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Summer 2019
Lessons from Proverbs:The book of Proverbs is a collection of different teachings and sayings intended to provide guidance for our lives. Through this series you’re invited to consider “the good life”—life to the full.

Spring 2019
What’s our unique heritage at HCC? What will we make of our moment in the present to carry forward the mission and vision of our church for the future? During this series we focus on our role and our calling as stewards of the mission and ministries of our church. As we continue with plans for renovating and maintaining our building, each week we look at a different theme related to who we are as a community of God’s people.

Lent 2019 Series
On one occasion the disciples came to Jesus saying, “Lord, teach us to pray,” Jesus then responded offering a simple template for prayer, known to us today as “the Lord’s Prayer.” During this season of Lent leading up to Easter we look at a different line from the Lord’s Prayer and examining how it informs our understanding of prayer.

Winter 2019 Series
Throughout the four Gospels, we find many signs indicating that Jesus is unlike any other person. He came performing miracles—healing the sick, driving out demons, raising the dead, in addition to other acts of power over creation. All told, the Gospels record at least 37 detailed miracles of Jesus, but in John’s Gospel we read that these works are just a fraction of all that he performed and that “the whole world would not have room for all the books that could be written” (John 21:25). Each week, during the season known as Epiphany (which means “manifestation” or “appearance”) we look at a different miracle of Jesus and how these signs point to the significance of his coming.

A Celebration of the Life and Resurrection of Ronald L. Magnuson. Saturday, February 18, 2018

A popular sermon from the 2017 fall series, Questions Seekers Ask

A sermon from the 2017 summer series, Remember: Psalms of God’s Faithfulness