Community Happens Around a Table

April 14, 2022

Members of our church family share about their experiences at First Table and Second Table!

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Rest. Reflect. Realign. Reengage.

December 6, 2021

Suzy is going on sabbatical! What will this time of rest look like and why do we think it’s important?

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The Mission of Marriage

October 19, 2021

One of our marriage-focused small groups had the chance to discuss Formation Table concepts in light of their relationships with their spouses!

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Jump In!

August 24, 2021

What does it look like to be a part of the people of Pulpit Rock? 3 key ways we want to participate this year.

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What is Spiritual Formation?

August 17, 2021

4 things we want to focus on as a community of faith and a new experience launching in September!

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Once Upon a Time…

January 11, 2021

God decided that He wanted you to be written into the story of His grace. This is your new story.

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A Listening Culture

September 3, 2020

As God’s people, we need to reject a culture that teaches us to cancel people. The Kingdom culture teaches us to see people as people. And to maintain the softness of heart that allows us to really listen.

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What Blockbuster got wrong and how that informs our approach to student ministry.

February 27, 2020

You may have noticed we do things a little differently at Pulpit Rock regarding student programs – we don’t host a separate program for students on Sundays when the rest of our church family is meeting together in the main services. There’s an important reason for this.

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The Symphony of the Gospel

April 22, 2019

The symphony of gospel is so much bigger and more beautiful than the one note that gets most often talked about. Discover the truth of the whole gospel, believe the good news and find the shalom you’ve long been looking for.

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Worship is not just a Sunday thing.

April 1, 2019

There comes a time on our path to maturity where we need to assume responsibility for our own walk with Christ. Just as eating one food group would be a foolish way to try to get all our nutritional needs, so is thinking we can meet all our spiritual needs by simply attending our Sunday morning worship services.

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