Sermons from 2018

Sermons from 2018

Who

This Sunday we continue our conversations about community. Adam Marshall-Lopez brings Sunday’s message, exploring the storytelling that forms our sacred text and our own lives.

Why

This Sunday we continue our conversations about community. Samuel has grown old and the people have become discontented with his leadership. But is what they’re asking what they really want or need?

What

This Sunday we continue our conversations about community. The story of Samuel’s call in the temple helps us to think about the importance of community in unusual circumstances.

Trinity = Community

This Sunday we celebrate Trinity Sunday while we begin a new sermon series on Community. Come for a time of learning, but also time to get to know one another during this series designed to help us build connection!

A New Life in the Spirit

This Sunday we celebrate Pentecost Sunday as well as 50 years since the merger that established The United Methodist Church. We’ll enjoy a short informational video about our heritage and an inspiring message from Pastor Christopher.

Hearts Full of Love

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!

Sacrifice

This Sunday we near the end of our series on Les Misérables with Jesus’ commandment to love one another as we have been loved.

Common Wisdom

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.

Daring to Dream

This Sunday we continue our series on Les Misérables with a look at dreams and facing those times when our dreams seem unreachable.

Transforming Grace

This Sunday we welcome Pastor Lea Booth from La Jolla UMC to continue our sermon series following the story of Les Misérables. This Sunday’s scriputure is the story of Zacchaeus, a tax collector who climbed a tree so he could get a glimpse of Jesus and found himself transformed by the interaction.