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This weeks’ sermon is available to watch here. Also, if you’re interested in participating in a Passover Seder, get registered here! This week we explored the Last Supper that took place...

The season of Lent starts tomorrow — Wednesday, March 1. Lent is not a biblical tradition, but it is observed as a way to prepare for and remember Easter — when...

Pastor Dan’s sermon “Thirst” is available to watch or listen to right here. We spent some time in John 7 this week, looking at this passage in context and understanding its...

by Denise Snyder The holiday of Passover is coming up — this year it falls on Good Friday — so I thought I’d continue our exploration into each of the biblical...

I thought we’d continue in our look at all of the biblical holidays this year by learning a bit about Purim! Purim starts Wednesday evening at sundown this year. Purim is...

We went back to Deuteronomy on Sunday, and we’ll be there for a few more weeks. If you’d like to listen to Pastor Dan’s sermon “Celebration,” you can do that right...

This year I’ve been blogging about the biblical holidays God commanded His people to celebrate. So far, we’ve talked about Feast of Trumpets, Day of Atonement and Feast of Tabernacles. These...

Yesterday Pastor Shawn began his series “More Than a Bobblehead.” He’ll be taking us through the season of Advent with this series. I was convicted by Pastor Shawn’s sermon in many...

The biblical holiday of Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles) started at sundown last night! It is a week-long holiday filled with joyful celebrations, hospitality and giving. Since it lasts a whole week,...

We’ve reached the last of the three fall holidays! Sukkot (pronounced Sue-COAT) begins this evening at sundown and lasts for a whole week! God’s instructions for Sukkot (also known as the...