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Genesis 3Why is life so difficult, and our work so hard? And how do we steward our responsibilities before God “this side” of Genesis chapter 3 and the fall of man? We’ve been focusing on “the Who” and “the why” of creation, in Genesis 1 & 2, as we explore what it means for us to belong. We’re anticipating “going home” to our new sanctuary, and ...…
 
Genesis 1 & 2We’ve been focusing on “the Who” and “the why” of creation, in Genesis 1 & 2, as we explore what it means for us to belong. We’re anticipating “going home” to our new sanctuary, and our expanded ministry capacity. But, what does it mean for US to belong, and how do we effectively invite new-would-be-worshippers to belong with us? I ...…
 
We're meeting Sunday's @ 9:30 AM at Edison School, 2 doors north of our church campus. But, on Sunday September 29 we will return home to our new worship sanctuary. This dedication service will take place at 10 amBy Terry Lee.
 
Genesis 1 & 2We’ve been focusing on “the Who” and “the why” of creation, in Genesis 1 & 2, as we explore what it means for us to belong. We’re anticipating “going home” to our new sanctuary, and our expanded ministry capacity. But, what does it mean for US to belong, and how do we effectively invite new-would-be-worshippers to belong with us? I ...…
 
Genesis 2:18God declared “it is not good for the man to be alone”. God exists in community, and we long to join Him, together. Adam & Eve, though made expressly for one another, found themselves estranged from one another and God. Humanity has been trying to bridge the gap ever since. Will you embrace the gift of belonging here, with us?…
 
Genesis 1-3This Sunday I will begin the teaching series that will take us into the fall … “A Place To Belong”. What is it that we are building, and how do we become the people God intends us to be? I’m excited about this series, predominantly drawn out of Genesis 1-3. And I’m looking forward to sharing what God has been showing me.…
 
Trisha Palmer opens up God's Word with us this morning, discussing Loss, Letting Go, and Hope, with illustration from the story of Abraham.By Trisha Palmer.
 
Matthew 18:15-20This Sunday, Helen Packard (YWAM Director, Teacher, and member of our OAC family) brings God's Word from Matthew 18:15-20, “Dealing With Sin in the Church”. We’re continuing to follow Jesus and His disciples as they turn and begin the journey towards Jerusalem. Our hope is that you will travel with Jesus this summer, wherever th ...…
 
Matthew 18:1-5This Sunday, Professor Colin Toffelmire opens up God's Word and discusses "who is greatest in the Kingdom of Heaven"?By Colin Toffelmire.
 
Matthew 17:24-27This week, Pastor Craig Somerville will open up God's Word and discuss "The Temple Tax" from Matthew 17:24-27.By Craig Somerville.
 
Matthew 17:1-13Peter, James and John have a genuine "mountain top" experience with Jesus! What was it about? What are the historic connections? What does this mean for me today? Open your bible to Matthew 17:1-13, please.By Kevin McCubbin.
 
Matthew 16:21-28Have you ever felt like your faith was strong, only to turn around and crash & burn? That seemed to be Peter in Matthew 16:21-28. OAC Elder Michael Packard digs into this passage.By Michael Packard.
 
Matthew 16:13-20We’re beginning a new teaching series this Sunday. “Holidays and Road Trips: Journeying With Jesus” begins to track Jesus and His disciples as they turn and begin the journey towards Jerusalem. Our hope is that you will travel with Jesus this summer, wherever that might lead you. It’s going to be a great day to be together in wo ...…
 
Matthew 15:21-39Happy Father’s Day, Dads! We’re wrapping up our teaching series “I Will Not Be Shaken” this Sunday, inviting the Holy Spirit to teach us from Matthew 15:21-39. What do we do when worship is coming from the “wrong” people? We’re going to explore this very strange and potentially offensive account this Sunday in “Shaken By Worship”.…
 
Matthew 15:1-20This Sunday, in our “I Will Not Be Shaken” series, we will listen to Jesus words about hypocrisy. It disturbs all of us, and can be difficult to detect, especially when it’s lurking in our own heart.By Terry Lee.
 
Matthew 14:22-33What storms are you facing? This Sunday we’re continuing in our “I Will Not Be Shaken” series, and looking at Matthew 14:22-33. What do we do when Jesus sends us straight into the tempest?By Terry Lee.
 
Matthew 14:13-21Last Sunday we considered the humanity of Jesus, and His ability to empathize with us. This Sunday we look at the power of His Divinity on display, and His invitation to trust His provision.By Craig Somerville.
 
Matthew 13:53-14:12We will begin a new series we’re calling “I Will Not Be Shaken”. This Sunday were looking at the rejection both Jesus and John the Baptist experienced as they followed God and His kingdom purposes. If you’d like to read it in advance, check out Matthew 13:53-14:12.By Terry Lee.
 
Matthew 13:44-52We will wrap up our “Jesus, The Story-teller” series. You’d be welcome to read our text Matthew 13:44-52, as we wrap up with “The Island of Treasures”. What is this “kingdom of heaven” treasure we’ve been given? And what are we to do with it?By Terry Lee.
 
Matthew 13:24-43This Sunday I’ll be preaching from Matthew 13:24-43, if you’d like to read it in advance. Jesus told some great stories! Maybe you’ve heard a few of them? …”The Heart of Middle Earth”, “The Not So Secret Garden”, “The Island of Treasurers”? Maybe it’s time to hear the parables of Jesus again?…
 
Matthew 13:1-23We love great stories, and Jesus told some great stories! Maybe you’ve heard a few of them? …”The Heart of Middle Earth”, “The Not So Secret Garden”, “The Island of Treasurers”? Maybe it’s time to hear the parables of Jesus again? I’ll be preaching from Matthew 13:1-23, if you’d like to read it in advance.…
 
Matthew 28:1-15 & 1 Corinthians 15 THIS is the starting point of hope. It was the realization of centuries of anticipation. And WE live with responsibility to one life changing, eternity altering question …what will you do with Jesus? Consider what He has done for you!By Terry Lee.
 
Our Good Friday service this year consisted of worship in song, a brief message, the celebration of the Lord’s Supper followed by interactive stations around the facility, highlighting four words - Forgiveness, Hope, Presence & Surrender. "Jesus' Words of Eternal Hope” ends with His final words “it is finished”.…
 
Matthew 21:1-22Matthew recounts the extraordinary events which would begin Jesus final week of ministry in Matthew 21:1-22. But what does this mean for us today? This Sunday we will continue in our “Conversations With Jesus” series, and explore His “Words About Victory”.By Terry Lee.
 
We will host our own Good Friday service. Since we are not in our own church building, we are bringing a completely different spin to the Easter Path, which we have historically hosted. Good Friday April 19 @ 9:30 am we will host an interactive, family friendly, Good Friday Service at Edison School. It will include worship in song, a shorter me ...…
 
Matthew 12:46-50Jesus kept re-defining so many things, and that includes family! This Sunday “Words About Family” in our “Conversations With Jesus” series. We’ll be in Matthew 12:46-50.By Craig Somerville.
 
Matthew 12:22-45As we converse with Jesus we learn a lot! This week, we’re inviting His instruction concerning the spiritual realm, and specifically the influence Satan has in our world. Matthew 12:22-45 is the specific text, if you want to read it in advance (it’s broader than just the demonic, and raises real questions concerning leadership i ...…
 
Matthew 12:1-21Jesus spoke to leaders in His day, and His words continue to speak to us as leaders. Whether you’re leading at work, in your home, on your street or in our church, we need to hear Jesus. Even as we prepare to vote for leaders, the words of Jesus are instructive. We’ll be in Matthew 12:1-21 this Sunday.…
 
Matthew 11:25-30The Son spoke to the Father, and what resulted was Praise and Worship! Has that ever struck you as funny? That’s not the only thing unusual in this Sunday’s passage! If you get a chance, read Matthew 11:25-30. We’re continuing in our Lent series “Conversations With Jesus” this Sunday, listening in as Jesus speaks to the Father.…
 
Matthew 11:1-24This Sunday we’re beginning a new series, which will lead us through the season of Lent. “Conversations With Jesus” will be a series where we hear people pose hard questions to Jesus. We get to listen, interact and learn. This week, John the Baptist asks “Did I get it wrong?” Maybe you’ve asked this question too?…
 
Matthew 10:24-42What does a follower of Jesus look like? What character marks or qualities should I aspire to nurture in my life? This Sunday we will wrap up our “Compassion of Jesus” sermon series. Take the time to read Matthew 10:24-42, if you can.By Craig Somerville.
 
Matthew 10:16-23How are we to respond when our faith is rejected? After all, it can feel like WE have been rejected. And many have even felt this sting of rejection from close friends or family members. Jesus has some counsel for us on this, and I hope you’ll check it out with us!By Terry Lee.
 
Matthew 10:1-20What does Jesus call us to do, as a result of His compassion for others? In our new series, “The Compassion of Jesus”, we are exploring this question. Come explore where the extraordinary love of God is taking us as followers of Jesus and as the church of Jesus.By Terry Lee.
 
Matthew 9:35-10:8We’re starting a new teaching series this Sunday. For the next few Sundays we’re looking at Jesus commission to His church in a series called “The Compassion of Jesus”. Who are those Jesus commissions to do His work? What is that work? And what is it we actually expect to accomplish? This Sunday is “The Work of the Church”. Giv ...…
 
Matthew 9:18-38We’re going to warm up the room with our praise and worship, and invite Jesus to speak to us from Matthew 9:18-38… “Great Faith, Little Faith”, what is faith and what does it do?By Terry Lee.
 
Matthew 9:1-17We’re in Matthew 9:1-17 and studying Jesus’ authority to forgive sin. I hope this will be an enormously encouraging message for you.By Terry Lee.
 
Matthew 8:18-34What happens when Jesus shows up in a town? We’re continuing in Matthew 8 this Sunday and exploring Jesus and His work then and now! This Sunday we’re looking at Jesus call to follow Him, from Matthew 8:18-34 and Jesus’ authority over the power of nature and hell.By Terry Lee.
 
Matthew 8:1-17What happens when Jesus shows up in a town? This Sunday we’re opening up Matthew 8 and exploring Jesus and His work then and now! I hope you can be present? We’re starting a new teaching series called “When Jesus Shows Up In Your Town”. This Sunday we’re looking at Matthew 8:1-17 and Jesus’ authority to heal.…
 
Matthew 7:13-29 What will it be? Narrow or wide, true or false, the way of wisdom or the way of the fool? The choice is obvious, but will you say “yes”? Are you only a fan of Jesus or truly a follower?By Craig Somerville.
 
Matthew 7:1-12As we come to the close of 2018 Jesus invites us to assume a posture of introspection. We are being invited to assume a posture of humility as we anticipate 2019 and what Jesus wants to do in it. ““Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you.” We typically read this passage wit ...…
 
Matthew 2:1-12We’re continuing in our “God’s Love Broke INN” series this third Sunday of Advent, with “Outsiders INN”. You’ll be glad you read Matthew 2:1-12; God’s reach and embrace is broad and welcoming, even as He navigates the incredible brokenness and hostility of our world!By Terry Lee.
 
Matthew 1:18-25The accounts of the coming of the Messiah record remarkable inconvenience and disruption to the lives of everyone involved. But the story of God breaking into our world has always been one of upturned expectations, and unexpected visitors, and expanded horizons, and inconvenient crises. Perhaps it all sounds very familiar to you ...…
 
Matthew 1:1-17Merry Christmas! This Sunday we begin to anticipate the celebrations around the coming of our Saviour, by observing the season of Advent! These next 4 Sundays we will reflect on a different aspect of the Christmas story through a teaching series we’re calling “God’s Love Broke INN”. This Sunday we’re reviewing Matthew 1:1-17… God’ ...…
 
Matthew 6:1-15We are continuing in our “Jesus Takes The Stage” series, looking at the upside down teachings of Jesus. This week we come to Matthew 6 and Jesus’ instructions concerning praying effectively.By Terry Lee.
 
This coming Sunday we are continuing in our “Jesus Takes The Stage: the upside down teachings of Jesus” series.By Craig Somerville.
 
Matthew 5:33-48 The rules are clear, aren’t they? How we make contracts, what we do to those who break them, who we love and who we hate …what’s unclear? Followers of Jesus conduct business differently… are you a fan or a follower? Do people know you follow Jesus via your moral conduct?By Terry Lee.
 
Matthew 5:17-32Sometimes Jesus says some things that are really challenging to understand. This Sunday we dive into the thick of it. You might enjoy reading Matthew 5:17-32 in advance of Sun-day. What does murder and divorce have in common?By Terry Lee.
 
Matthew 5:1-16We are beginning a new series called “Jesus Takes The Stage: the upside down teachings of Jesus”. You can read Matthew 5:1-16 in advance, if you’d like to prepare.By Terry Lee.
 
Matthew 4:12-25What does it mean to follow Jesus? How does one begin? How does one grow? You will enjoy reading this week’s text, if you get a chance … Matthew 4:12-25. What does it mean for us to respond to the kingly leadership of Jesus?By Craig Somerville.
 
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