God is with us — that’s what we celebrate at Christmastime! As we enter into this season, we are going to take time to look at how His Spirit led men and women that first Christmas, and leads us now, that we can rejoice in His love.
As we approach the Christmas season, we often feel weighed down by losses, hurts and disappointments that seem to conflict with all the celebrations around us. Blue Christmas is meant to help us bring these things before our God, who understands. Christmas, after all, is about Him coming into the world to restore the things that are broken — including us.
This service will be both in-person and live streamed at 7 pm on December 1. Please join us in-person if you can; if you cannot, you can find the service on your favorite streaming service below. For those watching online, consider having a candle available to light at a time you will be prompted to do so later in the service.
Pastor Tim takes us to the question “What Does God Require in the Sixth, Seventh, and Eighth Commandments,” the eleventh question of the New City Catechism to help us start the consideration of the question ahead of this week’s Sunday School Express.
As we look at the conclusion of Psalm 6 tonight, we explore how David emerges from deep despair even though things aren’t yet fully “right.”
What (or whom) do we trust in when everything seems uncertain? David takes us on a journey to the right place of trust as we continue in Psalm 6.
Pastor Tim takes us to the question “What does God require in the first, second, and third commandments?,” the ninth question of the New City Catechism, as part of the launch of Sunday School Express.
Sometimes the starting point in desperation is to realize just how desperate we really are.
Feeling anxious? God gets it. God meets us in our worries and assures us that He’s with us.
Pastor Tim takes us to the question “What is the Law of God Stated in the Ten Commandments?,” the fifth question of the New City Catechism, as part of the launch of Sunday School Express.
What do the days we live in indicate? What should we truly be anticipating? As life and the uncertainty of the world swirls around us, God calls us to focus in our anticipation.