"Outside Looking In" Worship Series

The Christian life is both personal and communal. Faithfulness requires us to grow in both ways. In our last sermon series, “What’s Next?” we examined ways that we could continue to progress. Worship, growth and service remain pillars of our discipleship journey, but we can’t only think about ourselves. We’re called to help others discover their worth in God’s grace. 

In our new series, “Outside Looking In,” we will examine who’s been excluded, ignored or dismissed by the Church. We will discover that God never wanted the Church to surrender others so easily. By considering the outsider, we discover for ourselves the powerful reach of God’s love as we seek God’s desired outcomes. 

We hope to see you Sunday for worship at either 8:30 a.m. or 10:45 a.m. or 9:40 a.m. for Sunday School.

"Embodied Holiness" Podcast Launches Season Two

The "Embodied Holiness" podcast hosted by Lyerly Christensen, Susan Eaton and Lindsey Lewis has launched its second season. Learn more and listen now at embodiedholiness.com.


In each episode of the podcast, the women tackle a different everyday topic and talk about the specific challenges that come with embodying holiness in that aspect of life. They share resources for your spiritual journey and stories of growth and failure. Special guests also join the podcast from time to time. If you're interested in learning how to grow in holiness, you're in the right place!

Band Together

Connection is extremely important. Jesus changed the world by forming deep relationships with a few people who would then carry on His work beyond His earthly life. He even said that the very credibility of His life and message in the eyes of unbelievers would be dependent upon the way His followers relate to each other (see John 17).


Learn more about BANDing together

RightNow Media

Have you accessed our free online resource, RightNow Media?


RightNow Media is an online library that works much like Netflix, giving you access to thousands of Christian media resources. These resources are great for a small group, a Sunday School class or for personal study and reflection. Parents of young children will also enjoy the multitude of children's videos that are accessible through RightNow Media. 


If you have already set up your RightNow Media account, access it here from your phone, computer, tablet, Roku or other streaming device.


If you have never accessed RightNow Media account before, click here to set up a new user account.


Have fun browsing your new free resource! If you have any questions, please contact Susan Eaton.