Prayer Event
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Prayer Event

With Easter just around the corner, it's time to lock arms with one another and pray for our Good Friday and Easter gatherings and so much more as we venture into this incredible time and season of celebrating Jesus's life, death, and resurrection.

Easter Photo Booth
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Easter Photo Booth

Easter was fantastic! We're so glad you joined us for an amazing time of worship, fellowship, and the Gospel message. Take a look at these amazing photo booth pictures!

Easter Photo Booth!
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Easter Photo Booth!

Easter service was an amazing time focusing on the resurrection of Jesus and the hope we have in Him. It was great to see so many families attend. Check out the photo booth pictures below.

Serpent-Crushing Madness
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Serpent-Crushing Madness

The winner in this story is guaranteed. And as Pastor Josh fleshed out in his message on Sunday, the brokenness that started in the Garden of Eden was immediately foretold to be restored to wholeness … humanity just had to wait awhile before the serpent-crusher was fully revealed a few thousand years later.

Holy Week Bible Reading Plan
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Holy Week Bible Reading Plan

Had Christ not hung on the cross, taken on our sins, and defeated Satan’s power, His rising again would not have been as meaningful. We wouldn’t be singing worship songs about it. The New Testament probably wouldn’t have been written. And no one would have eternal life.We're going to read through scriptures together each day this week, "walking in His shoes." And by He, I mean Jesus. This is HIS story.

Lion,  Lamb, and Savior
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Lion, Lamb, and Savior

  I’m likely not going to be telling you anything you don’t know here, but this past Sunday was Easter, the day when we take special time to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus from the dead. Today, we are going to take a look at a passage not commonly read during the Easter holiday: Revelation 5. The...

Ash Wednesday
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Ash Wednesday

Ash Wednesday is perhaps my favorite holiday on the Christian calendar aside from Advent and Christmas.  I grew up Catholic, and Ash Wednesday was the first mass my step-dad shared with me.  One night, I asked him to take me to church and he responded, “Get your shoes on”.  I remember my acute confusion because...