Sermons from 2017
Adam Marshall explores Jesus’ attitude towards tradition and invites us to consider the role of tradition in our lives and in our faith.
This Christmas Eve, we explore how to view the Christmas story with authentic, fresh eyes.
This Sunday morning is the Fourth Sunday of Advent, and we will explore the Magnificat of Mary.
This Sunday we continue with explorations of “home” with Paul’s instruction to “rejoice always.” Consider the possibility that joy could be a state of mind made possible through our deep connection with God through Jesus Christ.
Our talented members present the Christmas story through the lens of family conversation and music!
This Sunday is the first Sunday in Advent! We begin this celebration by welcoming Bishop Grant Hagiya to lead Worship and Holy Communion.
This Sunday is the last Sunday before Advent, a Sunday traditionally understood as Christ the King Sunday.
This Sunday we continue with the Revised Common Lectionary and a familiar parable of Jesus that invites us to take risks for the sake of faith.
This Sunday we continue with the Revised Common Lectionary and a text from Joshua that reminds us that we make our own choices about our faith.
This Sunday we return to the Revised Common Lectionary and a text from Matthew that invites us to consider our motives for doing good in the world.