Latest News & Updates
- Let us ever walk with Jesus Sermon Series
- RECHARGE! with Psalm 139:14 and on Tuesday at 9am, watch our staff message for the week
- Donate Blood – Sunday, February 28 (8-1)
- This week’s Announcements
- Podcasts – Listen to sermons, F.A.Q. about our faith and more!
Betrayed – Lent is an opportunity for us to reflect on our lives and repent as we meditate on the cross of Christ. We will follow our Lord on his path to the cross through the eyes of those who sent him there. In doing so, we will realize that Judas was not the only one to betray Jesus, everyone did, including you and I.
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Worship Times (Online & In Person): (Offering)
- 8 & 11am in the Sanctuary
- 9:30 Blended in the Sanctuary
- 9:30am Generations Contemporary – Founders’ Hall
- 11am Fuel Contemporary- Founders’ Hall – Communion
- 7pm Monday (In Person Only)
Sunday, February 28
- Psalm 22:23-31
- Genesis 17:1-16
- Romans 5:1-11
- Mark 8:27-38 (Text Gospel to 407-326-0935 to get a link to this verse)
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Worship – Use these scriptures to prepare your heart, soul and mind for worship.
Sunday, January 10
Advent and Christmas announced Ready or Not Here He Comes. Epiphany shouts: Here’s Jesus. From a humble baptism by John in the Jordan River to a glorious transfiguration Jesus is revealed to the world as humble, magnetic, powerful, and compassionate. Knowing Jesus is a lifelong adventure. 2021 will certainly have its share of triumphs and tragedies. The one, never changing constant is God’s love for us revealed in the birth, life, death, resurrection, ascension, and promised coming again in glory of his beloved Son.
As We Gather – In quick decisive strokes Mark paints a picture of our restoration. Heaven and earth meant to be together, but separated by sin and evil, are being brought back together. John announces it. Jesus accomplishes it. And God, the Father affirms it. Jesus steps up out of the water and heaven is torn open and the Spirit descends on him. Jesus is the Beloved Son, who brings us back into the presence of God in the water of our baptism by the power of the Holy Spirit. The adventure of another year of following Jesus begins today. Where will he lead us in 2021?