Sermons on Psalms
We will have a special service today from the Cal-Pac Conference! This service was provided to local congregations as a gift, and is a collection of a variety of musicians, worship leaders and preachers giving witness from a diverse context of settings, all giving glory to God as we celebrate Christ’s birth.
What does the Bible say about creation and systemic racism? Hear the powerful message by Rev. Anthony Boger speak on association without assimilation.
This Sunday, we continue our series on creativity. Rev. Jeri Newell-Davis asks what our lives of faith would be like if we entered into a creative process to discover new ways in which to express our faith and our love for God in Jesus Christ.
Continuing this Sunday, pastors and leaders respond to questions submitted by congregation members. Pastor Bob and Pastor Christopher are joined by our own Adam Marshall-Lopez in exploring Questions of Faith.
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 is the last Sunday before Advent, a Sunday traditionally understood as Christ the King Sunday.
This Sunday, we continue our sermon series based on Pastor Adam Hamilton’s book Half Truths. This Sunday, Dr. Christopher Carter leads an exploration of the phrase, “God won’t give you more than you can handle.” Scripture: 1 Corinthians 10:13; Psalm 46:1-2 Click here for additional resources on this sermon. Copyright info
This Sunday, we continue our sermon series based on Pastor Adam Hamilton’s book Half Truths. We ask if God really does only help those who help themselves and what that might (unintentionally) say about grace… Scriptures: Psalm 10:14, 17-18; Psalm 18:6, 16; Psalm 121:1-2 Click here for additional resources on this sermon. Copyright info
This “Bright Sunday” we celebrate the therapeutic benefits of music and honor our wonderful musicians!
This Sunday we celebrate our Methodist and Wesleyan heritage in singing!