recent sermons organized by series
Growing in Groups
September 2nd - 23rd
Healthy things grow and people are not any different. Some growth can happen independently, by ourselves. But, God created us for community and the best way to grow is to belong to a group of people that love you, as you, and receive your unique contribution to the world with joy.
Living In His Presence
August 5th - August 26th
Every creature created thrives in a specific environment. For birds it is the air, for fish it is the water, but man was created to thrive in the presence of God.
The Gift of Godly Leadership
July 1st - July 22nd
God established Leadership when He instituted direct and delegated authority. When godly men and women function in godly leadership it glorifies God and is a gift to His people.
"Jesus was the greatest leader of all time because He was the greatest follower of all time."
The holy ghost: God Here and now
May 6th - June 10th
The Holy Spirit is God. He is the third part of the Trinity. He is a person, not an it. He is here with us today and wants you to experience Him and have a relationship with Him. Come meet the Holy Spirit of God.
Names of God
April 1st - April 22nd
Exploring the names of Jesus, the names of the Father, the names of the Holy Spirit, and the names God calls us.
March 4th - 25th
A spiritual awakening that revives the Christian, reforms the church, and transforms the community for generations to come.
Based on Acts 2:38-47
Created FOr Community
The Godhead said, "Let us make man in our image." The Godhead exist in continual fellowship with each other. They made man in their image that we might enjoy community to it's fullest. In this series we will discuss the need for connection, how to build relationship and live in intimate relationship with one another.
Topics: Singleness, Making Friends, Marriage, Living in Community
Life After 40
November 12th - December 3rd
After New Covenant Church's 40th Birthday, we started a sermon series called Life After 40 that explores the idea that "it only gets better on the other side of the hill."