Current Series:

August 30, 2020 – September 20, 2020
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One of the most beloved Bible passages of all time is the 23rd Psalm – written by a shepherd about a Shepherd. The image of sheep and shepherd is used hundreds of times in Scripture. It was a common vocation and a familiar image. But there were plenty of other vocations: blacksmiths, soldiers, tanners, landowners, merchants, jewelers, builders, and many more.

God chose to use that of a shepherd because it helped portray critical images and important dynamics that we needed to understand.
Join us online or onsite Sunday mornings as we take a deep dive into the wonder of God’s offer to be our good Shepherd.

Every first Sunday of the month we participate in the remembrance of communion together – either from the comfort of our homes and gatherings, or from the sanctuary – please have your elements prepared in advance, all you need is some juice, crackers/bread, and your Bible.