Current Sermon Series
11-24-19 - Our minister Bryan Nash is now in the middle of two excellent sermon series. On Sunday mornings we are studying "Worship as Basic Training". We are called to be citizens in the kingdom of the Lord (Mark 1:15, Phil 3:20), so what should our citizenship look like? How does worship shape us for the kingdom we dwell in? And how can we connect with one another and with the Christians of the early church through our worship practices (Eph 4:15-16)? This set of lessons has helped us to consider the importance of the things we do together as a church.
On Sunday evenings, Bryan is reflecting on the books of 1 & 2 Kings. These books present an important and perhaps under-studied time in the history of the Lord's people. Understanding the history of God's relationship with his people gives us context for the world of the kings and prophets (1 Kin 2:4), as well as the world we now live in (Acts 2:30-32). This sermon series is also supplemented by our ongoing Bible studies on idolatry and the messages of the major and minor prophets.
We would welcome you to join with us on Sundays for these engaging lessons from the holy scriptures. You can also find our "Worship as Basic Training" series here, and our 1 & 2 Kings series here.
10-23-19 - We were very blessed to hold our public singing this past weekend at the Washington County Family YMCA. We sang through the story of Christ Jesus - His birth, ministry, crucifixion, resurrection, and work in the church. Audio recording of the event is available here. We hope to hold similar public events in the future as well!