Sermons

12th Sunday after Pentecost

September 1, 2019
This week we discuss the familiar story of how a child with two loaves and some pieces of fish feed thousands in John 6:1-15.  How do we go deeper into the…

11th Sunday after Pentecost

August 25, 2019
People didn’t know the full story of God’s goodness.  That’s why Jesus told a tale about a lost son.  This is a story about broken relationships and God’s love and…
Jesus cared about the stories of others – the good parts, the hard parts, and all the in-between parts.  He also taught us by example about community and what it…

9th Sunday after Pentecost

August 11, 2019
The Book of Hebrews reminds us that the Biblical story encompasses all of our faith stories throughout the generations including those of Abel, Enoch, Noah, Moses, and Abraham.  These stories…
Guest preacher Pastor Angela Denker
The Letter to the Hebrews was probably written to Christian Jews who were being persecuted and suffering under Jewish and Roman culture and laws.  This letter reminds them that Jesus…
Did you know that the most famous version of Psalm 40 is by the rock band U2?  For many years they ended most concerts singing, “I will sing, sing a…
Psalm 69 is one of the longest prayers for help in the Book of Psalms.  The petitions are complex, cover multiple themes, and give us the words to express that…
God’s love has been poured into our hearts, says the Apostle Paul in his Letter to the Romans.  It is this love of God’s through Jesus that is now within…
The Book of Acts of the Apostles is sometimes referred to the Book of Acts of the Holy Spirit.  It is the Holy Spirit who empowers the Church, the early…