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Forever Changed

Have you ever stopped to consider the individual lives of our New Testament church founders? What were they walking through when they encountered Jesus? What life events troubled them and how did their Journey with Jesus transform the arc of their lives?

Forever Changed is a series that will explore the lives of 7 individuals found in the New Testament: Matthew, Nicodemus, Philip, the woman at the well, John, Peter and Mary Magdalene. We will wrestle with modern topics like church hurt, mental illness, deconstruction, the search for meaning and so much more. Our hope is to examine our own issues in light of the work that Jesus accomplished in the lives of our those in our Biblical text. We invite you to walk along with us as we experience lives that have been Forever Changed.

When You Pray

This series will focus on the incredible transformation that takes place When You Pray. We will anchor our two week series around the The Lord’s Prayer found in both the gospel of Luke and Matthew. In the same way that Jesus instructed his disciples to pray, we start each service by aligning our hearts by praying the Lord’s prayer. We will explore how Jesus chose to equip his disciples to pray and explore the exponential impact prayer can have within our spiritual lives as well as that of those around us. Join us as we study the beautiful gift of Prayer as one of the most important pillars of our faith journey.

Make Room

We do this every day without even thinking about it. We scoot over, add an extra place setting, hold the door on an elevator, rearrange the furniture, or move the cars in the driveway; we just naturally Make Room.

This Christmas, we invite you to Make Room for Christ. Preparing our hearts for the greatest gift ever given requires being intentional. Betrothed, Mary had big plans, yet she made room. Winding life down in her later years, Elizabeth made room. Studying the stars, the Magi saw something unexplained and made room. Its days of prominence had come and gone, yet, Bethlehem made room for a king in the most unlikely of places.

So, as you are Making room for all of the exciting moments this Christmas season will bring, we invite you to remember to Make Room for Christ.


The Apostle Paul’s letter to the churches of Galatia might be his most direct and harsh letter as he is deeply offended that anyone would minimize or pervert the Gospel message. The battle: Law vs. Faith. Can we work our way to salvation, or is salvation an act of faith? In this letter, Paul builds the theology that will forever establish the foundation of Christian thought.

Take Heart

Normalizing Recovery for each believer is paramount. The church has done well to lead people to an understanding of salvation, but often, the journey stops at the Cross. In this series, we focus on one of the ministries of Community Life Church called Celebrate Recovery. Celebrate Recovery picks up in a believer's life journey by helping to process and find healing for all of life’s hurts, hang-ups, and habits. In this work, we move beyond salvation and start to discover freedom in life. Each service details the ministry of CR followed by a 20-minute testimony by someone working through the steps.


The Gospel According to Matthew Series is designed to provide insight and engagement into one of our four Gospel narratives. It is vitally important to remember that we have one Gospel. This one Gospel has been given to us through our four prominent Biblical sources known to us as The Gospels According to Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Each of our writers has a different context, bend, and focus in documenting the life of Christ. This series takes Matthew’s account and unpacks what makes his writing unique.

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