Sermon Series

Leo Schuster /
December 27, 2021
This Sunday we launch Part II of our series Light of the World, an extended study on one of the most memorable, beloved, and stirring sections in all the Bible. Regarded by many as the greatest sermon ever delivered, the Sermon on the Mount showcases Jesus’ countercultural vision for a new way of being human–one that leads to flourishing and the discovery of happiness.
Leo Schuster /
November 22, 2021
Advent doesn’t begin on Christmas with the birth of Jesus. As a season of anticipation, it looks forward to the coming of the Lord in both his first and second advents. This year we’ll explore his coming through the prophetic imagination of Isaiah in the Old Testament.
Leo Schuster /
August 19, 2021
After all we’ve been through and continue to endure, what do we really need? Is there some spiritual remedy that might breed resiliency in us and refresh our souls? I wonder if it isn’t a breathtaking vision of where everything is ultimately headed? This Sunday, we begin a new series called All Things New!
Leo Schuster /
June 2, 2021
“If you ask me what’s the most terrifying, difficult emotion we feel as humans,” Author Brené Brown writes, “ I would say joy.” She believes this is due to the fear that stems from having our joy taken away. As we emerge from the confines of a season that’s stolen our joy, we’re all on the hunt to rediscover it.
Leo Schuster /
April 7, 2021
This Sunday we launch a new series about Simon Peter, one of the most colorful and captivating characters in the Bible. Though he’s one of the most important figures in the New Testament, the Bible seems to go out of its way to portray this “saint” with beautiful and bewildering complexity, as a man of both vibrant and fragile faith, as both a fearless and deeply flawed individual. Peter was the first to profess Jesus as the Son of God, yet he later denied even knowing him, despite his own insistence that he never would.
City Church /
January 6, 2021
We are all thankful that 2020 is now, officially, hindsight. To put it mildly, it was a disorienting year. Our new world has new vocabulary like social distancing, pods, and super-spreader. But as we turn to see the language Jesus uses in the gospel of Luke, what we read causes a double take. Was it […]