Rev. Diane discusses the three questions we ask before baptism. The scripture reading is Isaiah 42:1–9 and Matthew 3:13–17.
Keith Bertelsen talks about the Massacre of the Innocents and how it relates to our world today. The scripture reading is Matthew 2:1–18.
Rev. Diane talks about how Christ brings light into the world. The scripture reading is Luke 2:1–20.
Rev. Diane discusses what it means to take risks for the Kingdom of God. The scripture reading is Isaiah 7:10–16 and Matthew 1:18–25.
Rev. Diane encourages us to stay awake during this Advent season, and to find what God is doing in the world. The scripture reading is Isaiah 2:1–5, Romans 13:11–14, and Matthew 24:36–44.
Rev. Diane focuses on what it means when scripture says God “transferred” us to the Kingdom of Christ. The scripture reading is Colossians 1:11–20 and Luke 23:33–43.
Rev. Diane tells the story of God. The scripture reading is Haggai 2:1b–9, 2 Thessalonians 2:1–5, and Luke 21:5–9.
Rev. Diane shares a memoir of a dead woman. The scripture reading is 2 Thessalonians 2:13–17 and Luke 20:27–38.
Rev. Diane talks about how salvation often shows up at our doorsteps unexpectedly. The scripture reading is Luke 19:1–10.
Rev. Diane casts the Pharisee’s prayer into a modern light. The scripture reading is Luke 18:9–14.
Rev. Bill reflects on the purpose of the benediction in our worship services. The scripture reading is 1 Corinthians 11:23–34.
Rev. Diane discusses how we are a people of hope despite all that is around us, because God says there is a new future ahead, and we have begun to see the first fruits of that harvest. The scripture reading is Isaiah 65:17–25, 1 Corinthians 15:23–25, and John 4:31–38.
We apologize for the technical difficulties that have prevented us from putting up sermons. We expect that they will be resolved in the next few weeks.
Evelyn shares testimony about spiritual gifts.
Rev. Diane continues our series on Spiritual Gifts by telling three stories and offering a challenge to all of us, in demonstration of why we need each other. The scripture reading is 1 Corinthians 12:12–20.