Sermons from 2019
Joseph and Mary encounter terror after a miracle. How do we deal with unexpected circumstances?
Jesus’ parents present him at the temple, they offer a sacrifice, and a priest and a prophet revel at Jesus’ presence.
Our annual Christmas musical is this Sunday! There is power in storytelling, there is power in music, and there is power when we have the opportunity to experience this amazing story.
As we continue in the Advent season in preparation for Christmas, we read about the angel’s visit to Mary
Today we review the dramatic story surrounding the birth of John the Baptist.
Israel has come to a dark period with little to hope for. But God speaks an incredible new promise, assuring them that the story is not over.
In the face of weakened values and faltering structures, ninistry candidate Lea Booth invites us to consider how we can become co-creators in bringing about God’s vision and dream for the world.
Chaplain Mark Jones explores how Jesus moves from a question about the afterlife to challenge listeners’ perception of who God is and what it means to trust God.
Although we are transitioning into November, we are taking this Sunday to conclude our annual Stewardship series. This final Sunday acknowledges that we often take great pride in doing things ourselves, and perhaps we can do so in how we commit to giving our prayers, our presence, our gifts, our service, and our witness in support of these ministries.
This Sunday’s text invites us to dream about possibilities and what can happen when we come together fully and completely in Christian community. None of us are alone on this journey of faith. When we come together as the body of Christ, we can do all things through the power of the One who gives us strength.