February 17, 2019 – Epiphany – Week 7 – Scott Hodge

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In the wake of Friday’s tragic shooting in Aurora, Lead Pastor Scott Hodge and The Orchard Community take time to recognize the love and hope found in the midst of brokenness and pain, and take time together to pray for our city, as well as for the victim’s families and loved ones.

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February 10, 2019 – Epiphany – Week 6 – Scott Hodge

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Lead Pastor Scott Hodge continues our Epiphany season by sharing his thoughts on the themes of failure, trust, abundance, and following that we see in Luke 5:1-11. In this passage, we see Jesus telling a reluctant Simon to cast his nets and when he does, he catches an unexpected abundance of fish and Jesus tells him “from now on you’ll be fishing for people.”

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January 20, 2019 – Epiphany – Week 3 – Scott Hodge

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This week, Lead Pastor Scott Hodge continues our journey through Epiphany by taking us into the story of Jesus’ first miracle of turning water into wine at the wedding in Cana. In this story, Jesus confronts the sharp social boundaries of His time and shows us how the Kingdom of God is about shifting from divisiveness to unity, hostility to solidarity, and ultimately shifting from a world of scarcity and intolerance toward a world of love and abundance that would bless and include all people.

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December 16, 2018 – Advent – Week 3 – Scott Hodge

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Advent is a time for us to pause and consider how we are facing the struggles in our lives and the world around us. During this season, we are invited to give up the usual sources of knowing, question our typical ways of seeing, and open ourselves to more honest and hopeful ways of waiting.

This week, Lead Pastor Scott Hodge continues our Advent season with a message of joy and living out radical, holy peace now in all parts of our lives.

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www.theorchardcommunity.com

December 9, 2018 – Advent – Week 2 – Scott Hodge

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Advent is a time for us to pause and consider how we are facing the struggles in our lives and the world around us. During this season, we are invited to give up the usual sources of knowing, question our typical ways of seeing, and open ourselves to more honest and hopeful ways of waiting.

This week, Scott Hodge continues our journey through Advent by posing introspective questions about the liminal, or in-between, spaces that we are invited to reflect on during this season.

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1175 Oak Street, North Aurora, IL 60542
www.theorchardcommunity.com

December 2, 2018 – Advent – Week 1 – Scott Hodge

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Advent is a time for us to pause and consider how we are facing the struggles in our lives and the world around us. During this season, we are invited to give up the usual sources of knowing, question our typical ways of seeing, and open ourselves to more honest and hopeful ways of waiting.

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Sundays at 10am
1175 Oak Street, North Aurora, IL 60542
www.theorchardcommunity.com

November 25, 2018 – Gratitude – Week 3 – Anna Hammond

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This week, Anna Hammond concludes our “Gratitude” series. Anna invites us to learn from the subversiveness of Jesus in the story of Jesus meeting Zacchaeus, the tax collector, found in Luke 19. Through this story, we see the true good-news gospel is a message of abundance and grace for everyone, and that when we are grateful in all things we can build communities and lives founded in generosity, wholeness, and grace.

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October 28, 2018 – Not Like Me – Week 8 – Scott Hodge & Anna Hammond

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Over the past 7 weeks we have covered a lot of ground in our “Not Like Me” series. This week we invited our Orchard tribe to ask the questions that have been stirred up throughout the series. Lead Pastor Scott Hodge and Anna Hammond collaborate to respond to these questions as we attempt to dive deeper still into understanding how to become compassionate stewards of the Kingdom of God to everyone around us.

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October 21, 2018 – Not Like Me – Week 7 – Scott Hodge

NLM TITLE CARDS2.002.jpegIn the seventh week of the series “Not Like Me”, Pastor Scott Hodge tackles the divisive topic of politics, and explains how a dualistic and polarized political system hinders wholeness and, in turn, the Kingdom of God. Through this exploration of our differences as well as our shared vision, we are challenged to let our politics be shaped by Jesus, not our Jesus be reshaped by our politics.

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Sundays at 10am
1175 Oak Street, North Aurora, IL 60542
www.theorchardcommunity.com