Lent is a time of year in which we as Christians spend time reflecting on our actions, particularly our sinful actions. This Lent our series focuses on how we are “UNable,” to fulfill God’s perfect will and how that can sometimes skew how we view the world, but God NEVER leaves us there. Each Wednesday mid-week service connects to the following Sunday service. Wednesday services will focus on our sinful world-view, while Sunday services will focus on our lives because of Christ.



Lenten family meals are available every Wednesday beginning at 5:30PM.
Cost: Kids 12 & under $2, adults $4, max $15

All proceeds benefit the High School Jamaica Mission Trip


Ash Wednesday (Feb. 14) // We are: Unworthy
Sermon Text: Psalm 51:7-12

As the season of Lent begins, we are reminded that we are unworthy. We do not deserve anything but punishment and judgment from God. However, God works through us as unworthy people and King David is an amazing example. Although we are unworthy just like David, we go to God in repentance, seeking his forgiveness; trusting that even in our unworthiness, we are forgiven.

Feb 21 // We feel: Unknown
Sermon Text: Psalm 139:1-6

There are moments in our lives that we feel as if God is so distant from us. We are struggling with different things and in the midst of our struggle, we wonder if God knows anything about us. We feel unknown by a God who claims to be so present. Yet in our wondering, we must trust that God does indeed know us. We are his children. He knows our hearts and desires and all things about us.

Feb. 28 // We feel God is: Unfair
Sermon Text: Job 23:1-12

When tragedy strikes, we often ask, “what did I do to deserve this?” We feel as though God is being unfair, and feel so alone. We end up asking the question, “Where are you God?” The story of Job illustrates that even when we have these feelings, we must remember that God is always with us. Although life may seem unfair and we do not understand what is happening, God knows and he restores us to life according to his good and gracious will.

March 7 // We are: Unsatisfied
Sermon Text: Gen. 3:1-7; Psalm 145:14-21

In the world we live in today, it seems like we always want “the next best thing.” We are seemingly unsatisfied with the things we already have in our lives and so we are continually in search of something greater. This is at the heart of our sinful nature, as Adam and Eve desired to be like God. Our sinful flesh will always crave something more, but that is why we must not live according to flesh. Rather we must live according to the Word of God, knowing that he is always more than enough for us.

March 14 // We are: Uncertain
Sermon Text: Mark 9:14-25

Life is full of questions and doubts, often leading us to feel uncertain. We are not sure if we should make a big change, or maybe we are unsure if we are making the right decision for our families. But at a certain point, when being uncertain becomes overwhelming, it can lead us to even being uncertain about God. However, we must not be uncertain. Instead, we must turn to God and pray to Him knowing that he hears our prayers and always answers them.

March 21 // Unrighteous
Sermon Text: Romans 3:9-20

As we approach Holy Week, we are reminded of the current state of our lives, sinners. There is no getting around it and there is not one of us who does not sin. Our sin against God causes us to have a relationship with him in which we will always fall short. We are unrighteous in the eyes of God, apart from Jesus Christ. The work of Jesus Christ saves us from our unrighteousness and establishes a “right” relationship between God and us.



Feb. 18 // Unshaken
Sermon Text: James 1:12-18

When we are faced with any kind of trial, we are often worried about “why” this is happening. Often it feels as though our faith and trust in God is being put to the test and we begin to doubt. We must not doubt in these trials, rather we should seek God more fully and know that these trials can strengthen our faith. Jesus Christ is our rock and in the midst of trials we continue to pray that our faith is unshaken.

Feb. 25 // Unashamed
Sermon Text: Mark 8:27-38

There are so many things in life that we try to hide from the world around us. No one enjoys being shamed and so sometimes we do things in secret, hoping no one will ever find out. But God knows everything and we are not called to living in secret as Christians. Rather we are called to give up or secret ways and to live a life that is unashamed because of our savior Jesus Christ.

March 4 // Unmatched
Sermon Text: 1 Cor. 1:18-31

It is so easy to boast about ourselves. Everyone loves to “toot his own horn,” and everyone loves to receive praise for their work. “He’s owns the nicest house…she has the best car…” The world has created “idols and values,” for us and sometimes without even knowing it, we are attempting to live up to them. But in world that lifts up the desires of worldly standards, we as Christians need not to boast in the things that will fade away. Instead, if anyone boasts, let him boast in Jesus Christ because he is forever and he is unmatched.

March 11 // Unfailing
Sermon Text: John 3:14-21

Being a Christian is not an easy task. We are sinners and it is our nature to continually desire to turn away from God. It takes a conscious effort to turn our hearts to God. It is so much easier to turn away and that is often exactly what we do, especially as we follow the desires of our flesh that only lead us to darkness. But God is a loving God and he illustrates his love for us by sending his one and only Son. So that no matter how many times we turn away, he is always waiting for us to turn back to him. God’s love for us is eternal, everlasting, and unfailing.

March 18 // Unfinished
Sermon Text: John 6:35-40

It’s very easy to forget that story of Jesus is a story that is still happening. We believe that Jesus Christ came down and he died and rose for us. But the story is not over. Jesus did not live according to the standards of the world, rather he lived according to the will of his Father who sent him. We live in the knowledge that Jesus did complete the work of his Father, but he is not done. He is going to return and restore creation and raise us up on that last day. We await his return with great hope and until then, his work is unfinished.

March 25 // Undeniable
Sermon Text: Palm Sunday (Phil. 2:5-11)

In Jerusalem, so many years ago, Jesus entered the city riding upon a donkey and was welcomed by the crowds. His triumphal entry into the city is one of the most amazing moments in the Bible and yet just a few days later, he would be exiting on his knees and with a cross on his back. No other man could do what Jesus did for us. No other man could take on flesh and live a perfect life. But Jesus did exactly that and because of that he is highly exalted, the name above all names. Jesus Christ is the way, the truth, and the life; he is undeniable.