March 3, 2024 Service
Sermons

March 3, 2024 Service

We enter the heart of the Lenten season with a series of messages drawn from work by Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, the pioneering researcher into the psychology of death and dying. Kübler-Ross found that people near life’s end often have remarkable wisdom to share—not about death, but about life itself. We’ll explore some of that wisdom starting...

February 25, 2024
Sermons

February 25, 2024

When it comes to investments, the more that’s at stake, the more care that should be taken. We are more careful deciding where to invest retirement funds than deciding whether to buy Girl Scout cookies from a neighbor’s kid. So when Jesus asks what some-one might “give in exchange for their life,” it’s a pretty...

February 18, 2024
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February 18, 2024

The rainbow has been adopted as a symbol of inclusivity by the LGBTQ community, and that makes perfect sense. What looks like undifferentiated white light really comprises the spectrum of colors we see in the rainbow; each color is distinct, yet each is equally constituent of the whole. The rainbow is a sign of the...

February 11, 2024 Service
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February 11, 2024 Service

This is Transfiguration Sunday in the life of the church. Perhaps you have seen Raphael’s magnificent painting of Jesus’ transfiguration which hangs in the Vatican Museum in Rome. If not, you can Google it! The transfiguration is when Jesus appears to his disciples, Peter, James, and John, in a dazzling white robe, talking with Moses...

February 4, 2024
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February 4, 2024

February finds us in the middle of Epiphany, a great season of the church year. An epiphany is an experience when somehow we see God, or feel God’s presence and power at work in our lives or in the world around us. So if you feel like you would love a close encounter with God,...

January 28, 2024 Service
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January 28, 2024 Service

And now for something completely different! Today’s message, “High Church?” looks at the early Christian Church’s practices around Holy Communion, and new evidence that something physiologi-cal was going on along with the deep spiritual nourishment of the Lord’s Table. It’s a finding that has deep resonance with current psychi-atric research.

January 7, 2024 Service
Sermons

January 7, 2024 Service

The Old Testament book of Proverbs is an anomaly—a distillation of millennia of wisdom, tied up in pithy aphorisms. Today we’ll begin a two-part series on Proverbs, thinking about how we might use this wisdom in the new year and why it’s there in the first place. Our message is called “Everything Old Is New...

Growing Together
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Growing Together

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Be a loving father
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Be a loving father

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Music Ministry
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Music Ministry

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