Deep 6

Launching from Sunday’s message, “Deep Six” is series of 6 questions that take you deeper into the scriptures and deeper into applying the message during the week. Many of our Small Groups utilize this valuable resource. You can view and print out the questions and notes each week.


first things

“First things” teach us how to live well…anywhere. It’s easy to imagine living well “there” – the mythical place where things are just different enough to improve my life. But can we live well anywhere? That seems to be the point of one prophet and the lessons of an entire story as told in the Book of Daniel.
This is a series of “First Things” that guide us in living well anywhere. We start with how to draw a line. Not a line to divide and conquer, but a line to live by…a line that helps us to live well, anywhere!

Past Sermons and Series


Easter morning—it didn’t just happen, it was a culmination … not just of “The Passion.”

The story goes further back. The days leading up to the most memorable moment in history were full of hints and stories that Jesus’ friends, turned biographers, would look at in hindsight piecing the puzzle of Jesus together.

We Start our journey on “The Way” with Jesus in a showdown at the temple.  It’s tense, physical, and it’s more than meets the eye.

unexpected jesus

Jesus came to us in a most unexpected way. And he made the most unexpected claim, a claim that would get him killed: that he was the Son of God. But that’s a story for another day.
Jesus said and taught the unexpected – and He called, gifted, and empowered the unexpected. 2000 years later, we’re still trying to make sense of it all.
When we have clarity about what Jesus taught, and about what he is doing in this world and in me – it builds a confident faith. A faith that’s life-changing.

hidden me

The hidden me…is a problem.
I don’t mean it’s a problem because someone might find you out. I mean “hidden me” is sabotaging what you want, what you hope for , and what God want’s for you.
Jesus’ “parable of the prodigal” is a Rosetta Stone of the human heart. Every corner and every character reveals a lesson about hidden me.
We start with a name, it’s probably not a name your thinking…but maybe you should be.


A New Year often bring with it renewed determination around things that matter the most to us. The desire to ‘become better’ is a common human experience—as is the frustration of the failed resolution. In a famous sermon, Jesus shows us the counterintuitive key to getting better at life. Lucky for us, it’s more freeing than anyone in the crowd could have expected.


As we continue the season of generosity at Cape Cod Church, join us for our Christmas series: Wrapped – the Art of  Giving.


I bet you know a good gift giver.  They seem to distinguish themselves not with extravagance but thoughtfulness.  The result of their gifts…delight.

This weekend we launch into a new series on the art of giving…Let’s call it “Wrapped.”

You know the story of Christmas, the virgin birth, the angelic choir, the shared stable, and the baby.  Behind that well told story is something     important about giving, and us, and God’s great plan.

Join us at 10am in-person or on-line as we discover the art of giving.


November begins our annual “Season of Generosity”!

At Cape Cod Church, we have a vision to give away $1M over the next three years: we want to care for people’s lives, both physically and spiritually, across the street and around the world. Each year we dedicate November to celebrating the impacts of your generosity.

Our church is on a mission to help people discover a full life with God, and during the next few weeks you will hear inspirational stories of how that is already happening—and how you can be a part of it! Come celebrate these “signs of life” with us.