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Sunday Worship  10:30am


  • Nursery and Children's Church provided during Sunday Morning worship.


We are located at the Southeast corner of Big Beaver and Adams.

3955 W. Big Beaver Rd.
Troy, Michagan  48084
(248) 644-0512 



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Troy, Michagan  48084

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Give Thanks With A Grateful Heart - Sermon for Pentecost 3B

When you read through the Psalms, you discover that they cover almost every situation under the sun. So, when we go to God, with this book of prayers and hymns as our guide, we find words that help us to speak to God. These hymns and prayers give us permission to speak honestly about our life situations. They speak of joy and love and grace, but also of anger, vengeance, and even abandonment. But, even in those cases where the Psalmist cries out “My God, My God, why have you abandoned me?” there is an accompanying word of trust and hope.

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Lord of the Sabbath - A Sermon for Pentecost 2B

The Fourth Commandment of the Law revealed to Moses declares: “Remember the sabbath day, and keep it holy.” Are you a sabbath-keeper who keeps it holy?

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The Voice of God -- Sermon for Trinity Sunday

Have you heard the voice of God lately? Did you hear it in the “still, small voice” that spoke to Elijah? (1 Kings 19). Did you hear it coming out from a burning bush? Did you hear it in the thunder and lightening of the recent storms? Do you hear God speaking through Scripture or maybe through conversations with people of wisdom and grace?

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The Spirit Intercedes - A Sermon for Pentecost Sunday (Romans 8)

Welcome to Pentecost Sunday! It’s time to celebrate the birth of the church and our mission of proclamation and service in the world. Before Jesus ascended from this plane of existence, he promised to send the Spirit to empower the church’s witness to the good news that God’s kingdom is at hand. Just a few days later, Jesus’ followers were hanging out in an upper room in Jerusalem, when a mighty wind of the Spirit blew through the room, inspiring the people to break forth in praise. This small group of disciples began to preach the gospel in languages they had never learned. The crowd that gathered in the square below was amazed. They wanted to know more about Jesus, and so Peter got up and preached. By the end of the sermon, some three thousand people asked to be baptized. This is the story of Pentecost in a nutshell!

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The Command to Love - Sermon for Easter 6B 

This Sunday we hear another word about loving one another. In our reading for today, John talks about love, and he continually uses forms of the Greek word agapē. Tom Oord defines agapē as “acting intentionally, in response to God and others, to promote overall well-being, in response to that which produces ill-being” [Oord, Nature of Love, p. 56]. This agapē form of love is an expression of God’s very being, because God is love. Therefore, if we abide in God, not only will we love God, but God’s love will flow out from us so that this fragmented world of ours can experience wholeness.

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