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You've Got a Friend sermon series image ​Jesus was accused of being a friend to the wrong people. He also had high expectations for friendship, as once he said the greatest love is in one wh read more... 4/25/2021
Youth Sunday 2023 sermon series image The unknowns of something new can be daunting. Yet, when we step beyond the comfort of our borders, we get to experience the mystery and beauty of read more... 8/27/2023
You Name It, You Take Care of It sermon series image In the second creation story in Genesis, God gave the human the power to name all the creatures. With the naming comes the responsibility to care fo read more... 4/16/2023
Worth the Wait: God, We’ve Made a Mess of Things. Can You Fix it? sermon series image During this season when COVID-19 has chased us indoors and, in many ways, away from one another, it is common to yearn for things to get back to norma read more... 11/29/2020
Winter Sermons sermon series image Rev. Zach Walker preaches Dec. 29, 2019 | Rev. Melanie Hardison preaches Jan. 5, 2020 read more... 12/29/2019
Winter Sermons sermon series image You will hear sermons from three Village pastors: Rev. Len Carrell (associate pastor in pastoral care), Rev. Tom Are, Jr. (senior pastor) and Rev. Dr. read more... 12/29/2019
Why Church? sermon series image The Pew Forum on Religion in Public Life reports that nearly a quarter of American adults say that they have no religious affiliation, an all-time hi read more... 6/4/2023
Why Can't We Get Past This? sermon series image In this series, Rev. Tom Are and Rev. Dr. Rodger Nishioka explore the pervasive and complex realities of racism in American Culture and The Church. | read more... 5/19/2019
Who Do People Say That I Am? sermon series image The birth of Jesus comes with many claims regarding his identity. Who is this child? The Angelic choir called him the messiah. Gabriel called him God’ read more... 1/12/2020
What Was Intended for Harm sermon series image If you know about Joseph in the Bible, you know life does not come without challenges, difficulties and trauma. As we look at Joseph we can draw out s read more... 9/4/2022
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