Current Sunday Sermon Series
This Christmas, share in the magic as we unwrap four of the most important gifts we could ever receive. During the season on Advent - the four weeks leading up to Christmas - dive into the meaning of hope, love, joy and peace. All gifts you can't go to mall or online to buy. Let us join together, bringing friends and loved ones, as we prepare our hearts to celebrate the coming of the ultimate gift, a person: Jesus Christ.
Advent is a season that is officially observed in many churches. The four weeks before Christmas are set aside as a time of expectant waiting and preparation for the celebration of Jesus' birth. The term "advent" is a version of the Latin word meaning "coming."
But Advent isn't just and extension of Christmas, it is a season that links the past, present and future. Advent offers us the opportunity to share in the ancient longing for the coming of the Messiah, to celebrate His birth, and to be alert for His second coming. Each week we unwrap something new:
- Dec. 4 - The Gift of Hope (10:30 am) - Hope will rise again, even when fear is crashing in
- Dec. 11 - The Gift of Love (10:30 am) - Love will triumph over all, and changes our hearts
- Dec. 18 - The Gift of Joy (10:30 am) - Joy will break through, bringing laughter and life
- Dec. 24 - The Gift of Peace (7:00 pm) - Peace will conquer fear, even in the midst of life's pain
- Dec. 25 - We give you the gift of family time this special morning; NO worship services conducted at the church building!
Oh, come let us adore Him together this Christmas. Come and (re-)discover His gifts that surpass all others!
New Years Eve: No service. Rejoice together, be safe and richly blessed.
New Years Day: 10:30 am - Coffee, tea and muffins downstairs! Caffeine and sugar to help you worship
(and overcome having stayed up late the night before ;-)
11:00-12:00 - special 1 hour New Years Day service to kick off the New Year together.
Sunday Service begins at 10:30a.m.
Children and Junior Church available
We take the Bible as its all-sufficient source of faith and practice, and subscribe to the historic creeds of the universal Church. In common with historical, evangelical Christianity, we emphasize Christ as Saviour and coming King. We also present Christ as Healer and the Pentecostal position that His promised baptism in the Holy Spirit is needed for full Spirit-empowered life today.