The Dark Side of Christmas

In a galaxy far too close to home, there was a time of year that looked incredible.  The exterior facade was perfectly decorated with lights and presents, parties and jingles, but behind the veneer there was a very different reality.  This festive season was filled with the pain of loss, the pressure of expectation, and the crushing weight of debt.   While everything appeared to be fine, a shadow of darkness consumed the land and robbed this merry time of all hope.   It was the dark side of Christmas.


And just when all appeared to be lost, there was a disturbance in the force...  A baby was born!

  • A New Day Is Here


    December 26 & 27, 2015

    This week Pastor Ned talks to us about the incredible news that, because this Jesus came, we don't have to let the dark things of life win and can experience and share real freedom.


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  • An Unexpected hope


    December 24, 2015

    On Christmas Eve 2015, Pastor Rob talks to us about how some of the best things come from the most unexpected places and invites us all to be pleasantly surprised by all that the baby of Christmas can do in our lives today!


  • A Disturbance

    in the force


    December 19 & 20, 2015

    This week Pastor Rob talks to us about how a baby was born that changed everything, not just 2000 years ago but today and forever.


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  • Goodbye my friend


    December 12 & 13, 2015

    This week Pastor Ned talks to us about the difficulties of relational loss and how Christmas has a tendency to bring those painful memories back to the surface.


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  • The Weight of Gold


    December 5 & 6, 2015

    This week Pastor Rob talks to us about how financial expectations around the holiday season, whether we have money or not, can create stress and strain on all of us.


  • losing your way


    November 28 & 29, 2015

    This week Pastor Rob talks to us about how difficult things can bring darkness to our lives and cause us to lose our way.


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