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Love God

FAITH COLUMBIA: The greatest commandment ever given is found way back in the book of Deuteronomy 6: Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength. But what does that look like? What does Jesus mean when He says, “This is the greatest commandment?” In this message series, we will discover how our hearts, souls, and strength each point to the greatness of this commandment. Together, we’ll challenge ourselves to love God with our whole selves.

Celebrate Faith

FAITH OAKVILLE: Faith is seventy-five years old in November 2020, and that signals a time to celebrate and give thanks for what the Lord has done and look forward with vision and anticipation at what the Lord has in store for His church for the next seventy-five years.  Each Sunday in November, we will highlight a celebration: the Gospel message faithfully proclaimed for seventy-five years, the mission He has given us to reach Oakville and beyond, the servants and leaders who have been a blessing throughout our history, and the way God has generously provided, allowing His Church to move forward in mission and ministry.

Love God

FAITH COLUMBIA: The greatest commandment ever given is found way back in the book of Deuteronomy 6: Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength. But what does that look like? What does Jesus mean when He says, “This is the greatest commandment?” In this message series, we will discover how our hearts, souls, and strength each point to the greatness of this commandment. Together, we’ll challenge ourselves to love God with our whole selves.

The Gospel According To

FAITH COLUMBIA: In this series, The Gospel According To___________, we will seek to hear and identify with the Gospel while we uncover, expose, and learn how to combat the false gospels in our life.

Worship With All

FAITH OAKVILLE: In this series we will focus on how our worship is not limited to sitting in the seats on Sundays. Worship cannot be neatly confined to discrete times or places; nor can it be limited to a specific aspect of our lives. Worship is holistic; it is reflected in all we do and all we are. But despite the breadth and depth of our worship, it can still be summarized with five words, "Love the Lord with all." Jesus says, "Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all you mind and with all your strength" (Mark 12:30). And David says, "Bless the Lord, O my soul, and all that is within me, bless his holy name! (Psalm 103:1). We worship God with all believers and with all that is within us.

Together

FAITH COLUMBIA: We're in this together! That statement is one that lets us know we aren't alone, that others feel what we are feeling, and that others are experiencing what we are experiencing. As the people of God, we often feel isolated and alone, but that is not how God intends for us to live. All throughout the Bible we see God's people gathering together, growing together, and being sent out together to multiply the kingdom of Jesus. We're in this together church! Join us as we explore and experience what it looks like to be the church - together.

Mission Possible

FAITH OAKVILLE: During the month of September, we will focus on what God is doing around the world and closer to home in our city. Each week we will focus on one of Faith's mission partners and discover how we can make an impact.

At The Movies 80s

Ah…movies from the eighties! So many classic movies were made during this decade. During this five-week summer series, we will have some fun highlighting classic movies that offer memorable teachable lessons about the realities of life.

Living in Babylon

The term Babylon is synonymous with a “pagan” culture, or non-Christian territory. Babylon in the O.T. was considered the enemy, the people who defeated the Israelites and made them exiles in a strange and foreign land that was not their home. In the same way, Christian believers who desire to live as children of God are feeling the effects of living in a changing post-Christian, even anti-Christian America.

Relate

This series focuses on relationships, the one area of our lives that provides the most joy or heartache. Whether you’re single or married, relationships can be difficult. In this series, our focus will be on all types of relationships: those within a marriage, in singleness, and in friendships. We’ll also discuss what it means to fight fairly and communicate effectively in relationships. Ephesians 5 serves as a foundational chapter for this series.

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