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Leo Schuster /
November 28, 2023
Christmas didn’t begin in the obscurity of a manger in Bethlehem, but in the mystery of cosmic origins. Our Advent messages this year will give special attention to the perspective of the Apostle John, who had a front-row seat to the life and teaching of Jesus.
October 7, 2023
Bringing Beauty Into Broken Places
September 19, 2023
Watch Beth Moore, New York Times Bestselling Author’s candid conversation with Lead Pastor, Leo Schuster on anxiety and depression, sexual abuse, and the imperfections of church.
Clint Wilson /
September 12, 2023
This fall, our City Groups will be studying the story of the Old Testament exile and considering our ongoing spiritual quest for a place of true belonging. You can pick up your physical copy of this twelve-week devotional, “Exile & the Search for Home: Toward a Spiritual Geography,” on Sundays at City Church, or you can download it at
Leo Schuster /
September 3, 2023
We are all complex people who wrestle with God. While faith can be a uniquely refreshing and stabilizing lifeline in a person’s  life, it is not easy. Though there are many peculiarities to modern life that make it especially challenging, the life of faith has always been fragile. This is evident from the earliest days. Take Abraham, for instance.
Leo Schuster /
August 14, 2023
Can we believe and not believe at the same time? That seems to have been the experience of a desperate father who brought his troubled son to Jesus for healing:  “I do believe; help me overcome my unbelief” (Mark 9:24). The more we look at the Bible, it turns out, the more we’ll see this man’s experience might have been the norm rather than the exception.