By: The Clergy Team
Congregational Care is an important part of “watching over one another in love,” building relationships, and embodying the love of God to one another. It is a ministry of all Christians, lay and clergy, and is a part of our Wesleyan heritage.
We were never created to “go it alone.” We were designed to share life together.Learn more
By: Rev'd Dr. Johnny Jeffords
Our Summer worship series is soon to begin and invites us to sit with one of the most compelling figures in the whole of Biblical literature, David, a man whom scriptures describes as one “after God’s own heart.” We all know some of David’s story. It’s very episodic. No differently than any one of us can or should be defined by the best or worst thing we’ve done, neither can David. Brought together our stories say more than just who we are, they bear witness to the ways God has been with us in them and through them.Learn more