Jubilee Community Church


Looking Forward and Backward, with Eyes of Faith

How precious is your steadfast love, O God!  The children of mankind take refuge in the shadow of your wings.  They feast on the abundance of your house and you give them drink from the river of your delights … for with you is the fountain of life, in your light do we see light. […]

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New Sermon Library

We have a new sermon library on the Jubilee website, making it much easier now to find and listen to sermons. Sermons should also appear here faster, on a more regular basis. Here’s what you’ll find: A list of sermons starting with the most recent at the top Click the play button and start listening […]

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Welcome to the Jubilee Blog

Welcome to the new home of the Jubilee Blog. We’re glad you have found us. You may have noticed that things don’t look exactly like the should. We appreciate your patience while we work on this part of our website. Soon we hope this will be a great place to find updates, news, sermons, and devotions from Jubilee. […]

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Satisfaction in Christ

Christmas and the pursuit of happiness go well together.  Pastor John mentioned on Sunday that we pursue happiness relentlessly in this life!  We long to be satisfied, not discontent with this aspect or that aspect of our lives.  The words of Jesus, “they shall be satisfied,” give hope and courage to press on in ways and paths that […]

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Who is your Daddy?

Dear Jubilee Family, Based on Russ’s message this past week, an appropriate question would be: Who is your daddy … el jefe!?  Are you looking to this awesome Jesus who has all authority?  Are you talking to him and asking him to be your help?  Are you living in the confidence that he is the Lord!  Or is your […]

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Meditations on Meekness

What is the foundation on which meekness is built?  Meekness is a strength of character built upon the strong foundation of authority, knowing that our life is all wrapped up in the One who has all authority. The meek are not out to make a name for themselves; they already belong to a name that […]

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