Learning From The Master (our spring series is here!)


OK, so it's snowing a little as I'm writing this and I'm working very hard to see the silver lining in a -5 windchill during the first week of April. Anyone have any suggestions???

However, in spite of the strange "spring" we're having, I'm excited about the new series we're starting on Sunday called "School of Prayer". I've been thinking a lot lately about the vital role that prayer plays in our lives and how much God wants to teach us and change us through communicating with Him. So, what is the best way to pray?

For the next few weeks we're going to be like the disciple who wanted to know the answer to that question, too, so he went right to source: 

One day, Jesus was praying in a certain place. When he finished one of his disciples said to him, ‘Lord, teach us to pray...’
— Luke 11:1

This is where we're going to start because this is where Jesus' teaching about prayer started. I invite you to come along with us as we learn from the Master.

See you on Sunday,
Pastor Tracy

Did you participate in our Good Friday "Better Than" video?

Did you see it on Easter Sunday? It was absolutely incredible - powerful, honest and heart-felt with the potential to minister to so many others! 

We would love to be able to share it online but we won't do it without your permission. If you or your children made a sign and had your picture taken by Walt and Rob, please click the button below and let us know if you're OK with us sharing it online. If you'd like to see it first, simply mention that in your email and we'll send you a private link.

Thank you! He is risen indeed!
#JesusIsAll #BetterThan #AllTheThings

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This Sunday...

School of Prayer: Teach Us The Posture

The first thing we learn from Jesus about prayer in Matthew 6 is how to posture our hearts. It isn't about following a formula or a 5-step program. From creation until now it's always been about the heart. 

You can follow along with the message on YouVersion Events. Here's the link.