Our series on Pentecost will emphasize the fact that we have been set free from the power of sin and are called to live new lives in Christ through the Spirit.
Utilizing the lectionary readings, this 6-week series for Pentecost, examines the work of the Holy Spirit in helping believers share their faith in word and in deed.
We have freedom in Christ, but our freedom is not an excuse for sin. We are called to imitate Jesus.
This 8 week series, focuses on the lectionary readings from Pentecost. In these readings, the believer is encouraged to press on in their daily walk like the Israelites did after the Exodus.
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