Sermons (Page 46)

Sermons (Page 46)

Sermons

Sermons are listed below with the most recent sermons first. See the Sermons menu at the top of the page to browse by date, books of the Bible, speaker, and more. Check back often for updates.

Mary of Nazareth

This Sunday we begin the season of Advent and a sermon series based on Adam Hamilton’s book, The Journey. This first Sunday’s focus will be on Mary and the news of new birth.

Questions of Faith

This Sunday we catch up on our Questions of Faith! Listen as Pastor Bob, along with members of the congregation, shed some light on the Questions other members have asked.

Lifted Up

This Sunday we explore the story of Hannah, a prayerful and faithful woman who would raise a king.

A Little Goes a Long Way

This Sunday we take time to celebrate our vibrant Wednesday Night Ministry with guests from UCSD and more. Come to hear a bit about all that takes place as a ministry of PB UMC and hear about where we hope to be headed in the future.

Stumbling Into Promise

This Sunday, we will explore what all saints are promised to enjoy through God’s determination to set creation free from the power of sin and death

The Way of Authority

Rev. Dr. Sharon Rhodes-Wickett concludes our annual Stewardship season on “Stewardship with the Saints,” as she explores the life of African-American educator Mary McLeod Bethune.

The Way of Poverty

This Sunday we continue our annual Stewardship season on “Stewardship with the Saints” with Jesus’ teaching to a rich man and the humble ministry of St. Francis of Assisi.

The Way of Generosity

This Sunday we continue our annual Stewardship season on “Stewardship with the Saints” with the familiar story of Zacchaeus and examination of the author of the Gospel of Luke.

The Way of Necessity

This Sunday we begin our annual Stewardship season with a series on “Stewardship with the Saints,” and will learn about Sarah Crosby, an 18th Century Methodist woman preacher!

Powerful Prayer

This Sunday we conclude our series on personal and social holiness with a focus on prayer.