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Holy Justice

What an amazing Sunday we had in Wesley Hall!  The atmosphere was excited and the music moved the spirit!  I hope you join us this Sunday as we continue to improve our worship space and experience.

We continue our series on the things that are Hallowed. This week we speak about how Justice can be Holy. What does Justice mean to you?  How do we stand for justice and/or create justice in our lives?  Jesus’ life and teachings show us that justice takes time and effort, join us as we ask the question how!  See you Sunday at 11 am in the Basement!

Grace and Peace,
Travis

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A New Day!

Sunday is moving day!  Ignite is moving our worship area down to Wesley Hall (the Basement). This is the space underneath the main sanctuary. It is a beautiful space and should make for a great worship space!  Change is always hard, but we are excited about how God may use this new space for us to meet new people. We invite you to park in the indicated lot and then enter where you see the Ignite banner. (see below)

This Sunday we continue our series on Hallowed and we look at how our Pain can be Holy. We often don’t think of our pain and struggles as a good thing, but it is amazing how God can use our pain and struggle to do amazing things. Our past and the struggles we have form us in powerful ways. We hope you will join us Sunday at 11 as we worship!

Grace and Peace,
Travis

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Hallowed Family

Who is your family?  What does family mean to you?  Family can be two parents and two kids, a single parent and kids, blended families, stepfamilies, distant relatives, adoption and so much more!  In today’s culture family can mean so many things!  Can our families be holy? The church has often claimed the family as something traditional that doesn’t change and is spoken of through scripture, but what if the family is more?  This Sunday we listen to the story of the prophet Samuel and ask what did family mean to him and how God used his hallowed family to speak.  Join us Sunday at 11 as we worship!

Grace and Peace,
Travis

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Hallowed

“Our Father who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name.”  The Lord’s prayer is something we all know and say, but what does hallowed mean?  It is connected to Halloween and it is all related to things that are holy. So when you hear the word holy what do you think of?  Maybe a church, or the Bible?  What if there are so many more things that are holy? 

This Sunday we begin a new sermon series on the things that are Holy. Do we ask what are the everyday things in our lives that are holy?  Join us Sunday as we dig into the story of Abram and what holiness means. 

Grace and Peace,
Travis

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Saying no…

In the last few weeks, we have had amazing conversations about our worries and how we struggle with the unknown. We have talked about time, money, the pandemic, and letting go of our past.  This Sunday we wrap up this series as we talk about how God calls us to create boundaries!  Did you know God wants us to say no sometimes!  God wants us to say no so that God can say yes in our lives!  Join us Sunday at 11 as we say no to say yes!

Grace and Peace,
Travis