"Jesus Loves Parties" - Tim & Christie Mannin

Jesus. He changed everything about everything (Week 44) This morning we discuss the example of hospitality and acceptance that Jesus showed through grace, love, and generosity. Are we living out our lives in this way? Are we radically inclusive to all that we share our lives with? Are we feeling the conviction of building and creating community the way Jesus did? (John 2, Matt. 9:10-13, 25:35-36, Luke 14:12-14, 19:5, Mark 12:30-31)

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"A Letter" - Tim Mannin

Philippians (Part 9) Everyone loves a great ending to a compelling story. In today's message we look at Paul's final words in his letter to the Philippians. Our pastor shares a letter from his heart to us as a body as we close on one chapter in the life of our young church and open a new one, with hope, grace, and peace. If you'd like a copy of "the letter" download here. (Philippians 4:21-23) 

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Carys & Shalom - Tim Mannin

Philippians (Part 1) This morning we begin a new series on the book of Philippians. In the midst of Paul's imprisonment, we see his attitude and words showing gratitude to the people in his life. When we find ourselves in difficult situations, can we relate to Paul? Perhaps instead of asking, "how can I fix it," maybe the question is, "who am I grateful for?" (Philippians 1:1-11)

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"Open Table" - Nate Kinney 

Living The Gospel: teachings from the book of Luke (Part 4) Who is it that we look at like our neighbor? Is society telling us that it is ok to stereotype someone and hate them because they are different? We must be a church for both the sinners and the saints. What would it be like if we never labeled someone, but instead welcomed ALL to the table? (Luke 10:25-37)

"Grace" - Tim Mannin

Grace, Mercy, and Peace (Part 2) Looking into 1 Timothy and the life of Martin Luther King Jr. we see that grace is the way to transformation, for it is hate that breeds hate. Grace is like a gentle day or a whisper, never aggressive and always unconditional. Who in your life do you need to show grace to? (1 Tim. 1:12-17)