We know that “Holy” is a God word. But what does it really mean? Charley Scandlyn preaches on how holiness is the heart of who God is, and why it means we can fully trust in him.
Pastor Charley Scandlyn leads us in praying for the people of the Tree of Life Synagogue.
Author and Fuller Professor Ron Sanders and Charley Scandlyn close our series talking about how followers of Jesus can engage in conversations that minimize politics and elevate personhood.
Charley Scandlyn on finding freedom in not needing to have the last word. New Community Church Board President Daniel Stid reads Mark 12:13-17.
Kelsey Woodruff continues our series on following Jesus in a divided world with “The Posture.”
Christianity and democracy have a complex history together, but is there a future where these two great traditions draw the best out of one another?
God cares about and is with us in our pain and woundedness. There may be wrongs done to you that will never be righted on earth, but God’s great love has the power to bring us healing and restoration. Charley Scandlyn prays for the church followed by Kate Lamont singing “Be Thou My Vision.”
So in Christ Jesus you are all children of God through faith. - Galatians 3:26
Instead of avoiding hot-button issues, what would it look like to take those conversations out of the political and social arenas and into the spiritual realm? In this week’s sermon, Charley talks about diversity — or differentness — and what God has to say about it.
What are the words you live by?
We start a new series by looking at the word, “veracity.”
Let us not love with words or speech but with actions and in truth.
1 John 3:18
It's a world of difference between serving and being a servant. Hear why in this week's message on how we can engage with the world as a community seeking to follow Jesus.
Why is the gate to a life with God so small and narrow? Find out how that narrow gate is wide enough for everyone.
“Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many enter through it. But small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life, and only a few find it. - Matthew 7:13-14
God is doing something new! What does it really mean to be a new community...and especially a new church community?
Pastor Charley Scandlyn marks the first service of New Community Church talking about God’s vision for his church. It all starts out well, as it does in Acts 2, but being people, we soon find ourselves in conflict and disillusionment. Listen to Charley’s sermon to find out what God intends for our community.