Sermons on Exodus
Will You Give Me a Drink?
The story of Jesus asking the Samaritan woman for a drink inspires us to reflect on how we can learn from his example and cross boundaries to engage others?
We join together to explore the meaning of the last supper, and to celebrate Holy Communion. Online participants are invited to prepare bread and grape juice (or wine as appropriate for your home).
What does it look like for you to “give your life away”? Join us as we reflect on suffering, salvation, and our faith journeys.
As we wrestle in the current COVID-19 pandemic with how to relate with one another, we might consider this alongside our ongoing series on gratitude and the illustration of the table.
The Hebrew Bible
This third Sunday in our series on reading the Bible, we explore the continuation of the Hebrew Bible.
This Sunday, we continue in the Lenten season. Through our series lens of Rehab, we explore the means by which we might navigate the wilderness.
In the Beginning Was the Word
This Sunday we conclude our series on The Power of Words looking at this reminder: In the beginning was the Word. So what does that mean? Scriptures: Exodus 20:7; Psalm 19:14; John 1:1, 14a Click here for additional resources on this sermon. Copyright info
This Sunday we conclude the exploration of Moses and the Exodus, considering the story of the people’s desire for food as they enter into the wilderness.
Wind, Sky, and Sea
This Sunday we continue a journey through the story of Moses and the Exodus, particularly exploring the story of Moses guiding the Israelites through the Red Sea.
This Sunday we continue a journey through the story of Moses and the Exodus, particularly exploring the story of the Passover and the final plague of Egypt.