Sermon Series

16 of 17 items

Ruth: A Redemption Story for Advent

by Metanoia Church

In the ancient land of Moab, a Hebrew widow and her widowed daughter-in-law make a history-changing journey of faith back to the land and God of Israel. Join us in this four-week Advent sermon series as we meet Ruth–the great-grandmother of King David and an ancestor of Jesus the Christ–and anticipate the coming of our […]

Sermon Series: The Gospel of John

by Metanoia Church

The Apostle John was known as the “beloved disciple” of Jesus Christ. He was the pastor of the church in Ephesus and wrote 5 books of the New Testament: the Gospel bearing his name, three letters (1, 2, and 3 John), and the Revelation of Jesus Christ. His Gospel is uniquely set apart from the […]

Sermon Series: James

by Metanoia Church

James was the half-brother of Jesus, and one of the pillars of the first Christian church in Jerusalem. His words are humble and some of the finest examinations of true Christian faith in the New Testament epistles. The book of James delivers expansive and sublime truths about faith and religion in bite-sized phrases. This delivery […]

Metanoia is a People

by Metanoia Church

As Pastor Adam prepares for his sabbatical this summer, he will explore Scriptures that speak to Metanoia’s past and our present realities, as well as inspire us for the days to come. Central to this series is a phrase often spoken around our church: “Metanoia Church is a people.”

Daniel: Living Courageously

by Metanoia Church

The Old Testament prophet Daniel recorded stories of God’s power in his life and visions from God that he had while in exile in Babylon in the 6th century BC. The book follow’s Daniel’s journey from Jerusalem to close advisor to the kings of Babylon and Persia. In the process, Daniel and his friends experienced […]

Sermon Series: 2 Corinthians

by Metanoia Church

This fall we will journey through the book of 2 Corinthians in a sermon series on the book. 2 Corinthians was written around one year after 1 Corinthians. While his first letter to the Corinthian church addressed disunity and the toleration of sin in the church, Paul’s second letter celebrates the church’s repentance. 2 Corinthians […]