Current Sermon Series

A Six Week Series based on the Apostle Paul’s Letter to the GALATIANS…


It is for freedom that Christ set us free.  Stand firm, then, and do not let yourselves be bound and burdened again by a yoke of slavery.




Typically, Paul begins his letters with an extended, extravagant affirmation of the people to whom he is writing. But not this time.

Grace and peace to you … I am astonished that you are so quickly deserting the one who called you to live in the grace of Christ …

He is furious that the Gospel has been distorted by false teaching that turns the Good News of Jesus Christ into a racist and legalistic dogma. This conservative “circumcision faction” has eviscerated the accomplishment of Christ, the central truth of the New Testament, and contradicted the welcome of God extended to excluded Gentiles (all of us non-Jews).

Paul is zealous for the truth of the Gospel and the aggressive expansion of the mission of the nascent church throughout the Roman Empire. He traces the theme of his message from the Old Testament into the landmark life and saving work of Christ. He allows for no compromise here and pleads with his readers to remain faithful to the call of Christ that brings a radical freedom into human experience. This liberating invitation is always threatened by those who seek to impose additional conditions and customs upon those responding to God’s gracious appeal in Christ.

Please join us as we study the context of this theologically rich letter and explore the striking implications for own lives, ministries and witness.


Jan 20 Gal. 1:1-10 Fighting for the Gospel … and for the People who Need it

Jan 27 Gal. 1:11-24 From Saul to Paul: From Persecutor to Preacher

Feb 3 Gal. 2:1-21 Paul VS Peter: Justified by Faith, Delivered from Discrimination

Feb 10 Gal. 3:1-29 Abraham’s Legacy: Grace-orientation VS Law orientation

Feb 17 Gal. 4:1-31 A Cherished Child of God, No longer a Slave

Feb 24 Gal. 5, 6 What Counts is a New Creation and the Fruit of the Spirit


Please join us!  Sunday at 8:30 and 10:45 a.m.