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    • Cape Coral
    • Fort Myers Central
    • Fort Myers Shores
    • Sarasota

Cape Coral Campus

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Service Times

Contemporary

Sunday | 9:30am, 11am

Traditional

Sunday | 8am

 

CHOOSE RECOVERY

Friday

6:45pm

Office Hours

Mon-Thurs: 9am-4pm
Closed Friday

 

Address

13 SE 21st Place
Cape Coral, FL 33990

Campus Pastor

Wes Olds

Fort Myers Central Campus

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Service Times

Contemporary

Sunday | 10am
Wednesday | 6:30pm (NOT MEETING)

 

Choose Recovery

Monday

6:45pm

 

Address

2415 Grand Ave
Fort Myers, FL 33901

Campus Pastor

Ed Horne

Fort Myers Shores Campus

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Service Times

Contemporary

Sunday | 10am

Traditional

Sunday | 8:30am

Office Hours

M/W/F 10am-3pm 

Wednesday Nights

(on hold)

Free Community Dinner

6pm

Children and Youth Programs

6:30pm

Adult Studies

6:30pm

 

Address

14036 Matanzas Drive
Fort Myers, FL 33905

Campus Pastor

Shari Lacey

Sarasota Campus

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Service Times

Sunday

9:41am

 

Contact

941.966.3306

Office Hours

Mon-Fri 8am-12pm

 

Address

8521 Vamo Road
Sarasota, FL 34231

Campus Pastor

Patti Nemazie

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Cape Coral Campus

13 SE 21st Place, Cape Coral, FL 33990, 239.574.7161

 

Fort Myers Shores Campus

14036 Matanzas Drive, Fort Myers, FL 33905, 239.694.2797

 

Fort Myers Central Campus

2415 Grand Avenue, Fort Myers, FL 33901, 239.334.3160

 

Sarasota Campus

8521 Vamo Road, Sarasota, FL 34231, 941.966.3306

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167: Faith for Everyday Life
167: Faith for Everyday Life

There are 168 hours in a week and the typical follower of Jesus spends one hour a week at church. What about the other 167 hours? Well, the New Testament Book of James has been called a handbook on practical Christianity.  It’s a book written about the everyday life of a Christ-follower.  It deals with faith for everyday life.  In this series, we will see how Jesus lived out the principles taught in James and what that means for us.

Road Trip
Road Trip

The wise Christ follower learns to pray genuine prayers on this road trip of life. Some roads are pleasant and some are treacherous. The Psalms is the prayer book of the Bible. Buried within the 150 psalms in this Old Testament section are the full gamut of human emotions and experiences on life’s journey. These prayers rub up against every day, real life. In this series, we will consider 7 of these every day, real life prayers and let them teach us how to pray messy, gritty prayers as we journey through life too.

Asking for a Friend
Asking for a Friend

It’s a New Year, but we’ve got the same old questions. For six weeks, we will seek to address the commonly asked questions about God, faith and life.

Welcome Home
Welcome Home

The Christmas song says, “There’s no place like home for the holidays.” Throughout the Bible, “home” is a powerful image of our place encounter with God. More than anything this Christmas, we need more encounter with God. This Advent, we will consider how we might come “home” for Christmas. Welcome home!

Loving Our Neighbors
Loving Our Neighbors

The invitation to love our neighbors resounds repeatedly throughout the Bible. It’s God’s clarion call to his people to point the world toward the God who himself is love. In this five week series leading up to the season of Advent, we will be invited to grow in loving our neighbors by being followers of Jesus who see, pray for, invite, serve and witness well.

One (2020)
One (2020)

Sadly, ours is a world of division that often turns into vitriol and violence. Yet, the way of Jesus is the way of unity and peace. Jesus himself said, “God blesses those who work for peace….” (Matthew 5:9a). In Ephesians 4, Paul describes the oneness of God’s people and how that spills out into our mission in the world.

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