In today's world it is hard to find a person who isn't anxious and in a hurry. Most of us have to steal away for a few days to experience something akin to peacefulness, only to return to the rush of life as usual. Mark's Gospel offers us a vision of Jesus that is at once both deeply urgent about the coming Kingdom of God and at the same time frustratingly calm about its imminent arrival. Perhaps we can learn a thing or two by paying attention to how He holds that tension.

June 6, 10:30AM

New Meaning of Family
Mark 3:20-35
(Jesus and Beelzebul & The True Kindred)

June 20, 10:30AM

Swamped and Still
Mark 4:35-41
(Jesus Stills the Storm)

July 4, 10:30AM

Forsaking Honor for Solidarity
Mark 6:1-13
(The Rejection of Jesus & the Mission of the 12)

July 18, 10:30AM

Shepherds Need A Shepherd, Too
Mark 6:30-34,53-56
(Feeding and Healing the Masses)

June 13, 10:30AM
Incomprehensible Expectations
Mark 4:26-34
(The Use of Parables)

June 27, 10:30AM

Taking the Time to Kneel
Mark 5:21-43
(A Girl Restored to Life & a Woman Healed)

July 11, 10:30AM

False Absolution - Shifting the Blame
Mark 6:14-29
(The Death of John the Baptizer)

July 25, 10:30AM

Unhurried Urgency -
Grounded Amidst Overwhelm

Mark 7:24-30
(The Syrophoenician Woman's Faith)