In this worship gathering, we hear a message from Isaiah 28.1-22 that offers a prophecy fulfilled in Jesus, who is our precious cornerstone. What can we learn from God’s people of old who chose to rely on political alliances instead of trusting the Lord? Watch the whole worship gathering below (including the Lord’s Supper) or just the message (elsewhere on the channel) to find out.
Risk and Reward
As we continue our series on heaven, we pose the question: What will the end of the world as we know it be like? We look at 1 Thesslonians 4.13-18 and Revelation 20 to get some answers. You can watch the whole worship gathering here, or just the message elsewhere on the channel.
What is heaven like?
In this service, we hear a message that explores the different ways to interpret the Book of the Revelation, and focus on Revelation 21.1-22.5 to learn what heaven will be like according to Scripture. You can watch the whole worship gathering here, or just the message elsewhere on the channel.
That Other Place
In this service, as part of our series on heaven, we look at That Other Place. Hell is real, but what will it really be like, and who will go? You can watch the whole service here, or the message alone, based on Matthew 25.31-46, elsewhere on the channel.
Why Bother with Heaven
We begin a new series on heaven today – a topic that isn’t often heard from many pulpits. Why is that? We’ll look at several Scriptures that give some images of heaven, and why thinking about heaven matters for followers of Jesus, based on Colossians 3.1-17. You can watch the whole worship gathering here, or just the message elsewhere on the channel. The message began with a video of the song, “I Can Only Imagine”, by MercyMe, which you can watch here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N_lrr…
Easter Celebration 2020 Live
For the first time in history, the church is celebrating the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ in digital only…since Coronavirus keeps us from gathering, this will have to do! In this service, we hear a message based on Romans 6.1-11, which begins at 13:22. We also have a virtual celebration of the Lord’s Supper, and hear a solo.
In this service, we welcomed members of the Police, Fire, EMS and Township Council to join us so we could thank them for their work, and pray for them as they serve. The message, based on 1 Corinthians 15.21-25, was entitled “Arrive Alive”, and begins at 30:37.