Sermon: By the Tender Mercy of our God

Isaiah 42:1-9 When Elizabeth got pregnant, her husband, Zechariah, didn’t even believe it, so the angel Gabriel made it so Zechariah could not speak until Elizabeth gave birth to John. Once she did, Zechariah took a long look at his baby. Once he named the baby John,...

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Christ Is Born!

Celebrate the season with Church of Peace Monday, December 24, 7:30 p.m. Christmas Eve Worship for the family featuring Holy Communion and Candlelight Singing

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Ideas for Advent at Home 2018

Ideas for Advent at Home 2018

Advent is a season observed as a time of expectant waiting and preparation for Jesus' birth celebrated on Christmas Day. The term is a version of the Latin word meaning "coming".  Advent is the period of four Sundays and weeks before Christmas.  There is a lot to do...

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Sermon: Peace Some Day

Habakkuk 1:1-7, 2:1-4, 3:17-19 Ta-Nehisi Coates wrote the book Between the World and Me as an open letter to his young son. In this, Coates makes a stunning observation.[note] I missed this point on my first reading. I am indebted to Austin Channing Brown for pointing...

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Sermon: Miraculous and Entirely Possible

Luke 20:45-21:4 and Psalm 138 If you were here last Sunday, you might be experiencing deja vu. Today Sue just read the story of the widow’s mite from the Gospel of Luke. Last week you heard this story from Mark. Two different Gospels. Two different preachers. Two...

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Sermon: Life at the Margins by Rev. Katherine Mulhern

Ruth 3:1-5, 4:13-17 and Mark 12:38-44 Guest Preacher: Rev. Katherine Mulhern Every once in a while, we here at Church of Peace, join together in reading the United Church of Christ Statement of faith. It’s not a CREED, exactly. Because we do not believe that there...

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Totenfest Reflection: Changing the Ending

John 21:4-14 Whoever wrote the Gospel of John planned to end the book with a twist. It’s arguably the best twist we could imagine: Jesus who got killed on the cross didn’t stay dead. Early on the first day of the week, when it was still dark, Mary Magdalene went to...

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