Traditions

In-Person & Online Worship Beginning Jan. 10 at 11:00 a.m.

Our Christianity can be defined and explained through one powerful liturgy: The Nicene Creed. You’re, no doubt, more familiar with the Apostles’ Creed—one of most ancient of affirmations of faith used by all branches of Christendom. It’s a compact way of defining faith and jumps from Jesus’ birth to crucifixion. But Jesus lived a whole life in between. The Nicene Creed acknowledges that and explains what mean when we talk about the communion of saints, the holy catholic church, and everlasting life. It wrestles with the theological issues that define ancient Christianity. Together, we’ll explore this creed and figure out what our past has to say about our faith today.

Rev. Dr. Kip Laxson, Senior Pastor

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The Bridge

In-Person Worship Beginning Jan. 10 at 11:00 a.m.

In a world filled with uncertainty, how are we to face what feels like an unknowable future? What do we do with our anxiety regarding the days ahead? This 6-week series guide is based on the books of 1 and 2 Thessalonians, and provides comfort and reassurance to those living in uncertain times. These letters discuss the future of Christ’s Second Coming, and what believers should do while awaiting his return. Paul encourages believers to be prepared, to cling to the truth of what they have been taught, and to live responsibly in light of the future. How can we take these words to heart, and face the future without fear?

Rev. Robert Mercer, Pastor of Discipleship

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