Sermons

Current Series

The Greatest

The Greatest is a series with the two greatest commandments found in Mark 12. Join us the next few weeks has we discover what it means to love God with all of your heart, soul, mind, and strength and to love others.

Jesus say's "The most important is, ‘Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one.  And you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’The second is this: ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no other commandment greater than these.” #greatestlove 

The Making of a Leader

Over the summer, we will look at two Old Testament leaders who demonstrated key leadership principles. Join us at one of our five campuses to look at the lives of Esther and Nehemiah #cfleader. 

Live Generously

A three-week sermon series studying what it means to live a generous life! #livegenerously

You Asked For It

Have you ever wondered what followers of Jesus thinks about certain issues, or why Christians believe what they do? One of the major issues facing East Bay churches today is that they’re answering questions no one is asking.

We decided to change that. Well, actually YOU decided to change that when you told us which questions you’d like your church to answer.

Humble Servant Risen King

We celebrate who Jesus is this Easter season through his character of a humble servant. Join us the next few weeks as we focus on the servanthood of Jesus, and how you can model this in your daily life. #cfeaster

The First News

The book of Mark was the first recorded teachings of Jesus’ life and the first time people started hearing about Jesus. This discusses the stories of Jesus’ miracles, teachings, and life. Join us as we take a look at how this news changed the lives of many then and now! #thefirstnews

Faith

Pastor Billy rings in the New Year with a message of Faith. 

Prepare Him Room

During this season, we invite you into our living room as we experience the miracles around Jesus and His birth together. The sermon series will end with a Christmas Eve celebration across all of our campuses!

1 Peter

A study in the book of 1 Peter. This rich letter will challenge us to continue pursuing Christ amidst feeling like an outsider or while facing persecution. #firstpeter

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