Reminded of Grace

Pastor Ryan explains how to be a part of God’s family by listening to His calling, and reminds us of God’s grace and forgiveness of our sins.

Scripture: 1 Timothy 1:12-20

Eating and Drinking

Pastor Mark starts our new series on the simple but profound act of eating and drinking with others to show grace – just like Jesus did.

Scripture: Luke 5:27-34


Grace to Grace

Pastor Mark unpacks the Jerusalem Council where Gentiles are told they don’t need to be circumcised to be saved but are to still abstain for pagan rituals. Though foreign to our cultural context, we learn from this passage that you don’t have to change for God to accept you, but God will change you once you’re accepted.

Scripture: Acts 15:1-29

The True Elder Brother

Pastor Ryan Klement shows us how Jesus is the true elder brother that we all need.

Scripture: Luke 15:11-32

The Elder Brother

Pastor Mark continues our Prodigal God series, this time focusing on how the older brother was just as lost as his younger brother.

Scripture: Luke 15:25-32

The Two Lost Sons

Lead Pastor Juno Smalley continues the Prodigal God series as we take a look at this famous parable realizing that both sons are lost, not just the younger son.

Scripture: Luke 15:11-32

The People Around Jesus

Pastor Mark starts our new series on Jesus’ famous parable of the prodigal son by setting the scene leading up to Jesus sharing this remarkable, radical story of grace.

Scripture: Luke 15:1-10

(Please note: due to technical/recording difficulties, at the 4:01 minute mark a few minutes of the original sermon are omitted).


It’s a Matter of the Heart!

There are many changes in churches today: methods, styles, processes. Jonah chapter four tells us what’s most important to God and what needs to be number one priority for us all.

Scripture: Jonah 4

Running from God

Pastor Mark introduces the book of Jonah as we start a new sermon series called, “Running from God.” As we make our way through the story of Jonah, we are to look in the mirror and ask ourselves, “Are we running from God just like Jonah?”

Scripture: Jonah 1:1-3


We are reminded that we have been rescued from a life lived apart from God. The church is a unique place filled with very different people from all walks of life and naturally has problems. We are encouraged to reconcile, work together and put Christ first. In many ways we have become church centric, but need to return to a Christ centric life. Together, we are being built into God’s dwelling place.

Scripture: Ephesians 2:11-22