Sermons


"Where does help come from?" seems to be the guiding question that sets the psalm in motion.  The Lord, the Maker of heaven and earth, is presented as Helper.  The…

The Old and New Adam

March 1, 2020
Let's open Lent with Paul's reflections on the refashioning of humanity from the "Old Adam" under the "fall" to the "New Adam" in Christ.  Lent is that forty-day period when…

The Mountain

February 23, 2020
The transfiguration is more than just a way to convince the disciples of Jesus' Deity.  The transfiguration gives the disciples the eyes to see the light in the Chaos that…

True Happiness

February 16, 2020
This is a psalm addressed to God and to the "nations."  Where do we come in?  What are we able to hear that is addressed to us?  And what's to…
The psalm speaks of the "Fear of the Lord," (rendered "honor" by some translations).  "Fear" does not mean "to be afraid" but rather a posture toward God similar to the…
The Sermon on the Mount, a collection of Jesus's teachings, opens with the Beatitudes.  Jesus has called people to follow him.  But what is the substance of that following?  What…

A Lamp in the Darkness

January 26, 2020
With the Psalmist, we sing with such bold confidence in the light and salvation of God precisely at those moments when we are filled with fear.  We sing our way…
The psalmist says that God "leaned down to me; he listened to my cry for help" (v. 1).  Psalms of thanksgiving tend to have a stereotypical form: the crisis is…

When God Talks To Us

January 12, 2020

Photo Galleries

February 16, 2020

Kids helped plan and participated in this service. You did great!

Kick Off Sunday

September 8, 2019 we kicked off our Fall church programming with a lunch!