Sermon for 09/19/2021 – “Who Do You Say Jesus Is?”

Mark 8:27-38 Just want to remind you that you have the opportunity today to contribute to our conversation today by responding to today’s question that was posed earlier. That question again is, “Who do you say Jesus is, and what does that mean to you?” Send your responses to us on our text line at

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Sermon for 09/12/2021 – “Members of One Body”

1 Corinthians 12:12-27 If you were to take a dollar bill from your wallet or a coin from your pocket and look at it very carefully, you would find the Latin phrase “E Pluribus Unum.” It is the motto of the United States, chosen by a committee of the Continental Congress in 1776 consisting of

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Sermon for 04/18/2021 – “Faith”

Acts 3:12-19 First in the series “Becoming Church” What are the characteristics, qualities, or practices that make the Church what it is? For the next several weeks, we will explore some thoughts about this question that arise from readings in the New Testament book of Acts. In addition to hearing from our pastors, we will

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Sermon for 03/21/2021 – “Again & Again, We Are Reformed”

Jeremiah 31:31-35, John 12:20-33 In the series “Again and Again: A Lenten Refrain” By Rev. Becky Schofield Motter It is so good to have this opportunity to be together in worship. I praise God for each of you being presence with us to give honor to our God.  I have heard numerous times during Lent

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Sermon for 07/12/2020 – “One Shepherd, One Flock”

John 10:11-16 Concluding the series “The Gospel and Race” When we began our current series on “The Gospel and Race,” we outlined four principles that undergird our exploration. We said that we all bear the image of God, meaning that every human being of every culture, nationality, language, social class, gender, and race reflects God’s

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Sermon for 04/12/2020 – Easter – “Spread the Hope”

Click here to read the Sermon Reflection Questions 2020-04-12 for this message. In the series “Heart-to-Heart Talks” John 20:1-18 For many, Easter has traditionally been a time to gather with family and friends at church for a big celebratory service in a sanctuary decked out with dozens of spring flowers; to share a meal with as

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