Questions for reflection based on Isaiah 55:1-13...Keep Reading
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Here's what you need to know and remember about coming back to the building for worship as we reopen. ...
For our Signs sermon series we had several artists from New City represent the sign in their artwork. Sadly we had to cease meeting together in the midst of the series but here are the pieces and brief descriptions from the sermons shared in the series either in person or via our house church liturgies. Thanks to all the artists who encouraged us by using their gifts to create these delightful works! ...
The season of Advent begins this Sunday. Advent is a time that focuses our attention on Christâ€™s first coming as well as his Second coming when he will return to redeem all of creation and rule with all power and authority....Keep Reading
This Sunday marks the beginning of the Advent season. If you want to read more about the Advent season, check out this blog post from last year. Below are some resources to help you celebrate the Advent season....Keep Reading
When Israel was preparing for a new life in the promised land, God gave them the instruction, "You shall keep the Feast of the Harvest, of the firstfruits of your labor, of what you sow in the field" (Exodus 23:16). Thanksgiving celebrations were an important part of the people's worship before God. Throughout history, Christians have set aside certain times and days as ...Keep Reading
New exhibit at Red Tree, Joseph Beth files chp 11, dangers for young men, and Makoto Fujimura illustrates the Gospels...Keep Reading
This Sunday we conclude our series in the Gospel of Mark. We'll be focusing on the resurrection of Jesus from Mark 16:1-8. To prepare for worship, read this passage and ask: What difference does the resurrection make? How is my life different because Jesus rose from the dead?...Keep Reading
Early on in our worship service we'll confess our sins. We'll do this individually and silently before God, then in a corporate prayer together, and lastly in song as we sing Kyrie Eleison (which means "Lord have mercy"). Just like in any relationship, confessing sins then clears the way for joyful fellowship. And so it is with God. We move forward in worship with joy ...Keep Reading