Current Series

2 Corinthians: Upside Down Life

Join us for this 6-week sermon series on 2 Corinthians as we discover what the Apostle Paul has to teach us about living our faith amid the challenges of life. In 2 Corinthians we will discover that Christ followers are invited to live in a way that is upside down compared to the ways that people typically live.

The Unfinished Story

We believe Jesus Christ is alive today--not dead. And because he is alive he makes a difference. The greatest proof of the Resurrection is lives transformed.

Shattering Our Expectations

Our expectations of Jesus are limited because it is hard for us to grasp his infinite nature. Jesus came to shatter our finite expectations. He came for all of us because he wants so much more for us than we attempt or expect. He came, not to meet our expectations, but to save us from them.

Beyond a Shadow of a Doubt

Doubt is inevitable in faith. It is neither good nor bad in itself, nor is it the opposite of belief. Doubt comes from many sources. It helps us to identify and address aspects of our faith that need attention.

Hard Questions

Three-week series on some of the difficult questions that arise for modern Christians.

The Right Road

One of life's great challenges is finding (and returning to) the path God intends for us amid so many distracting choices.

The Old Man's Song

Psalm 23 is so familiar that we tend not to notice its beauty and profundity, so join this guided tour to re-open our eyes. Scholars believe David wrote this psalm late in life.

The Kingdom in the Chaos

Hurricane Sandy provided a powerful fusion of N.T. Wright's teachings that the Kingdom is at hand now, evidenced in the witness and ministry of believers, with the hands-on Kingdom-at-hand ministry of Outreach Red Bank in NJ, where SPC seminarian Ken Lucas is an intern.

Imperfect Faith

Your faith does not have to be perfect. Faith makes us whole. Jesus says, "Do not be afraid, only believe."

The Marks of Discipleship

We don't need to be "super Christians" to be disciples. This series examines various ways in which we grow as disciples.