Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

July 2020

We Dare To Hope~Paul’s Letter to the Romans 8:22-25

By | July 19th, 2020|sermons|

Given by Rev. Dr. Carl Crider July 19, 2020 During the month of July, we are looking at what has formed our assumptions, our language, and our thinking. Each of us are starting at different places on this journey. We are asking hard questions about race in our community of faith. Racism is built into ...

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, ...

January 2019

Who Is My Neighbor\Enemy? ~ Leviticus 19: 13-23 Matthew 5: 43-44 46a-47

By | January 20th, 2019|sermons|

Given By Rev. Madison Shockley January 20, 2019 Several of the passages from today's reading are particularly poignant as we honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King  Jr.. With just his intelligence, eloquence, courage, and faith, he freed a nation from segregation. Rev. King took the words of Matthew and Leviticus seriously. Love your neighbor ...