August 13-27 (3 Sermons). In a world where so much is changing, including shifts in religion and Christian faith, the message of Jesus and the enduring Love of God are still relevant and transformative. Explore and experience what can still shift us from complacency, cynicism, meaninglessness, and isolation to hope, healing, and new life.
August 6 (1 sermon). Guest preacher, Rev. Kory Wilcoxson, shares a message about God’s presence in struggle.
July 7, 2017 (1 Sermon). Rev. Holly Fuqua opens up a beautiful story about the early church and invites the “sweet, sweet Spirit” to rework what possesses us.
June 18 – July 2, 2017 (3 Sermons). Join the journey of strange turns and unexpected surprises with this Patriarch of the Faith. Abraham was called away from the familiar, renamed, and tested in his pursuit of an odd and wondrous promise.
June 11, 2017 (1 Sermon). The Trinity is not a problem to be solved, an irrelevant doctrine for theological technicians, or an absurdity merely to be accepted “on faith.” What if the Trinity gives us a glimpse of the beauty, splendor, and mystery of who God is and how reality works?
June 4, 2017 (1 Sermon). The book of Acts offers us a glimpse of the Spirit’s surprising work. The new life of God’s label-defying, society-flipping, empowering energy sometimes takes more than one “aha!” to set in.
May 28, 2017 (1 Sermon). Guest preacher, Rev. Dean Phelps, explores the ascension story of Jesus.
May 7 – 21 (3 Sermons). Spiritual growth doesn’t just happen. We need milestones that propel us toward a deeper, fuller faith. Explore what it means to notice, name, and be transformed by God’s presence on the journey toward spiritual maturity.
April 30th (1 sermon). A message given by one of South Elkhorn’s graduating seniors, Alyssa Parrett, on Youth Sunday: Dance with the most intense love, joy and hope that you can muster. Trust the Lord with all your heart, and the dance will follow. If life’s a dance, then God’s your partner, and you’ve got […]