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At 8am & 9:30am, we will be physical distancing and wearing masks. Children's ministry will be provided at 9:30am. At 11:15am, we will have open seating and allowing optional mask wearing.

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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25 • 7pm—8:30

Join us for a night of worship and prayer  in place of our normal Wednesday evening study.

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Politics: The New Religion
October 23rd, 2020
IntroductionWhile elections are important and Christians ought to be good stewards with their citizenship, being educated on the candidates and propositions, then voting with Biblical values, we mustn't get caught up in the religious-like fervor demonstrated by those who only hope is in politics. Our hope isn't in a party or platform. King Jesus owns it.Here We Go Again …Over the last couple of we...
Squaring Up Paul's Correspondence with Corinth
October 22nd, 2020
[The following is taken from Barclay's commentary on 1 and 2 Corinthians, with editing]There was a letter which preceded 1 Corinthians. According to the Revised Standard Version, in 1 Corinthians 5:9 Paul writes: ‘I wrote you in my letter not to associate with immoral men.’ This obviously refers to some previous letter. Some scholars believe that letter is lost without trace. Others think it is co...
Scripture Isn’t A Wax Nose
August 12th, 2020
Scripture Isn’t A Wax NoseIn 1511, Erasmus warned of scholars who treated Scripture as though it was made of wax, something to be shaped into a form appealing to them. Five hundred years later, people still do treat Scripture like a wax nose.Facebook isn’t the place people ought to go for reliable information. Anyone can say just about anything. They may present themselves as an authority or posit...
An Appeal
July 31st, 2020
Since unifying love is a distinguishing mark of Jesus’ followers, we can expect the adversary to oppose it....
Our Moment to Stand
July 14th, 2020
Luther’s MomentThree and a half years after nailing his ninety-five points of theological departure from Rome, it was Martin Luther’s moment to stand. He stood before the greatest of Europe’s rulers. The Holy Roman Emperor Charles V sat amidst the regalia of his august office, his stern gaze cast now on this recalcitrant monk. Representing Pope Leo X was the brilliant churchman, Johann von Eck, th...

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In addition to our regular verse–by–verse Bible study, we’ll also engage in “practical theology”—applying God’s word to key issues of life.

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Politics: The New Religion
October 23rd, 2020
IntroductionWhile elections are important and Christians ought to be good stewards with their citizenship, being educated on the candidates and propositions, then voting with Biblical values, we mustn't get caught up in the religious-like fervor demonstrated by those who only hope is in politics. Our hope isn't in a party or platform. King Jesus owns it.Here We Go Again …Over the last couple of we...
Squaring Up Paul's Correspondence with Corinth
October 22nd, 2020
[The following is taken from Barclay's commentary on 1 and 2 Corinthians, with editing]There was a letter which preceded 1 Corinthians. According to the Revised Standard Version, in 1 Corinthians 5:9 Paul writes: ‘I wrote you in my letter not to associate with immoral men.’ This obviously refers to some previous letter. Some scholars believe that letter is lost without trace. Others think it is co...
Scripture Isn’t A Wax Nose
August 12th, 2020
Scripture Isn’t A Wax NoseIn 1511, Erasmus warned of scholars who treated Scripture as though it was made of wax, something to be shaped into a form appealing to them. Five hundred years later, people still do treat Scripture like a wax nose.Facebook isn’t the place people ought to go for reliable information. Anyone can say just about anything. They may present themselves as an authority or posit...
An Appeal
July 31st, 2020
Since unifying love is a distinguishing mark of Jesus’ followers, we can expect the adversary to oppose it....
Our Moment to Stand
July 14th, 2020
Luther’s MomentThree and a half years after nailing his ninety-five points of theological departure from Rome, it was Martin Luther’s moment to stand. He stood before the greatest of Europe’s rulers. The Holy Roman Emperor Charles V sat amidst the regalia of his august office, his stern gaze cast now on this recalcitrant monk. Representing Pope Leo X was the brilliant churchman, Johann von Eck, th...