Sermons and Messages

Every week our ministers and guest speakers wrestle with important issues of life and death, faith, hope, and love.  Listen or watch one of our messages.  Then reach out to us and let us know what you think.

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Upcoming Sermons, Services, and Talks

This Sunday 



10:00 a.m. Traditional

What Does Love Look Like?

Rev. Victor Parachin

What the world needs now is love, sweet love, 
It’s the only thing that there’s just too little of             
– Burt Bacharach 

That song was first recorded in 1965 and gained popularity all over the world.  Love is important. We think about it, talk about it, sing about it.  But, what does “love” look like?   What is the “love” that the world needs now?



11:30 a.m. Contemporary

20 Seconds of Courage

Louie Rojas

What’s the worst thing you’ve done? What’s the best thing you’ve done? How did courage impact the choices you made? Summoning insane courage to do the right thing and make the right choice requires fortitude, which can be learned. I will share my “Jonah story” and talk about ways to be valiente and courageous.


11:30 a.m. Humanist

Courage: The Willingness to Squander Values

Doug Inhofe

We often face difficulties and sometimes things get worse—how discouraging is that! As we mature, we understand we must face problems head-on. Our courage is our commitment to problem solving. Not all of our problems can be resolved completely, yet still we try. Our attempts are courageous. Committing ourselves, and directing our actions to a worthwhile goal is courageous, even when we fall short.