We will be holding all regular services on December 31. Richard Haney will be preaching, and will share with us from the last phrase of the John 1:14 verse: "...full of grace and truth."
Join us on Christmas Eve. It will be a special time together as we celebrate the newborn King, and continue to explore the depth, meaning, and mystery of the incarnation.
Join us on the morning of Christmas Eve for a special service at 10:00 a.m.. Rick Hutton will share a brief homily, and we'll listen to a special musical presentation of Vivaldi's Gloria.
The inescapable and elusive glory of God is finally accessible through the Incarnation, the Word became flesh. This week, we’ll explore what the glory of God, made manifest in the person of Jesus, means for our lives, our relationships, and our work in the world.
God wants to dwell with you. With us. That is one of the great themes of the Scriptures, and all of it is centered in and made possible through the Incarnation of Jesus. This week, we’ll explore this great theme and its implications for our lives, our relationships, and our work in the world.
This week we start a new sermon series on Dwell, as we observe Advent and prepare for Christmas. Over the next weeks, we'll have an extended meditation on one verse: John 1:14. This week we begin by looking at the phrase, "the word became flesh."