September 9-30 (4 Sermons) Explore the meaning and possibility of generosity in the life of faith. Engage the teaching of Jesus around a taboo and yet centrally important topic that gets at the very heart of God. Experience the simple freedom of the gospel in a culture dominated by "more."
August 5-26 (4 Sermons) At the heart of the Christian message is God's love, not just for us, but for us to give to and enjoy with one another. Loving God means loving one another, even and especially through the pain, disappointment, frustration, and fallout of life. 1 John provides a breathtaking glimpse into this challenging and beautiful adventure of love.
June 24 (1 Sermon) Sabbath was so central to Jewish spirituality that it became a unit of measure. As Rev. Holly Fuqua embarks on a three month sabbatical, Rev. Michael Swartzentruber explores the meaning, importance, and centrality of Sabbath (soulful rest) for a vibrant, enduring spirituality.
January 7-28 (4 Sermons) Many will resolve to get moving in the New Year. The gyms will fill up with eager people running, rowing, and yoga-posing toward a healthier life. But all these efforts will be incomplete and may never last without a deeper “movement of the soul.”