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  • Sunday Review: December 31, 2017

    On Sunday, December 31, Ken Delage preached the message “Pray Always” from Luke 18:1-8. Below are a few discussion questions for Community Group or personal study this week. To listen to the message again, visit our Audio Resources page.Discussion Questions: 1.

  • Sunday Review: December 17, 2017

    On Sunday, Matthew preached the message, "Solus Christus Part II" as part of our current series, The Five Solas. The message was based upon Hebrews 2:5-18, specifically focusing on verses 14-16. Below are a few discussion questions for Community Group or personal study this week, followed by a recap from the meeting. To access a PDF of projection from the message, click here.

  • Prayers of the Saints - New Worship Album Release

    The privilege of worshiping God is one that is perhaps most sweetly recognized when done corporately. While the feel of worshiping the Lord together in such a way cannot be fully encapsulated in a recording, there is something powerful about sharing music broadly. To that end, Sovereign Grace Churches have invested treasure and talent into creating a series of worship albums - both those recorded live and in the studio.

  • Inclement Weather Policy

    Now that we are into the winter season, snow and other forms of inclement weather are to be expected and planned for. Because of this, we wanted to take a moment to remind our church how we deal with inclement weather and how it impacts our Sunday meeting and other ministries throughout the week. Should a storm warrant the cancellation of our Sunday meeting, you can expect to hear from us in several ways:1. A blog post will be put up on Sunday morning announcing the cancellation along with ...

  • Prayer of Confession: Angela

    On Sunday, December 10, 2017 Angela Williams shared a Prayer of Confession as a part of our Sunday Meeting. The text of her prayer is below. We hope that her words continue to convict and inspire your hearts this week!Father, we come to you thanking you that you are a God full of mercy and abounding in steadfast love.

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