What Doesn't Change

In a time when so much is changing, how do we find and return to foundations that actually don’t change? These are the foundations that ground us; that remind us of what matters, what is true, and what lasts.

Part 1: There is Always a Bigger Picture

God’s work among us, his Divine Providence, carries with it one goal and one goal alone: a gentle movement of humanity toward heaven. Some days, faced with the challenges and tragedies of life, it can indeed be hard to see, much less acknowledge, that bigger picture. Let’s take the time to see it as best we can.

Sunday May 24, 10:30am

Part 2: Good Will Always Be Brought Out Of Evil

Bad things do indeed happen. Yet the endeavor of a loving God brings whatever good is possible out of deeply challenging circumstances. Join us as we move beyond theory into what that orientation actually looks like when lived through the eyes of Holocaust survivor Eva Kor and her friend Chris Dunn.

Sunday May 31, 10:30am

Part 3: God Will Always Be With Us (in honor of graduates)

As we close graduation season, let’s take time to honor graduates and their families as they move into the next phase of their lives. The inevitable uncertainty of transition times can always be tempered by remembering that God is on the path with us.

Sunday June 7, 10:30am

Part 4: The Future is the Present

Join Curtis Childs of “Off the Left Eye” for an inspiring service looking at the urgency of now, of living our lives with immediacy that brings us back to the present moment.

Sunday June 14, 10:30am

Part 5: God Will Always Make Things New

One of the real traps of the human condition holds us between the fear that things will never change and the fear that they will. Change does happen, at times slow and unseen, but always real. We close this series with a celebration of newness brought about by change.

Sunday June 21, 10:30am