Sermon March 31, 2024
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Sermon March 31, 2024

Christ is risen! He is risen indeed! With those age-old words of exultation, we’ll greet the foundational hope of Easter Sunday with words of praise and songs of joy. Special music and a message titled “The Compassion of the Christ” will make this a high point of the church year, and we’ll look forward to...

Sermon March 29, 2024
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Sermon March 29, 2024

In quiet reflection, in word and song, we’ll remember Christ’s sacrifice on the cross and enter into the full reality of his saving grace.

Sermon March 28, 2024
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Sermon March 28, 2024

Never is Holy Communion so meaningful as it is during Holy Week, when the reality of Jesus’ coming sacrifice is most vivid and present. In this quiet weeknight service, we’ll walk with Christ through the Last Supper and consider our own place at the table.

Sermon March 24, 2024
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Sermon March 24, 2024

We enter Holy Week with the painful reality of how quickly life can change. Jesus’ hosanna-rich entry into Jerusalem turns so quickly to his bitter end. Today we’ll read Matthew 21:1-11 and visit “A City in Turmoil.”

March 3, 2024 Service
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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
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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...