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17th Sunday After Pentecost

Sunday, September 17, 2023
SERMON HIGHLIGHTS: Forgiveness has three parts – Asking, Granting, and Receiving. Forgiveness is incomplete without all these elements, but, when they all occur together, reconciliation happens and relationships are mended.


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15th Sunday After Pentecost

Sunday, September 10, 2023
SERMON HIGHLIGHTS: Imagining God’s will is hard and sometimes we disagree on what God wants from us. When we do disagree, we need to talk together to resolve our differences. God prioritizes relationships over punishment for getting it wrong.

The 12th Sunday after Pentecost

Sunday, August 20, 2023
SERMON HIGHLIGHTS: Jesus was approached by a Canaanite woman, a woman on the margins. Jesus loved the woman and listened to her plea. In the act of loving and listening Jesus was changed. We are changed when we love and listen.

10th Sunday after Pentecost

Sunday, August 06, 2023
SERMON HIGHLIGHTS: Fear and self-interest mires us in an attitude of scarcity. Faith encourages us to have an attitude of abundance. God encourages us to care for people’s needs, faithfully relying on God to bring this kingdom work to completion.

9th Sunday after Pentecost

Sunday, July 30, 2023
SERMON HIGHLIGHTS: How do you imagine the kingdom of heaven? It’s a mystery, but God asks us to partner in making the kingdom come. We work with God as we imagine and experiment ways to reconcile creation – to make the world fairer, to feed the hungry, to house the homeless. It is our job to name, live out, and promote the characteristics of the kingdom of heaven.

8th Sunday after Pentecost

Sunday, July 23, 2023
SERMON HIGHLIGHTS: The Parable of the Weeds and the Wheat tells us God will judge in the end. While we find some consolation in purifying the church, that’s not our job. Right now we are called to practice hospitality and loving care to build the harvest.

7th Sunday after Pentecost

Sunday, July 16, 2023
SERMON HIGHLIGHTS: A birthright is an inheritance and our inheritance as believers is hope, hope in God’s promise, God’s character, and God’s plan. Our responsibility is to use our hope to offer light and life to a world that is dark and desperate.

Pentecost 2

Sunday, June 11, 2023
SERMON HIGHLIGHTS: God promised Abram that God would be present and, through Abram, bless all of creation. We hold fast to that promise going through life that is full of challenges and difficulties. No one knows what lies ahead, but it is the promise of God’s blessing and presence that enables us to carry on.

Sunday’s sermon review

Sunday, June 04, 2023
SERMON HIGHLIGHTS: This week we heard Matthew’s description of Jesus’ last words. “Go and make disciples”. Even though a lot of us don’t think our faith is strong enough, Jesus sends us anyway. God delights in our questions about our faith. Searching for meaning as we go out into the world strengthens our faith.

Church Happenings

Sunday, April 30, 2023
SERMON HIGHLIGHTS: Jesus came to bring life, life worth living. Jesus invites us to follow him to abundant life. Following Jesus means rejecting to world’s values in favor of the love and mercy that Jesus lived.

Easter 2

Sunday, April 16, 2023
SERMON HIGHLIGHTS: We read the story of Doubting Thoms from John’s gospel and considered that it is out of doubts and questions that the greatest faith emerges. We all have doubts, but God sends us into the world to do God’s work of loving, caring, and changing the world.

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