FAITH OAKVILLE: This is not just Another series. “One Another” is a repeated expression in the New Testament, describing a culture where God’s people are to be connected to one Another in ways the world has not seen.
FAITH OAKVILLE: God wants His people to truly become “laborers in God’s vineyard”. This five-week message series will focus on Greg Finke’s book Joining Jesus on His Mission, which will introduce the practices (or rhythms) of Joining Jesus on His Mission. We’re praying these five weeks will not only be life-changing for you, but also transformative for our church family as we are faithful to be people connecting people to the extraordinary life found in Jesus – one person, one family, one community at a time... where we live, work, play, and even go to school. Let’s Join Jesus on His Mission.
FAITH COLUMBIA: This recording by Luke is very insightful for our lives today as Christ Followers. We always look for Jesus in the BIG things…the spectacular…the miraculous signs. But these two disciples saw Jesus in the simple breaking of a hunk of bread from the full loaf. Yes, Jesus did some spectacular things. But most often, He was seen by His followers in the simple way(s) He reached out to people and in the sharing of the life-changing Gospel. Where are you looking for Jesus?
FAITH COLUMBIA: Look, I am about to do something new; even now it is coming. Do you not see it? With these words from Isaiah 43:19 God reminds His people that He has opened new doors, has provided ways when there seemed none, and led them where He wanted to go.
Midweek Advent worship will be only online this year, focusing on Family Traditions. For three Wednesdays, beginning December 2 at 7 pm, services will include a time of worship and message highlighting the meaning beyond the traditions of putting up Christmas lights, the Christmas tree, and the practice of gift-giving.
Our weekend worship and messages during December will center around the historic tradition, Christmas Carols. The Carols have been a staple of the Advent/Christmas season for hundreds of years, bringing joyful, familiar lyrics and tunes that often conjure up memories of Christmases from the past.
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.
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?
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.
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.
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.