Sermons on Acts

Sermons on Acts

Reading Paul’s Letters

This fifth Sunday in our series on reading the Bible, we continue through the New Testament with the letters attributed to Paul. Pastor Christopher brings our message this Sunday, focusing on an understanding of the historical Paul and his experience of God’s call to bring the message of Jesus to the Gentiles.

Beginning with the End

This week’s message begins the Advent season and the Christian year. Specifically, we prepare for Christmas by exploring Jesus through the eyes of his mother, Mary. And through this lens, we begin at the end.

A New Life in the Spirit

This Sunday we celebrate Pentecost Sunday as well as 50 years since the merger that established The United Methodist Church. We’ll enjoy a short informational video about our heritage and an inspiring message from Pastor Christopher.

Hearts Full of Love

This Sunday we conclude our series on Les Misérables with Jesus’ ascension into heaven and his promise of the Holy Spirit. We also hear a full medley of music from Les Mis, including a few pieces we haven’t heard in other parts of the series!

Common Wisdom

This Sunday we continue our series on Les Misérables with a song by the people and a story about a genderqueer person who is welcomed as a valued person of faith.

Step Up: Witness

This Sunday we conclude our Stewardship exploration with a discussion of Witness. Our youth and children lead an upbeat and music-filled service!

Step Up: Presence

This Sunday we continue our Stewardship exploration on the importance of participating in a community of faith: Presence.

Fire & Water

This Sunday, we celebrate Pentecost! Don’t miss a conversation about the inspiration of the Spirit and being filled with Living Water. Scriptures: Acts 2:17-21; John 7:37-39 Click here for additional resources on this sermon. Copyright info

Giving Up Death

This Sunday is Easter Sunday!! We conclude our Lenten series with the reminder that Jesus’ death and resurrection mean we are no longer subject to sin and death.