Archive of Past Services

Grounded in God (05/29/11)

Passage: Acts 17:22-31

Preacher: Pastor Walt

No hocus-pocus crystals, just real spiritual intimacy of the Creator to the children. We are God’s offspring and in God we have our being. Christ makes it clear to us it is a family connection of love. … read more

Honor Your Children (05/22/11)

Passage: Matthew 18:1-7

Preacher: Pastor Walt

Jesus highlights children as an example of humility (a child to parent) the spirit we are to have as we approach God. I want to think out loud about how to do our best for our kids so they become their best. … read more

Claiming Your Faith- Taking Your Place in the Family (05/15/11)

Passage: Acts 2:42-47

Preacher: Pastor Walt

As three young women step forward and claim for themselves the faith into which they were baptized, we get a glimpse of the church's future and pray they will find the voice of faith to speak to the generation that follows them. … read more

Honor Your Family (05/08/11)

Passage: Deuteronomy 5:16

Preacher: Pastor Walt

Though many of us might have issues with our parents, we are to honor them. We’ll explore how to do this and why it is right and healthy. … read more

For Those Who Missed Easter (05/01/11)

Passage: John 20:18-31

Preacher: The Rev. Carol Millspaugh

Guest Preacher … read more

Mary (You and Me) and Jesus (04/24/11)

Passage: John 20:1-18

Preacher: Pastor Walt

Series: Lent

In her sorrowing, Mary encounters the risen Lord. Wow, talk about a miracle and a radical change of heart and spirit – deadening grief to overwhelming joy! This is offered to all who would open themselves to the living spirit of the risen Lord. I love the Colossians verse that says “Set your minds on things that are above, not on things that are on earth…” We are more than you think. Set your minds on things that are above and beyond. Be open to be amazed! … read more

The Crowd and Jesus (04/17/11)

Passage: Matthew 21:1-11

Preacher: Pastor Walt

Series: Lent

Anonymous faces in the crowd gather to hail Jesus as the King of Kings and then to seemingly melt away, disappear from town or be changed into the angry crowd of Good Friday. When and how does a person’s pilgrimage go so wrong? How can we protect from that detour? … read more