Sermons on Ephesians
Certified Lay Minister Dakota Koenig invites us to consider the “dash” between the beginning and end of our lives, and how God is with us as the ups and downs strengthen us for the journey.
Dart Rhoades’ message focuses on something our hearts and minds and spirits need to return again and again…forgiveness.
Has a loved one in your life passed this year? Join us as we light candles and remember the saints of our lives.
Our reading from Ephesians is a good indicator that this truly MAY be an age old question! This passage is moving for some and troubling for others with its warrior imagery. We’ll spend time this Sunday exploring this text in relation to the last of the “Jesus as bread of life” texts from the Gospel of John.
Today we talk a little bit about our own sanctuary project as it relates to building but, just as importantly, we’ll talk about God’s notions around this topic of building. What does God want from God’s people when it comes to buildings? What does God NOT want? What needs to be broken down first in order to build up? How do we know, in God’s realm, when it’s time to build? Who is the builder? What is being built? Join us as we ponder this and more!
This Sunday, Pastor Bob wrestles with a difficult text that has brought comfort to some and been used as a tool for oppression by others. How might we understand this text today?
This Sunday, Pastor Bob returns to bring a message on gratitude in the face of challenge.
This Sunday, missionary Rev. Lilia Ramirez-Jimenez leads worship with reflections on what inclusion means in society and in the church.
This Sunday, Pastor Christopher leads Worship with an exploration of connection as love through the lens of Paul’s letter to the church in Ephesus.
This Sunday we begin a new series on The Power of Words. We begin with an exploration of the choice we make each time we speak. Will we tear down? Will we build up?