Ecclesiastes: Why Do I Feel So Alone?

Lonelines... an ever-growing problem in our high tech, low touch world. Reality is, our church is filled with lonely people. Some may "look" lonely, some may not. There are many different reasons for our loneliness, including deep loss, life changes and crippling fear. Join us for a powerful service discovering hope in God's Word that will shed light on our darkest, lonely days and send us right into Jesus' waiting, understanding arms.

Ecclesiastes: Where Am I Going?

Ever wonder how you fit into God's plan?

Solomon searched for significance and purpose in life through worldly pleasures and came up short. He recorded what he found in Ecclesiastes so we can avoid the same pointless search that he made.

Let's unpackage Ecclesiastes 3 together and discover how we can find significance in life when we put God and His plan in the center of our lives.

Ecclesiastes: Why Does My Work Seem So Much Like Work?

Ecclesiastes Series:  The Search for Meaning
Let's continue our search through Ecclesiastes for answers to life's difficult questions and invite our friends and family who are searching for hope and meaning to join us!

Our next message in the Ecclesiastes series searches for the answer to "Why Does My Work Seem So Much Like Work?"  Much of our life is spent doing some sort of "work" or labor.  Did God intend for it to feel so much like work? 
Does our work matter to God?
 

Ecclesiastes: Why Am I Here?

As we begin the new year, we'll search the pages of Ecclesiastes for answers to life's difficult questions.  If we are honest we've all asked some of these questions. 

Our second message in this series digs into the book to answer the question, "Why Am I Here?" Really, what is the point of my existence?  Come and discover TRUTH that will encourage you if you've ever asked that question.

Jonah Part IV - Chapter 3

We've set the foundation for our journey through Jonah, and have been digging deeper into Chapter 1 and 2, discovering how amazing our God is in the midst of life's storms and discovering it is never too late to turn back to God. 

This Sunday we tackle Jonah Chapter 3. After being spit out from the belly of a great fish, Jonah actually listens to God and goes to Nineveh, joining God in HIS mission. Are we truly hearing what God is saying to us?

Jonah Part III - Chapter 2

We've set the foundation for our journey through Jonah, looking at the "Who, What, Where, and When" parts of Jonah's story, and dug deeper into Jonah Chapter 1, discovering how amazing our God is in the midst of life's storms.

This Sunday we will tackle Jonah Chapter 2, where Jonah hits rock bottom. Will he continue to run from God, or will he turn back to Him? Is it ever too late to turn back to God?

Jonah Part II - Chapter 1

Jonah's story is a familiar one - God asks him to go, Jonah says "no", gets swallowed by a fish...and decides to go after all. This past Sunday we set the foundation for our journey through Jonah, looking at the "Who, What, Where and When" parts of Jonah's story, and this Sunday we will take a look at Jonah, chapter 1. Have you ever tried to run from God? Are you going through any storms right now? Come and discover how amazing our God is in the midst of life's storms.

As we continue this series in the weeks ahead, Jonah will teach us that God never gives up on us, God's help is just a prayer away, God's love is greater than anything, and God's love takes us beyond borders so that all might know.

Jonah Part I - An Introduction

Jonah's story is a familiar one - God asks him to go, Jonah says "no", gets swallowed by a fish...and decides to go after all. Pastor John will set the foundation for our journey through Jonah, looking at the "Who, What, Where and When" parts of Jonah's story.

As we continue this series in the weeks ahead, Jonah will teach us that God never gives up on us, God's help is just a prayer away, God's love is greater than anything, and God's love takes us beyond borders so that all might know.

Falling Forward Part II

Fall is in the air!  Trees are beginning to change color, nights are crisp and cool, and kids are back in school.  At Southside, this means launching different ministries and opportunities to connect.  This Sunday you will continue to hear about these opportunities and how they drive us to our purpose of connecting with God, Each Other, Our Community and World.

If we were created for community, why do we work so hard to isolate ourselves and be so independent?  Let's discuss that this week...