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November 2020

Ezekiel Man of God~ Ezekiel 18-19, 20, 30-32

By | November 21st, 2020|sermons|

Given by Rev. Carl Crider November 15, 2020 Our reading does not sound like it was made over 2,600 years ago. It describes events of both today and the past equally well. Ezekiel called the people of Judah to be accountable for their actions.  He also reminded everyone that God was concerned about all people. ...

March 2020

January 2020

In-Spirit-ed~ The Gospel According to John 1: 29-34

By | January 19th, 2020|sermons|

Given by Rev. Madison Shockley January 19, 2020 Inspirited...a new word to express what happens when one is inspired. It describes what happened when Jesus was baptized. The movement of the "spirit" is like a dove. John the Baptist was sent to baptize as many people as possible. One of those people would be special, ...

November 2019

From Fragments, A Feast~ Habakkuk 1: 1-3, 2: 1-3

By | November 3rd, 2019|sermons|

Given by Ann Runion November 3, 2019 It is not uncommon to wonder where God is when we see suffering in the world. Why does God not intervene? In today's reading, the prophet, Habakkuk, asked these same questions. He is clinging to the ramparts waiting for God to answer him. Like us, he has an ...

May 2019

Holy Now~John 5: 1-9

By | May 26th, 2019|sermons|

Given By Rev. Jaime Romo May 26, 2019 Today is Memorial Day. It is also Safe Church Sunday. We are reflecting on healing. We may be feeling a mixture of feelings; reverence, respect, anxiety, loss, and/or grief. Memorial Day began as a way to honor and grieve for the losses of the Civil War. It ...

March 2017

Holy Healthcare

By | March 26th, 2017|sermons|

https://vimeo.com/213369813 Given By Rev. Madison Shockley March 26, 2017 Today's reading coincides with the current topic involving healthcare. Our government is wrestling with just how much healthcare should be available. The Gospel of John should not be taken literally. It is a story of Jesus healing a blind man. His disciples ask whose sin led ...