You are welcome here

Come as you are. Brokenness is welcome here. No matter what you’ve done or where you’ve been, this is a place of grace. There’s no need to hide. When life gets messy (and it will), we don’t fake it around here. We believe God meets us in our real lives, not the lives we wished we had. We embrace the struggle of becoming fully alive in God because we know the only way out is through. Life in God is a mystery and its questions don’t have tidy black and white answers. Together, we seek Jesus’ third way of grace and truth. 

Come. Engage with us in the struggle of becoming fully alive in God.


Lent

This season is a time to walk with Jesus towards His death on a cross. We begin the Lenten journey on Ash Wednesday by repenting and remembering our need for God’s saving grace. For the next six weeks, we prepare our hearts with prayer and fasting, repentance, and Scripture meditation. On Good Friday, we stand vigil at the foot of the cross. Our journey ends on Holy Saturday as we watch and wait for Christ’s resurrection from the dead on Easter Sunday.


We invite you to join us in several opportunities to intersect our stories with the bigger story of Jesus, and to prepare our hearts for Christ’s death and resurrection. 


Lent (PDF)

February 14 - March 31, 2018


Ash Wednesday Service

Wed, Feb 14, 7pm


Good Friday Service

Fri, Mar 30, 7pm


Easter Services

Sun, Apr 1, 9am & 11am

sUNDAY sERVICES

The teaching of God's Word is the primary focus of our worship on Sunday mornings. The messages are designed to challenge, inspire, affirm, and help you discover the next step in your personal journey with God. We also proclaim together with modern music who God is and who we are in God. 


Sundays 9am & 11am


We invite you to read and reflect on these Scriptures in preparation for the service on Sunday, February 25.


Psalm 105:1-11

Mark 8:31-38


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