Yeah, But Hasn’t Christianity Done More Harm Than Good

So you like Jesus. You admire his life, you appreciate his teachings, you might even want to follow his example. But he comes with some extra baggage that you just can’t get past.

First on the list: Christians. They’re hypocritical and fake. Then there’s the Bible—a book filled with bad history and even worse violence. And isn’t religion just an ignorant person’s substitute for science, anyway?

Fair questions. They deserve honest answers. If you missed last week's sermon, you can check it out here. Then join us next Sunday at either 9:00 or 10:30 am, we hope to see you there!

Yeah, But Jesus & Science Don't Mix

So you like Jesus. You admire his life, you appreciate his teachings, you might even want to follow his example. But he comes with some extra baggage that you just can’t get past.

First on the list: Christians. They’re hypocritical and fake. Then there’s the Bible—a book filled with bad history and even worse violence. And isn’t religion just an ignorant person’s substitute for science, anyway?

Fair questions. They deserve honest answers. If you missed last week's sermon, you can check it out here. Then join us next Sunday at either 9:00 or 10:30 am, we hope to see you there!

Yeah, But the Bible Is Just Another Book

So you like Jesus. You admire his life, you appreciate his teachings, you might even want to follow his example. But he comes with some extra baggage that you just can’t get past.

First on the list: Christians. They’re hypocritical and fake. Then there’s the Bible—a book filled with bad history and even worse violence. And isn’t religion just an ignorant person’s substitute for science, anyway?

Fair questions. They deserve honest answers. If you missed last week's sermon, you can check it out here. Then join us next Sunday at either 9:00 or 10:30 am, we hope to see you there!

Yeah, But Christians Are Hypocrites

So you like Jesus. You admire his life, you appreciate his teachings, you might even want to follow his example. But he comes with some extra baggage that you just can’t get past.

First on the list: Christians. They’re hypocritical and fake. Then there’s the Bible—a book filled with bad history and even worse violence. And isn’t religion just an ignorant person’s substitute for science, anyway?

Fair questions. They deserve honest answers. If you missed last week's sermon, you can check it out here. Then join us next Sunday at either 9:00 or 10:30 am, we hope to see you there!

Be Salt & Light: Get Engaged

60. That's the percent of Americans who think sharing your faith with someone else is "extreme" behavior. Yet Jesus calls us to make disciples, and the eternal destiny of people hangs in the balance. 

So how do we reflect Jesus to an increasingly indifferent culture? How do we even hold a conversation about spiritual things in this polarized, politicized society? Join us at Trinity as we explore this together in our series "Be Salt & Light." If you missed last week's sermon, you can check it out here!

Be Salt & Light: The Key to Climate Change

60. That's the percent of Americans who think sharing your faith with someone else is "extreme" behavior. Yet Jesus calls us to make disciples, and the eternal destiny of people hangs in the balance. 

So how do we reflect Jesus to an increasingly indifferent culture? How do we even hold a conversation about spiritual things in this polarized, politicized society? Join us at Trinity as we explore this together in our series "Be Salt & Light." If you missed last week's sermon, you can check it out here! Then join us next Sunday at either 9:00 or 10:30 AM

Be Salt & Light: Shocking Love

60. That's the percent of Americans who think sharing your faith with someone else is "extreme" behavior. Yet Jesus calls us to make disciples, and the eternal destiny of people hangs in the balance. 

So how do we reflect Jesus to an increasingly indifferent culture? How do we even hold a conversation about spiritual things in this polarized, politicized society? Join us at Trinity as we explore this together in our series "Be Salt & Light." If you missed last week's sermon, you can check it out here! Then join us next Sunday at either 9:00 or 10:30 AM

Be Salt & Light: Who Turned Out the Lights?

60. That's the percent of Americans who think sharing your faith with someone else is "extreme" behavior. Yet Jesus calls us to make disciples, and the eternal destiny of people hangs in the balance. 

So how do we reflect Jesus to an increasingly indifferent culture? How do we even hold a conversation about spiritual things in this polarized, politicized society? Join us at Trinity as we explore this together in our series "Be Salt & Light." If you missed last week's sermon, you can check it out here! Then join us next Sunday at either 9:00 or 10:30 AM