“Who Are We? Inclusive Community”
Rev Kathy King-Nobles
April 15, 2018

Who Are We? We began last weekend with this answer: We are followers of Jesus Christ. This weekend we will focus on a second core value of our church: We are an Inclusive Community. (MORE)


“Who are we? Followers of Jesus Christ”
Rev Dr Kent King-Nobles
April 8, 2018

Thanks for a great Easter celebration. Now what?

This weekend we start a series entitled, “Who Are We?” This is a question each of us should ask from time to time: “Who am I?” It is important to have a core identity that guides and grounds us in the midst of all the distractions and challenges of our lives. (MORE)

Rev Kathy King-Nobles
April 1, 2018

We’re looking forward to celebrating with you the Hope of the Resurrection. We encourage you to get to church a bit early and find an opportunity to greet someone you haven’t met before.(MORE)


Rev Kim Burke
March 25, 2018

“Reclaiming Our Communities”
Rev Dr Kent King-Nobles
March 18, 2018

Conversation “Community Restorative Practices”
Mr Kevin Jones & Mrs Suzanne Montoya
March 18, 2018

What can be done about the deep, persistent problems facing our communities? Do you feel hopeful? Do you feel powerful? Are you working with others to solve these problems? Do you even know where to begin? What will really work? (MORE)

“Reconciliation: Community”
Rev Kathy King-Nobles
March 11, 2018

Sunday night at the Oscar’s, we were treated to movie clips spanning 90 years. One of those brief clips was from “To Kill a Mockingbird” with Atticus Finch bestowing more wisdom to Scout. (MORE)

“Reconciliation within the Church”
Rev Dr Kent King-Nobles
March 4, 2018

When I was a boy in grade school, my father played in a church basketball league with our church team. One Saturday afternoon we showed up to a church gym prior to his game, only to find a scene of chaos. Folding chairs were turned upside down in the middle of the basketball court. (MORE)

Rev Kathy King-Nobles
February 25, 2018

We’ll be focusing specifically on reconciliation within personal relationships. No doubt this can be one of the toughest things we ever have to do.(MORE)

Rev Kim Burke
February 18, 2018 11:00am

As we begin our Lenten journey of reconciliation, we’ll start by looking at what it means to be reconciled, specifically how we forgive ourselves and reconcile our hearts with God. When we read 2 Cor. 5:17-20, we may know in our head that we are reconciled to God through Christ, but sometimes it’s difficult (MORE)


“Ambassadors of Reconciliation”
Rev Dr Kent King-Nobles
February 18, 2018 9:30am

How sad to hear about yet another school shooting. This time it was Florida. What is so wrong with our world that teenagers are going into schools to massacre our children? I feel sadness but I also feel anger.  And to be honest, I also feel some fear for those I love.(MORE)


“Portraits of Grace: A Blind Man”
Rev Dr Kent King-Nobles
February 11, 2018 9:30am

One day Jesus was walking by and saw a man who had been blind from birth. The disciples want to know why the man had been born blind. Jesus finds a way to give the man his sight. It is not instant, but over time, the man is able to see. Instead of celebrating this great news, the religious leaders of the day get upset that Jesus is not following their rules. We will see all of this unfold in John 9. (MORE)


“Portraits of Grace: Mary”
Rev Dr Kent King-Nobles
February 4, 2018

Hey, what are you doing this weekend? This weekend not only do you have 3 worship services to choose from, each service will have a different theme. (MORE)

Conversation on Domestic Violence & “Somebody Should Do Something”
Rev Dr Kent King-Nobles & Deb White Executive Director of MCCA
January 28, 2018 at 11:00am

One of the values of our church is that our faith should make a difference.
About every two months, we are going to invite a community leader to come in to tell us about a serious problem our communities are facing. We will then think about how our faith might shape our response as individuals, and collectively as a church. This Sunday morning we will have one of our own members, Deb White, who is the Executive Director of Mid Central Community Action, help us think about domestic violence. (MORE)