Sermon series

Note: These are individual sermons starting in the Summer of 2014, not connected to a specific sermon series.

We yearn to make sense of life generally, and our own life, particularly. 
     We desire purpose, a sense of significance, or calling. 
          We crave intimacy, a sense of belonging. 
               We are created, both with these burning hearts, and the possibility for this hunger and thirst to be quenched.

FAQ 2019

A theology and practice of lament contributes to shaping our relationship with people, particularly from other life experiences, ethnicities and cultures. 

Lament confronts our tendency toward a posture of privilege, handing out or up, to the marginalized, or people we perceive as lesser.[1]