Tags: Advent

  • A Season of Advent: Joy

    A Season of Advent: Joy

    December 15, 2019  — 

    The third stop on the Advent Journey celebrates the wonder of Joy – the capacity for life as it is, on the way to Life as it will be. Joy is, unlike happiness, is not reflective of the circumstance – in fact, joy reframes our attitude towards the circumstances, allowing us to sit deeply with pain and loss without losing our way. And, as it turns out – Joy has a first Name, born in Bethlehem!

    Scripture: Isaiah 35:1-10
  • Joy


    December 15, 2019  — 

    We are reminded this week that God has provided us with a Joy that is not our own. It covers us in every moment and provides us with a supernatural ability to live out joy in every circumstance of life! The Joy of the Lord is your strength! Announcements : starting at 0:00 – 3:53min […]

    Scripture: Isaiah 35:1-10
  • A Season of Advent: Hope

    A Season of Advent: Hope

    December 9, 2019  — 

    We place our Hope in Jesus, regardless of our circumstances.

    Scripture: Isaiah 11:1-10
  • Hope


    December 8, 2019  — 

    Jesus came to bring a Hope to the world that is unlike any man made, fleeting version of hope. He came to reveal Gods character, that He will never leave you, has always loved you and will be close to you in your joy and sorrow. Jesus is the Hope of the world. Announcements: starting […]

    Scripture: Isaiah 11:1-10
  • Peace


    December 1, 2019  — 

    We welcome Christmas this year by joining the church calendar starting the season of Advent. We focus on Peace and how Jesus came to not only bring peace within your heart but also to the nations with God’s kingdom come on earth as it is in heaven.

    Scripture: Isaiah 2:1-5
  • A Season of Advent: Peace

    A Season of Advent: Peace

    December 1, 2019  — 

    Advent marks the beginning of the church calendar year with a deliberate slowing – a pause in preparation for Him for Whom we wait. The prophet Isaiah’s fantastic visions of a world redeemed give us hope for peace – shalom – in a time of tension and conflict. And call us to join, even now, in preparing Him room.

    Scripture: Isaiah 2:2–5