Do you ever feel like you are “missing something” as you interact with family, friends, and co-workers? Blindspots are real, and we all have them. This series, based on the life of the Old Testament character Joseph, explores key blindspots in our relationships and how we can take action for greater support and healing.
The vivid stories surrounding the first Easter remind us of God’s ultimate grace toward very flawed and broken people. Through the writings of Luke, we see how God systematically seeks after all that can be lost, and continues to offer hope that even today, we can still be found!
The Bible calls us to more than a moment of spiritual transformation, it calls us to a lifetime of healthy spirituality that actually changes our thoughts, feelings, and actions - a behavioral spirituality. The truths presented by Paul in Colossians about "putting off" old behaviors and "clothing" ourselves with a new way of living are the heart of our hope. This series explores how Paul’s spirituality stands up to modern behavioral science and meaningful psychological work.
Two thousand years ago at the first Christmas, the Holy Spirit was at work, weaving together a story of hope, light, and redemption. Nineteen centuries later Charles Dickens’ story gave us another set of spirits, past, present, and future, to revive human goodwill and real love. And now, you're invited to experience the “spirits” of the first Christmas to awaken your heart to the redemptive power of Jesus’ birth. December 2 - 30, 2018
In the midst of life's difficulty and what often feels like chaos, you can find a deeper presence of peace, hope, and celebration grounded in Biblical SHALOM. October 21 - November 25, 2018
Have you ever wanted to ask God a question? or ask a question about God? Now is your chance.
What might the church accomplish if we expand our vision and we each do our part?
As we prepare for the next chapter of the Montrose Church story, what will your role be?
True worship is much more than a church service, a song, or even a mindset... it encompasses our very lives. In this series features stories of the "heart of worship" of our very own people.
The book of James reminds us that as a community of believers we are "in formation" together as we allow God's word to be more than "information" - but to press into our practices, attitudes, choices, spirit, and stewardship.