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Fall Calendar and Events
Posted by Fran Runner on

We have some GOOD NEWS! Beginning in September, we will re-open our campus to small groups, while still allowing those groups that desire to meet off-campus to continue. What does that look like?  Check it out below! Sunday Morning 8:30-10:00 AM Early Service for vulnerable population...

Reassurance In Every Season
Posted by James Carroll on

God is gracious to refine and shape his children patiently and persistently throughout their lives. He never gives up. Sometimes this work is imperceptible because the changes are so slight, but he never stops working. He continues tilling the soil of the heart, planting fresh seeds of his word...

As We Prepare
Posted by James Carroll on

I was glad when they said to me, ‘Let us go to the house of the Lord'.  Psalm 122:1 (ESV) After 10 Sundays of worshipping exclusively via livestream, we’re joyfully anticipating the resumption of our congregational gathering this Sunday. Our staff has worked hard to...

Heed Wisdom's Call
Posted by James Carroll on

The way of wisdom is a path to life. I’ve enjoyed studying Proverbs 1 the past few weeks and I look forward to continuing this study in the months ahead. I’ve been encouraged and convicted by the reminders to hear and heed wisdom’s call. By God’s gracious providence...

Thoughts As We Move Forward
Posted by James Carroll on

As we discussed on the livestream yesterday evening (April 29), the governor announced May 20 as the date he is recommending for churches to resume public worship gatherings. We are all excited to gather again and I wanted to share some immediate wisdom for all of us as we plan and prepare for...

Prayer Vigil
Posted by James Carroll on

“Consecrate a fast; call a solemn assembly.” Joel 1:14a This directive from chapter 1 is repeated in chapter 2 as God calls His people to gather for a time of corporate lament, reflection, and pursuit of Him. This moment was to include two key ideas...

Wise Words For Weird Days - A Study of Proverbs
Posted by James Carroll on

Living a godly life is difficult enough within the rhythm and flow of “normalcy.” But as we can all attest, the spring of 2020 has been anything but normal. The upheaval of the past few weeks and uncertainty about when it will end has been disorienting, to say the least. The...

Resurrection Roadtrip
Posted by James Carroll on

As we celebrate Passion Week during these unique circumstances, I pray you’re taking time to reflect upon the history-shaping events of the days leading up to Jesus’ crucifixion and resurrection. While we’ll miss gathering on Friday evening and Sunday morning to worship...

A Word From Our Pastor // April 2
Posted by James Carroll on

On Sunday, March 15, I quoted from a great resource to help apply the exhortation to repent. The Doctrine of Repentance by Thomas Watson was first published in 1668. In this classic work, Watson defines repentance as “a grace of God’s Spirit whereby a sinner is inwardly humbled and...

Our Mission and Vision
Posted by James Carroll on

Imagine that [a] pandemic swept through your part of the world, and that all assemblies of more than three people were banned by the government for reasons of public health and safety. . . . How would your congregational continue to function?" Colin Marshall and Tony Payne, The Trellis and...