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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Sermon: Style, and Substance, and Soul

Psalm 119:1-10, 81-90 and Mark 2:18-22 Today we are continuing the fall series, “This Changing Church” which celebrates how Church of Peace has a tradition of changing. Since we were founded in eighteen ninety-five, our language has changed, our building has changed....

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Want to Improve Your Prayer Life?

Join us as we try something new! A regular, weekly Centering Prayer group is forming here at Church of Peace! To get us started off, we will meet every Friday at 1:00 p.m., beginning on November 2. Centering Prayer is an ancient form of “listening prayer”, similar to...

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“Life on Impulse”

Solitary Confinement in America with speaker Anthony Gay Sunday, October 28, 9:00 a.m., at Church of Peace Join speaker Anthony Gay as he tells his story of life in the American prison system. Mr. Gay shares his struggle to endure years of solitary confinement and to...

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Sermon: Confused, Scattered, Then What?

Genesis 11:1-9 The first thing to know about the Tower of Babel is this story is all the way made up. You can imagine how it happened. Once upon a time, a curious six-year-old asked her grandfather, “Why are there so many different languages in the world?” Her grandpa...

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