'Fear Not' is said 80 times in the Bible. This sermon kicks off a 6 part series that looks at the ideas of fear in the Bible. This first one looks at how current politics in the United Methodist Church are creating fear and apprehension around what may become a new thing.
Pastor Greg steps in for a sick Pastor Lori to preach on the very short parable of the mustard seed. He takes a look at the often fickle nature of faith.
Zacchaeus was a wee little man, so he climbed a big sycamore tree to see Jesus. He was also a wealthy tax collector and none too revered by the people. Yet, Jesus chose him. How does his story fit in with the other rich men of the Bible.
The prodigal son gets most of the attention, but there are three equally important points of view in this parable. Pastor Greg looks at all of them with a focus on what it means to come home.
Two passages in the Bible where people go way out of their way to retrieve a simple thing and then celebrate its recovery. It's less about the thing and more about faith.
Our ministry fair coincides with the anniversary of the lunar landing. We look together at the small steps that can be made in our lives and community.
Pastor Lori shows us the proper seat and table placements, according to Jesus, on this communion Sunday.
The meaning and observance of Sabbath has changed dramatically over the generations. What does it mean for us to observe the Sabbath and do the works of mercy and compassion that God has called us to do?
All those who came before us have paved the way for the 'marathon' of faith that we live in our lives.
The passage from Hebrews and the sermon speaks to the part of our faith founded in the Unseen. Pastor Greg looks at multiple biblical stories like Thomas, where the unseen part of faith is questioned. The music is bells!