Sermons 2022

Wisdom From Ecclesiastes | The Meaning of Relationship

2022-09-25T12:21:54-07:00September 25th, 2022|Sermons 2022|

Rev. Dr. Charlene Han Powell preaches The Meaning of Relationship. Since the beginning of time, humanity has pondered the question, “What is the meaning of life?” Especially in times of great upheaval and change, we come back to these philosophical questions to give us direction, purpose, and stability. But what does the Bible have to say about such earthly matters? Quite a lot! Join us this fall as we begin a new program year in the book of Ecclesiastes. Together, we will explore the refreshingly blunt, surprisingly realistic, and brutally honest reflections about life contained in this Old Testament book and [...]

Wisdom From Ecclesiastes | The Meaning of Success (Work, Pleasure)

2022-09-18T13:52:22-07:00September 18th, 2022|Sermons 2022|

Rev. Dr. Charlene Han Powell preaches The Meaning of Success. Since the beginning of time, humanity has pondered the question, “What is the meaning of life?” Especially in times of great upheaval and change, we come back to these philosophical questions to give us direction, purpose, and stability. But what does the Bible have to say about such earthly matters? Quite a lot! Join us this fall as we begin a new program year in the book of Ecclesiastes. Together, we will explore the refreshingly blunt, surprisingly realistic, and brutally honest reflections about life contained in this Old Testament book and [...]

Wisdom From Ecclesiastes | The Meaning of Time

2022-09-11T13:16:31-07:00September 11th, 2022|Sermons 2022|

Rev. Dr. Charlene Han Powell preaches The Meaning of Time. Since the beginning of time, humanity has pondered the question, “What is the meaning of life?” Especially in times of great upheaval and change, we come back to these philosophical questions to give us direction, purpose, and stability. But what does the Bible have to say about such earthly matters? Quite a lot! Join us this fall as we begin a new program year in the book of Ecclesiastes. Together, we will explore the refreshingly blunt, surprisingly realistic, and brutally honest reflections about life contained in this Old Testament book and [...]

Extraordinary Texts | Remember Who You Are

2022-09-04T12:42:07-07:00September 4th, 2022|Sermons 2022|

Rev. Jake Medcalf preaches Remember Who You Are Every year after Pentecost, the church moves into the liturgical season of Ordinary Time—the liminal space between Advent and Easter/Lent—yet this season is anything but ordinary. As we venture out into exciting unknowns, we will be resting in the time honored tradition of preaching the lectionary. Originating in the time of Moses, the lectionary offers the church a rich and complete picture of Scripture by appointing texts from both the Old and New Testaments and the Psalms. Join us in worship this summer as we journey through the extraordinary wisdom and truth offered to us [...]

Extraordinary Texts | Something’s Burning

2022-08-28T12:15:03-07:00August 28th, 2022|Sermons 2022|

Rev. Mark Stryker preaches Something's Burning! Every year after Pentecost, the church moves into the liturgical season of Ordinary Time—the liminal space between Advent and Easter/Lent—yet this season is anything but ordinary. As we venture out into exciting unknowns, we will be resting in the time honored tradition of preaching the lectionary. Originating in the time of Moses, the lectionary offers the church a rich and complete picture of Scripture by appointing texts from both the Old and New Testaments and the Psalms. Join us in worship this summer as we journey through the extraordinary wisdom and truth offered to us in the [...]

Extraordinary Texts | Watch Out

2022-08-21T12:41:55-07:00August 21st, 2022|Sermons 2022|

Rev. Tom Elson suggests you Watch Out! Every year after Pentecost, the church moves into the liturgical season of Ordinary Time—the liminal space between Advent and Easter/Lent—yet this season is anything but ordinary. As we venture out into exciting unknowns, we will be resting in the time honored tradition of preaching the lectionary. Originating in the time of Moses, the lectionary offers the church a rich and complete picture of Scripture by appointing texts from both the Old and New Testaments and the Psalms. Join us in worship this summer as we journey through the extraordinary wisdom and truth offered to us in [...]

Extraordinary Texts | A New Guest List: Hospitality in the Way of Jesus

2022-08-14T13:52:53-07:00August 14th, 2022|Sermons 2022|

Tori Bommarito preaches on A New Guest List: Hospitality in the Way of Jesus. Every year after Pentecost, the church moves into the liturgical season of Ordinary Time—the liminal space between Advent and Easter/Lent—yet this season is anything but ordinary. As we venture out into exciting unknowns, we will be resting in the time honored tradition of preaching the lectionary. Originating in the time of Moses, the lectionary offers the church a rich and complete picture of Scripture by appointing texts from both the Old and New Testaments and the Psalms. Join us in worship this summer as we journey through the extraordinary [...]

Extraordinary Texts | A Distant Hope

2022-08-07T12:49:31-07:00August 7th, 2022|Sermons 2022|

Rev. Dr. Riana Shaw Robinson preaches on A Distant Hope. Every year after Pentecost, the church moves into the liturgical season of Ordinary Time—the liminal space between Advent and Easter/Lent—yet this season is anything but ordinary. As we venture out into exciting unknowns, we will be resting in the time honored tradition of preaching the lectionary. Originating in the time of Moses, the lectionary offers the church a rich and complete picture of Scripture by appointing texts from both the Old and New Testaments and the Psalms. Join us in worship this summer as we journey through the extraordinary wisdom and truth offered [...]

Extraordinary Texts | Does God Give Up?

2022-07-31T13:24:37-07:00July 31st, 2022|Sermons 2022|

Rev. Mark Stryker asks Does God Give Up? Every year after Pentecost, the church moves into the liturgical season of Ordinary Time—the liminal space between Advent and Easter/Lent—yet this season is anything but ordinary. As we venture out into exciting unknowns, we will be resting in the time honored tradition of preaching the lectionary. Originating in the time of Moses, the lectionary offers the church a rich and complete picture of Scripture by appointing texts from both the Old and New Testaments and the Psalms. Join us in worship this summer as we journey through the extraordinary wisdom and truth offered to us [...]

Extraordinary Texts | Living One’s Life Christianly

2022-07-24T12:35:21-07:00July 24th, 2022|Sermons 2022|

Rev. Tom Elson preaches on Living One's Life Christianly. Every year after Pentecost, the church moves into the liturgical season of Ordinary Time—the liminal space between Advent and Easter/Lent—yet this season is anything but ordinary. As we venture out into exciting unknowns, we will be resting in the time honored tradition of preaching the lectionary. Originating in the time of Moses, the lectionary offers the church a rich and complete picture of Scripture by appointing texts from both the Old and New Testaments and the Psalms. Join us in worship this summer as we journey through the extraordinary wisdom and truth offered to [...]

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