We are in the season of the Church called Epiphany, a Greek word that means "to appear." Salvation has appeared in the person of Jesus Christ. In Epiphany, the Church explores everything that Christ makes apparent about God.

You see, we need God to appear to us and make himself known to us. For not only is God beyond our understanding, his works and his ways are contrary to mankind's natural assumptions about him. In other words, the truth about God cannot possibly be discovered by us. Rather, it needs to be uncovered for us. That's what the Spirit is doing for us during this season of Epiphany. Week after week, surprising truths about Jesus our King and life in his kingdom will be uncovered.

Service Times

Saturdays @ 6 PM

Sundays @ 8 & 11 AM

Dates & Themes

Saturday, January 8th & Sunday, January 9th

Anointing Uncovered

What the eye sees differs from what God decrees.

Saturday, January 15th & Sunday, January 16th

Delight Uncovered

God delivers more than we ask, not less.

Saturday, January 22nd & Sunday, January 23rd

Reception Uncovered

Rejection is not the exception but the rule.

Saturday, January 29th & Sunday, January 30th

Agenda Uncovered

What must be said, not what others want to hear.

Saturday, Feburary 5th & Sunday, February 6th

Uncovered Messengers

The least qualified are the first sent.

Saturday, February 12th & Sunday, February 13th

Definitions Uncovered

Blessings are cursed; curses are blessed.

Saturday, February 19th & Sunday, February 20th

Reactions Uncovered

Love your enemies; overcome evil with good.

Saturday, February 26th & Sunday, February 27th

Glory Uncovered

When it is most hidden, it is most on display.

“These are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.”

John 20:31