Sermons

Comfort, Comfort my People

December 10

In a time that knew little peace, to a people who knew little comfort, the LORD God sent a messenger to bring peace and comfort.

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A Celebration of Carols

December 10

As you listen to this "celebration of carols", may you be reminded of Christ's mercy and grace.

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We Are Your People

December 3

No one calls your name,” Isaiah complains; and you have “given us over to our sins.” But then, because he has a true pastor’s heart, he pleads for his people. Isaiah sets a good tone for us as we begin the season of Advent seeking hope in Christ.

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Under His Feet

November 26

This Sunday is the last in the Christian year. The year ends with Christ standing as king of creation and head of the Church. In Ephesians we are told God has put all things under his feet and appointed him to be head over everything in the church. Let us crown him with many crowns and proclaim him Lord of all!

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Do Not Forget the Lord

November 19

Well before they crossed the Jordan River into the Promised Land, Moses warned the Children of Israel not to forget the Lord. At the time it seemed inconceivable, but soon they would begin to take their blessings for granted. Let’s learn from their mistakes and remember the Lord.

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Choose Whom You Will Serve

November 12

Joshua assembled the people and told them it was time to make a choice—will they serve the Lord or will they serve someone else? Then he asked them to throw away their idols if they were serious about serving God. On Stewardship Sunday, we make a pledge to serve God, too.

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God Will Wipe Away Every Tear

November 5

On All Saints Sunday we remember those who have departed this world to go to the next. In Revelation we have a glimpse of what worship is like in heaven.

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The Protestant Reformation: 500 Years Later

October 29

October 31 will be the 500 year anniversary of the beginning of the Protestant Reformation. This Sunday we’ll talk about what that means for us today.

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