Sermon: Singing Through The Wall

Psalm 30 and Luke 6:21 and 25 Jesus walked this lonesome valley. He had to walk it by himself. Nobody else could walk it for him. Nobody else could walk it for you or me; we have to walk it by ourselves. About five years ago, I learned about a debate that had been...

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Sermon: First Words and Unprovoked and Honest

Psalm 49:1-9,16-20 and Luke 6:17-20, 24 Introduction to the Scripture: First Words Last Sunday we celebrated the promise of resurrection: Christ is risen, he is risen indeed. As you might recall, our Gospel reading did not end with the women shouting Hallelujah or all...

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Meditation Room Available for Use

Meditation Room Available for Use

Do you ever feel like you need to get away from it all? You can take a mini-break to think, read, study, whatever you need for a quiet environment in our Meditation Room. Located on the lower level next to the men's room, it is furnished with a writing table and...

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Sermon: What Choice Do We Have…

Psalm 146 and Mark 16:1-8 A few years back, I remember sitting in a clergy meeting hearing Reverend Kuenning tell the origin story of the Community Caring Conference. Some of you might remember what was happening here in the seventies. Our neighborhood was changing....

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Sermon: When There Are No Words (Good Friday)

Mark 15:21-32 and Mark 15:33-41 and Psalm 22:1-11 I once had an English teacher who quoted a famous writer to our class. Now I don’t know who the writer was! My Google search has turned up nothing, but I remember the quote: “You can never forgive the one you have...

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Sermon: Swept Up in the Spirit

Psalm 113 and Mark 11:1-11 Recently our nation is experiencing the rising of a new movement led by our teenagers. Thank God. Yesterday was the March For Our Lives organized by high school students from Parkland, Florida calling on congress to pass laws that will...

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Sermon: What the Law Leaves Out

Psalm 91:1-12 and Numbers 35:6-15 If we were to get right into the heart of what it means to be Christian, all underneath the bylaws and the doctrines, right to the quick of the deep— something we would find there is forgiveness. Now I don’t mean to suggest that other...

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