Current Sermon Series

Join us this Summer and Fall as we work through the Sermon on the Mount in Matthew’s Gospel.

Over the past three decades, 40 million Americans no longer attend a local church (see “The Great Dechurching” by Jim Davis and Michael Graham). The reasons for this vary….church hurt, partisan politics, culture warring, transitions to new places. Russell Moore recently Tweeted, “One woman who left her local church posted R.E.M.’s ‘Losing My Religion’. The song’s usage was so common that many wondered if this woman was announcing that she was losing her faith. She responded to those questions by assuring people that, no, she had not lost her faith at all. She was afraid, though, that she was losing her church. It was not that she didn’t believe what her church had taught her, but that she didn’t believe her church believed what her church had taught her.”

The Sermon on the Mount reorients the local church to live in such a way that reflects the heart and character of Christ. What does it look like to follow Jesus, to be His disciple? The Sermon on the Mount answers that question. Join us this Summer and Early Fall, as we chip away at Jesus’ invitation to be His disciple.

If you are unable to join us in person, you can access the audio of many of our previous sermons below.