The season of Advent continues as the Old Testament prophets point to the coming Messiah.
Our theme for Advent is hope, and that hope is first established in the Old Testament.
The Book of Hebrews reveals the ultimate covenant between God and his people lies in the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
In a world full of hatred and division, scripture tells us that love is the answer.
The Letter to the Hebrews was written to show that Jesus Christ fulfilled the role of High Priest by taking on the sins of the world through his sacrificial death and resurrection.
Pastor Gary continues his series from the Letter to the Hebrews.
We celebrate Communion with Christians around the world on this special day.
From a Hershey Chocolate factory to a potter’s workshop, modern and ancient metaphors help us understand that God seeks to remold and make us to be perfect — the perfect kiss.
For United Methodist Women Sunday we welcome Julie Supplee, Executive Director of the House of Refuge, a non-profit organization that ministers to homeless men, women and families.