This week we launch a new series in the book of Philippians. Paul finds himself confined in Rome awaiting trial, yet he is filled with joy! In the midst of his joy, he shares with us how to truly love those we love. Perhaps you are familiar with the love languages: words of encouragement, quality time, acts of service, gifts and physical touch. These are certainly great ways to express love. Yet Paul shows us something even greater. In fact, it is really the highest and best way we can love others. Join us this this weekend as we explore the opening verses of the epistle of joy and learn how to love those we truly love.

Greg St. Cyr
Lead Pastor

September 14-15, 2019

Week 2: The Prison Perspective

All of us are hit with unforeseen challenges and circumstances: cancer, death, job loss, wayward children, loneliness, financial crisis, marriage difficulties, miscarriages, estranged relationships with friends, coworkers, family members – you name it. These things can wreck us. As we continue in our study of Philippians, we see how the Apostle Paul sets an example of how we can not only endure our greatest challenges, but also flourish in them. This is called the prison perspective, and having this can help us enter into any situation we are facing with courage and ensure that God gets the glory.

Brian Hopper
Annapolis Campus Pastor

September 21-22, 2019


We live in a world that is filled with self-exaltation. Many athletes strut around like arrogant peacocks. It’s easy for politicians to fill the room with ego. More than a few celebrities allow their lauding fans to puff them up. But guess what? In reality, you and I are just like them. We too struggle living out Paul’s command to “regard others as more important than yourselves.” Join us this weekend at Bay Area as we deal with the root problem that constantly seeks to destroy us.

Greg St. Cyr
Lead Campus Pastor

September 28-29, 2019


Pride is the greatest enemy you and I will ever face. God hates and opposes pride. In contrast, humility is the greatest virtue we can have. A humble person doesn’t show preferential treatment, is quick to forgive, is not jealous or filled with envy, is always learning, refuses to gossip or slander, is able to persevere under trial, and much more. Most importantly, the humble are exalted by God. The question is – How do we grow in humility? Join us this weekend as we learn about humility from the embodiment of humility, our Lord Jesus.

Greg St. Cyr
Lead Pastor

October 5-6, 2019

WEEK 5: working out your salvation

Have you ever wondered what Paul meant when he told the Philippians to work out their salvation with fear and trembling? This definitely sounds odd coming from Paul, who wrote so clearly about the relationship between salvation and works. But when you get to the bottom of this meaning, there lies an incredibly powerful and timely truth for so many believers today. Join us this weekend as we explore the power and promises of God when it comes to working out our salvation, and what in the world that looks like in everyday life.

Pat Linnell
Teaching Pastor

October 12-13, 2019

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