The author of Hebrews gives us three images of our life in community – we are people who together draw near to God in faith, hold fast to our hope and spur one another on to love and good works. This Sunday, we’ll explore together why and how we must spur one another on to love and good works.
God has called us to live in community with one another but if we are putting ourselves first, the community will not be able to flourish. This week, we'll be exploring what it means to serve others, and how it's integral to fostering a flourishing community.
One of the most all-pervasive themes in Scripture is the theme of hospitality. This week we'll be diving in to what it means to be hospitable in our homes and in our church home.
This week we continue our journey studying New Testament “one another” passages by focusing on the admonition “to forgive one another.”
This week, we're continuing to look at how to be in healthy relationships with one another, and are looking specifically at the practice of confessing our sin to one another.
God created each of us differently but not so that we would ignore or dislike others but instead so that our differences would bless each other. When we’re able to live this way we’ll see one of the hallmarks of Christian community and that is harmony.
This Sunday, we start our new sermon series: How to “One Another” One Another. We’ll begin by laying the groundwork for this series and looking at what it means for the church to be a community.