Epiphany 2020

Epiphany 2020

“May we trust that our questions will guide us to the source of truth and light.” EPIPHANY: a season of discovery. A season of revelation and relevance. A season to re-evaluate, re-invigorate, and re-orient.  We plan to spend EPIPHANY exploring and...
Advent 2019

Advent 2019

The word advent is rooted in a Latin word simply meaning, arrival. During this season of the Church calendar, which starts four Sundays before Christmas & culminates on Christmas Eve, we celebrate the arrival of Light into darkness: Jesus Christ, God as man,...
Generosity 2019

Generosity 2019

Every November our family of churches takes a few weeks to explore a characteristic to which we aspire: GENEROSITY. We want to be generous because our Father is generous and as his daughters and sons we want to show the world what he is like. We make a statement with...
Rooted 2019

Rooted 2019

“We lose something essential to our existence if we do not recognize our fundamental need for stability. Trees can be transplanted, often with magnificent results. But their default is to stay.” — Johnathan Wilson-Hartgrove Our desire to be rooted is...
Jonah 2019

Jonah 2019

The book of JONAH is one which seems to unfold and reveal new truths over time. There’s plenty of dialog and intrigue over the historicity of the story but beyond that, there is a lot to learn from this book about the mission of God, racism, obedience, Jesus,...
PSALMS 2019

PSALMS 2019

Each July we join with a few other churches in the Denver area and share a text, a series, and one another’s pulpits. For this year we have chosen to go through the Psalms written by Asaph, a worship leader of the ancient Israelite people. Asaph’s Psalms...
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