Monthly Archives: November 2018

November 2018

Are You A King?~John 18: 33-37

By | November 25th, 2018|sermons|

Given By Rev Jessica Chapman on November 25, 2018 In today's reading, Pontius Pilate asks Jesus "Are you a king?" Jesus answers cryptically. Pilate wanted the matter of what to do with Jesus to be handled within the Jewish community without Roman involvement. Jesus was presented as a criminal, a threat to the Jewish status ...

A Woman’s Place~ Luke 13: 10-16

By | November 18th, 2018|sermons|

Given By Rev Carl Crider on November 18, 2018 Rev. Crider speaks to the issue of inequality for women as related to marriage and society. Matrimony is one of the sacraments. Historically, it celebrates the transferring of property. Luckily, things are changing. Women no longer are considered property. They do not need a man's permission ...

Learning From The Body~Luke 9: 10-17

By | November 11th, 2018|sermons|

Given By Rev Anna Runion on November 11, 2018 On this Stewardship Sunday, we celebrate our congregation's use of their time and talents. We share with the entire North County community as well as the global community. It is a testament of our faith. Our reading speaks of the early church as they gather together ...

Honoring Our Pain, Coming Back to Life~Ezekiel 37: 1-14

By | November 4th, 2018|sermons|

Given By Rev Anna Runion on November 4, 2018 Our text today is not about resurrection or Jesus. It is about restoration of a grieving people. They had lost family, friends, their country, and the presence of God. The temple had been destroyed. Like us, they had lost much. Many wonder where was God?  They ...