Worship is an indispensable element in our journeys of faith. When we gather together, in person or online, we remember the work of God in the world as well as the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus. The Spirit leads us to respond to God through song, prayer, testimony, giving, and sacrament. We worship as a community in order to share our experience of God with others and be encouraged by their faith.
Current Sermon Series
John’s Gospel is known for the “I am” sayings. Each is a short illustration used by Jesus to help his disciples understand the purpose and power of identity.
This spring we talk about Jesus' identity as light of the world, as the gate, the good shepherd, the bread of life, and the vine. And we ask how our identity as Christians reflect the identity of Christ. We are called to an identity, a way of being in the world that demonstrates Jesus way of being in the world.
We are called to live our Christian identity in word and deed. Jesus helps us understand that we can state who we are, but we must live who we are in order to change the world.