Sermons on New Testament
How can the church maintain “unity” without sacrificing justice and a firm commitment to beliefs or practices that seem essential to life grounded in the Gospel?
We look forward to diving into some tough questions together as we draw alongside Paul, the church in Corinth and one another to be guided and inspired by the Holy Spirit, holding us all.
Join us as guest preacher Rev. Blackdale reflects on the words of Jesus in order to strengthen our understanding and nurture our faith!
Guest speaker Karen Scanlon leads us in reflection on how we will spend the time we have been given.
On this 4th Sunday of Advent, we spend time with Mary and Elizabeth, two expectant mothers who encounter one another with love, care and blessing. How do we understand blessings and in what contexts do we experience them?
Join us in celebrating Festival of Christmas, a musical celebration by Mary MacDonald
The angel’s words, “Do not be afraid,” are words that are repeated over and over again throughout scripture. What did Mary make of those words? What do they mean to us as we move through this Advent season? How do we take them to heart and what difference do they make in our own lives that are so often touched by anxiety and fear?
In this time of waiting, watching, hoping, praying how can we stay attentive to the movement of God’s Spirit?
Join Pastor Lesley as we explore the question; what does it mean when we ask God to “Save us from the time of trial.”?
Has a loved one in your life passed this year? Join us as we light candles and remember the saints of our lives.