Coronavirus Response

Although public gatherings are not happening right now, we can still worship together each weekend! Be sure to watch for services and sermons on MEDIA/MESSAGES.

There are 365 verses about fear in the Bible, so we know how powerful fear can be. And that’s why God has given us so many verses to combat fear in his Word! We want to acknowledge you may be afraid for you, your family, or your future as news reports about COVID-19 bombard us, and remind you that your safety and security are very important to us.

There are things YOU can do, and things WE ARE DOING at this time. Please read THIS LETTER from Senior Pastor Shawn Winters with his response to this viral pandemic, and hear what we are doing as a church to be prepared.

Remember the words in Psalm 112:7… “They will have no fear of bad news; their hearts are steadfast, trusting in the Lord.” We encourage you to be steadfast in your trust in the Lord!


Sermon Series February 2-April 19
Ephesians 4:17-5:2, Isaiah 52 & 53, 1 Corinthians 15:1-22 and Acts 8:26-40

Paul called the church to faithfulness and to practice purity in order to bring about restoration. They were called from darkness to light—darkness of mind, conscience, and soul, and to brightness through an awakening that comes with faith in Jesus Christ. They were now alive by the Spirit of God. Paul eloquently wrote that everything is new and restored because of this gift.


Relationships 301

Sermon Series April 26-June 28
Ephesians 5:3-6:9

Relationships have the power to thrill us or chill us. People in our lives can be a blessing or a challenge. So how do we do relationships well? What sorts of challenges do you face and what does God’s Word have to say about this? We asked people to send us questions. We will work our way through relationship questions and slowly walk through Ephesians 5 & 6 as we wrestle with how to be better at doing life with others.

Traditional Worship

Our traditional service offers plenty of variety—the best of contemporary and traditional music (we still sing hymns!), visual arts, and drama. This service is led by a 70-voice worship choir and vocal teams. Instruments you will hear lifted in praise include organ, piano, brass, and strings. The message is the same Biblical, practical message as is given in contemporary service, and regular attendees tend to get a little gussied up for this service. But casual works too!

Sunday / 9am / Roseville Campus

Tammie Junkans
Traditional Worship Pastor

Contemporary Worship

Come as you are—people of all ages are drawn to this modern worship style. Celebrate through a combination of music, multimedia, and visual arts, and don’t worry about a dress code. There is none. Contemporary worship songs are led with guitar, bass, drums, and even the melodica, on occasion. What’s the melodica, you ask? Come and find out! Wondering what to expect for a message? It’s Bible-based and will speak to where you are.

Sunday / 9am / White Bear Campus
Sunday / 10:15am / White Bear Campus
Sunday / 11am / Roseville Campus

Anna Carey
Contemporary Worship Director—Roseville Campus

Matt Putz
Interim Contemporary Worship Director—White Bear Campus

Mid-Size Classes, Electives & Life Groups

Mid-size groups meet September through May.

Several mid-size groups for adults meet on Sundays—just another way to build relationships through studying God’s Word together.

Sundays, September 8-May 17
No Life Group December 29 & April 12.
Young Families Life Group
 / White Bear Campus

Sundays, September 8-May 17
No Life Groups December 29 & April 12.
10am / Roseville Campus

Tucker Anderson
Discipleship Pastor