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Creed

Many people have different understandings of Christianity. This is not new. In the early church, there were the same questions about what Christians believed. In 390 A.D. the Church came to some agreements about our basic beliefs and presented them as the Apostle’s Creed. Join us for the season of Lent as we explore these powerful words of our faith. 

February 11 I Believe Hebrews 11:1-7
Belief is one of those words that seems so simple but is extremely complicated. When thinking about belief we are often referring to our preferences or opinions - I believe she is nice or I believe Fords are better than Chevys. What you believe about God may be the most important thing you figure out. This week we will look at why knowing what you believe is important to the Christian faith.

February 18  I Believe in God, the Father Almighty Psalm 19:1-6, Exodus 3:13-14 
Perhaps you have been asked this question – Who is God? This is the big question and certainly a most important one. Over time more and more people have questioned whether or not God is even real. This week we will look at the evidence we have for the existence of God and the reason that faith in God is so important to our individual and corporate life.

February 25 I Believe in Jesus Christ, His Only Son, Our Lord Philippians 2:5-11 
Many faiths believe that there is a God. What sets Christianity apart is our belief that Jesus, the Son of God, actually lived, died and was resurrected. But is there evidence beyond the Bible for this? Join us this week as we talk about evidence for the real Jesus. 

March 4  | And in the Holy Spirit…Acts 2:1-13 
“What is it with the Holy Spirit?  I simply don’t understand it.”  This is a common phrase uttered by Christians all over the world. The Holy Spirit is the least known and least understood person of the Trinity. This week we will take a look at who the Holy Spirit is, what the Holy Spirit does, and why the Holy Spirit matters. 

March 11 |  The Holy Catholic Church, The Communion of Saints… 1 Corinthians 12:1-11
Some people have the perception that the church is filled with hypocrites. How can we say that the church is both holy and universal if this is the case? Maybe the challenge is we have been looking at church incorrectly. What if the church is holy and we need to see it from a different perspective? Join us this week as we discuss how the church has been chosen to represent Christ in the world.

March 18 | The Forgiveness of Sins Colossians 3:12-17 
This may be news to some, but the Christian faith is not about making people feel guilty. One of the central tenets of Christianity is the idea that God forgives sins. Every single person needs forgiveness. If God forgives us, how much more should we share that same gift with others? Join us this week to hear how your life can be transformed by three simple words.

March 25 | Palm Sunday

April 1 |  The Resurrection of the Body and the Life Everlasting  1 Corinthians 15:12-23
Jesus rose from the dead and as a result, there is a resurrection of the human body. Can you believe that? What does that mean? While we don’t know much about life after death, there are some powerful things we do know. These things don’t change us later, the reality of heaven should transform us now. This week we will discuss how the resurrection of the body changed everything not just 2000 years ago, but today as well.

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