Sermons by Bob Rhodes
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!
This Sunday we near the end of our series on Les Misérables with Jesus’ commandment to love one another as we have been loved.
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.
This Sunday we continue our series on Les Misérables with a look at dreams and facing those times when our dreams seem unreachable.
This Sunday we begin our newest sermon series based on the French novel and world-famous musical, Les Misérables!
On this Easter Sunday, we remember that when three women approached Jesus’ tomb, they were initially “overcome with terror and dread,” yet went on to share the news. We explore how in the hope of the empty tomb, fear no longer has power over us.
This Sunday is Palm Sunday, a celebration of Jesus’ triumphant entry into Jerusalem.
This fifth Sunday in Lent concludes our sermon series on Rehab. To finish out the series, we will explore the promise we are given that the wilderness is not without end, that angels guide us and comfort us, and that hope is possible.
This fourth Sunday in Lent, we explore the concept of recovery. This work prepares us to hear even more clearly the good news that our faults and weaknesses do not define us, and that healing and wholeness are possible.
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.