Sermons

The Variety of One

When Henry Ford produced the Model T, the first affordable car in 1909, he told customers, “you can have a car painted any color you want, as long as it is black.” Who was he to tell people what color their car should be painted? In an age where manufactures fall over backwards to give the consumer what they want, Ford’s statement…

Remember

The early part of June is peppered with graduation ceremonies; from schools to colleges, and it is a time to celebrate past accomplishments and crossing the line. But how will those graduations be remembered 10, 20, 30 40 years from now? Come to that how do we remember any significant event and keep the memory true? Sunday morning we will look at…

Hats Off

What kind of hat do you wear? Why do you wear the kind of hat that you do? Where do you wear your hat? If you don’t wear a hat, why not? The wearing of hats is part of our culture, but not everyone does, and some places the wearing of a hat is offensive. How much should we take our hats…

D.N.F.

This weekend is the start of the summer season and perhaps you have time set aside to relax and catch up on reading a book or two on your list. But when the autumn arrives will you have finished what you started? This Sunday we talk about the dangers of not finishing and reaching the prize.

Loving Knowledge. 1 Corinthians 8:1-13.

Knowledge is something we all possess, we know more than any previous generation, but how does our “superior” knowledge help us? We are all about loving knowledge, but exactly what kind? Find out this Sunday at 9:30am, come early for breakfast!

Love The Space You Are In. 1 Cor 7:17-40.

What measurements do you use to evaluate whether you have peace? Peace, we think, can only be only be obtained if we find “the one” to be in relationship with and or the right set of circumstances. In the second part of our series “Peace calling” we will discover that actually we can have peace if we “Love the space we are…

Peace. 1 Corinthians 7:1-16.

How peaceful is your life? Although most of us say we want peace, it is not the dominant theme of our lives, in fact our lives are anything but peaceful. If your phone rang right now and the caller id said “peace” would you answer it? And if you did answer it would you listen and do what peace said? The Apostle…

Vital Faith. 1 Corinthians 15:12-28.

Our bodies are a vital part of who we are, without them we wouldn’t have much of an existence. 2,000 years ago, some women went to a tomb to prepare a body for burial, but there was no body to be found, the tomb was empty! Easter morning @ 9:30am we talk about why the resurrection has to be the foundation of…

Vain Faith. 1 Corinthians 15:1-11.

We all have hopes and expectations in life, and 2,000 years ago as Jesus rode into Jerusalem many people put their faith in Him. But did they really understand who they were putting their faith in and what He was going to do or was it going to be “Vain faith?” How about your faith? Find out this Sunday morning @ 9:30…