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November 28, 2015 to December 24, 2015
“It’s the most wonderful time of the year…” The Christmas season is a time filled with promise. But what is the promise of Christmas? If we’re not clear about what Christmas really promises, we might just miss out on what makes it the most wonderful time of the year. Join us as we take a five-week journey this Advent back to Bethlehem and recall the promises that were made by the prophets, the angels, the wise men and shepherds, and how their fulfillment is still what makes this “the most wonderful time of the year.” Each week you’ll enjoy the music of Christmas, the lighting of the Advent...

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November 7, 2015 to November 22, 2015
Your money or your life? This threat, long associated with television hold-ups, captures a truth about the dangers of overspending, spending foolishly or even hoarding money. Over the next three weeks, we’ll look at how the decisions we make about money can give us freedom and independence rather than stress and conflict. Join us as we look to the Bible and financial experts to help us develop a healthy relationship with money that will enhance our lives.

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October 10, 2015 to October 25, 2015

Three Most Important Words in the Church

October 4, 2015

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August 16, 2015 to September 20, 2015
We’re all searching... Sometimes the search is easy — simply type the question and the answer pops up. But, sometimes, our questions are complicated and the answers are difficult to see and even harder to articulate. In this series of messages, The Church of the Resurrection is exploring the essential beliefs of the Christian faith and why these beliefs matter. We’ll peel away the unnecessary, dismiss the extraneous and examine those truths that give meaning and purpose to life. If you are curious about Christianity, looking for answers to tough questions or wondering if faith really matters...

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July 26, 2015 to August 9, 2015
What can animated emotions who guide a hockey-loving 11-year-old girl, the residents of a hotel for the elderly and beautiful, and a high school coach and his novice cross country team teach us about the Christian life? More than you might think! Join us as Resurrection goes to the movies. Each week we’ll take a look at a recent movie and explore the lessons. Don’t miss this light-hearted sermon series with inspiring messages. JULY 25/26 – Inside Out AUGUST 1 /2 – The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel AUGUST 8/9 – McFarland, USA

The Stories Jesus Told: Discovering the Parables

June 27, 2015 to July 19, 2015
When Jesus taught he often spoke in parables – short stories from real life that address important questions: What is God really like? How are we meant to live? Why do we struggle to do the right thing? What does God expect from us? Through the parables, Jesus sought to reveal what the Kingdom of God is like and to teach us the meaning of life. Some are simple to understand. Some are challenging. Join us as we explore the stories Jesus told.

Take Me Out to the Ballgame

May 30, 2015 to June 21, 2015
What is it about this game that spans generations and connects entire communities? Join us as we explore the great American pastime and learn lessons for the Christian life. You’ll hear insights from some professional baseball players that will have you saying “Put me in, coach!”

Special Guest- Bishop Sundo Kim

May 24, 2015
Resurrection is honored to welcome Bishop Sundo Kim to the pulpit. To many, Bishop Kim is the Billy Graham of Korean Methodism. He was sent to pastor the Kwang Lim Church in Seoul when the church had less than 200 people. When he retired 40 years later the church was the largest Methodist Church in the world with over 75,000 members. Bishop Kim led the church to be engaged in launching mission churches around the world.

A Commencement Address

May 17, 2015
What Jesus would say if he were invited to give a commencement address to high school or college graduates? Whether you are just graduating, or like many of us you can barely remember when you graduated, Jesus’ words will challenge and inspire you.