Sunday, May 28, 2017

Easter Sermon: To Live Through This Day

March 27, 2016, Easter Sunday Church of Peace, UCC Rev. Mariah Marlin-Warfield Isaiah 58:1-12, Luke 24:1-12 To Live Through This Day If we mean to come and worship the LORD, isn’t this what God seeks? Is it not to loose the bonds of injustice, and undo the thongs of the yoke, and let the oppressed […]

Sermon: Care to Make a Statement?

March 20, 2016, Palm Sunday Church of Peace, UCC Rev. Mariah Marlin-Warfield Isaiah 61 and Luke 19:28-42 Care to Make a Statement? A little over a year ago, some of the pastors in the Quad Cities received word that a church group was coming to town to protest several of our congregations. This is a […]

Sermon – But How Can We Sing the LORD’s Song Here?: Faith Locked Up

March 13, 2016 Church of Peace, UCC Rev. Mariah Marlin-Warfield Philippians 4:4-20 But How Can We Sing the LORD’s Song Here?: Faith Locked Up This year during Lent we’re asking the question: how does our Christian faith relate to the U.S. criminal justice system? In asking this, another question pops up, and this is the […]

Sermon – Not Doomed By Distance: Faith Locked Up

March 6, 2016 Church of Peace, UCC Rev. Mariah Marlin-Warfield Philippians 1:12-30 Not Doomed By Distance: Faith Locked Up It’s the whole purpose behind Skype. And visiting hours. And the sacrament of holy communion. It’s the thing that makes us check our luggage and sit for hours in those back-to-back chairs in the gate area. […]