Legend Community Church
The God Who Loves

The God Who Loves

May 28, 2020

We take for granted that God is love, and forget what an odd idea that has been throughout history.  This morning we'll think a little bit about what the other gods in history have looked like, and how they're still active today, and we have to choose them or a God of love. 

Rhythm - Day of Atonement

Rhythm - Day of Atonement

March 15, 2020

Ancient Israel had a built in rhythm to their personal, communal, and spiritual lives that centered around festivals and holy days. During Lent, we’ll be exploring some of the high points of that “sacred time” and looking at how we can incorporate a rhythm of rest, work, thanksgiving and remembering into our own lives, heading into Easter, the Church’s own great festival.

Rhythm - New Moon Festivals

Rhythm - New Moon Festivals

March 9, 2020

Ancient Israel had a built in rhythm to their personal, communal, and spiritual lives that centered around festivals and holy days. During Lent, we’ll be exploring some of the high points of that “sacred time” and looking at how we can incorporate a rhythm of rest, work, thanksgiving and remembering into our own lives, heading into Easter, the Church’s own great festival.

Rhythm - Sabbath

Rhythm - Sabbath

March 1, 2020

Ancient Israel had a built in rhythm to their personal, communal, and spiritual lives that centered around festivals and holy days. During Lent, we’ll be exploring some of the high points of that “sacred time” and looking at how we can incorporate a rhythm of rest, work, thanksgiving and remembering into our own lives, heading into Easter, the Church’s own great festival.

Ash Weds on a Sunday

Ash Weds on a Sunday

February 23, 2020
This week begins the Christian tradition of Lent, 40 days of prepation, fasting, meditation and other disciplines designed to prepare us for the coming of Easter Sunday. Many different Chrsitian traditions begin their Lent season with an Ash Wednesday service, a time dedicated to remembering Jesus' sacrifice and for us to take our own place in that story.

Not having a building has made it really difficult for us to find a consistent way to practice Ash Wednesday, so this year, we're going to have our Ash Wednesday celebrations on Sunday, 2/23. This will be a quieter and more introspective time of worship, a time where we invite most of our kids (nursery care will still provided) to worship with us, and a time to begin the Lent season on the right foot.

1 Corinthians 15-16 Resurrection, Christ and Him Crucified redux

1 Corinthians 15-16 Resurrection, Christ and Him Crucified redux

February 16, 2020
Join us this Sunday for our new sermon series looking at Paul’s letter to the Corinthians! In what may have been the most dysfunctional church in the ancient world (and, that’s saying something!), Paul found grace and mercy and community to encourage the Corinthians to be the example Jesus had called them to be. As we start this new year, join us in thinking about the way the church is supposed to be, and how we can all move in that direction together!
 
1 Corinthians 12 - Spiritual Gifts

1 Corinthians 12 - Spiritual Gifts

February 10, 2020

Join us this Sunday for our new sermon series looking at Paul’s letter to the Corinthians! In what may have been the most dysfunctional church in the ancient world (and, that’s saying something!), Paul found grace and mercy and community to encourage the Corinthians to be the example Jesus had called them to be. As we start this new year, join us in thinking about the way the church is supposed to be, and how we can all move in that direction together!

 
 

 

1 Corinthians 11, Church Worship

1 Corinthians 11, Church Worship

February 2, 2020

Join us this Sunday for our new sermon series looking at Paul’s letter to the Corinthians! In what may have been the most dysfunctional church in the ancient world (and, that’s saying something!), Paul found grace and mercy and community to encourage the Corinthians to be the example Jesus had called them to be. As we start this new year, join us in thinking about the way the church is supposed to be, and how we can all move in that direction together!

1 Corinthians 8-10, Idols

1 Corinthians 8-10, Idols

January 26, 2020

Join us this Sunday for our new sermon series looking at Paul’s letter to the Corinthians! In what may have been the most dysfunctional church in the ancient world (and, that’s saying something!), Paul found grace and mercy and community to encourage the Corinthians to be the example Jesus had called them to be. As we start this new year, join us in thinking about the way the church is supposed to be, and how we can all move in that direction together!

1 Corinthians 5-7 Human Sexuality

1 Corinthians 5-7 Human Sexuality

January 19, 2020

Join us this Sunday for our new sermon series looking at Paul’s letter to the Corinthians! In what may have been the most dysfunctional church in the ancient world (and, that’s saying something!), Paul found grace and mercy and community to encourage the Corinthians to be the example Jesus had called them to be. As we start this new year, join us in thinking about the way the church is supposed to be, and how we can all move in that direction together!