Look at the story of Peter, who struggled to live up to his high standards but found that God's grace was enough to redeem, restore, and release him. When Peter met Jesus, he realized the reality of something much greater and bigger than himself. He had a moment of confession where he saw his own brokenness, but Jesus did not condemn him. Fear of change and leaving the comfort of the known can make people reluctant to embrace God's call for their lives. The theme of the text is grace, which is present even when we are not enough.
Plan your visit:
Wednesday, April 5, 2023
Sanctuary: 6:30 PM
Sunday, April 9, 2023*
Sanctuary: 8:00, 9:15, 10:30, or 11:45
Venue: 8:10, 9:25, 10:40, or 11:55
*NO connect groups for the day.
Pick one of our 9 Easter services to attend
Come as you are! Most of our members are casual dressers and find themselves in jeans and t-shirts/button ups/polos
Visitors, park in the closest spots you can find. Members, park in the furthest spots you can to make room for our guests.
What to Expect
Sanctuary Service: Our sanctuary services are no different than a normal Sunday morning. ALL five Sanctuary Services will feature live presentation of the message by Pastor Rick.
Venue Service: our venue service will be held in our youth area and will feature a full band with incredible worship music and a streamed message with Pastor Rick.