Current Series

Letters of the New Testament - Summer Sermon Series

This summer at Red Clay, we will study the Letters of the New Testament. Some of these letters (like Thessalonians) are the earliest pieces of New Testament writing that we have. Others (like Philippians) are written by Paul as love letters to deeply cherished communities. Still, others (like Corinthians) were written because, like when rain comes in the summer, the plan for the community had become disrupted and some new teaching was needed to correct things. 

Hope for Tomorrow Sermon Series

We will explore the captivating story of the apostle Paul's shipwreck (Acts 27). Just as Thomas Obadiah Chisholm found inspiration in his personal struggles to pen the timeless hymn "Great is Thy Faithfulness," we too can find hope and encouragement in the midst of whatever life throws at the ship of our lives. Paul's journey serves as a powerful image of resilience, faith, and the unwavering hope that God offers us for tomorrow.

Lenten Sermon Series

Work is complicated. Relationships are complicated. Life is complicated. Lent is a good time to remember to keep it simple.

Lighting the Way

We hope to light the way through our Sunday services, musical events, toy drive outreach, community programming, children's activities, online devotionals, and much more. 

Rooted in Love

We will spend November exploring what it means to be "Rooted in Love". 

Soul Food

In this sermon series we will ask questions like, "What is the soul?" "Where did it come from?" "What will nourish it these days?"  We will also offer nutrient-rich disciplines that you can come back to over the course of your life to "keep your spiritual diet straight." 

Summer Series

The summer sermon series is based on the book Life Worth Living: A Guide to What Matters by Miroslav Volf, Matthew Croasmun, and Ryan McAnnally-Linz.  The book is based on a course offered in Yale’s Humanities Program and taught by the authors.