An important part of our worship each week is the sermon.  An important goal of the sermon is to encourage members of the congregation to think about how the Holy Scriptures – written thousands of years ago – apply to our lives today.  Click on the name of the sermon to hear it.

Divine Ways and Human Ways

Posted on 12 Sep 2017
Jesus tells Peter that Peter needs to think less in human ways and more in divine ways.  Our parish is poised to think in a purposeful way about what God is calling us to be in the next few years.  We are challenged to think in ways that are more divine.
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Jesus Being Just a Bit Off His Game

Posted on 12 Sep 2017
Jesus seems to be a bit “off his game” when he ignores a woman who is asking him to help her daughter.  She insists and Jesus eventually helps her and her daughter.  How might Jesus’s actions inform how we should respond when people around us are a bit “off their
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No Need to be Afraid

Posted on 12 Sep 2017
As Jesus walks on the water to be with the 12 apostles who are foundering in a boat, he tells them not to be afraid.  Jesus continues to tell us that we no longer need to be afraid, even when we struggle to meet the challenges of our lives.
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Paul and the Law

Posted on 18 Jul 2017
Although Paul says that the Law is the Law of sin and death, but also that the Law is holy.  I explore this seeming contradiction and suggest that Paul understood that the Law is useful and important, but also that it is limited in what it can do.
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