“What could be more urgent in our world today, than for Christian people to embody their faith in ways that make a difference in real life?”
A letter to the congregation from Pastor Alan Sherouse reflecting on Ash Wednesday and the school shooting in Parkland, FL.
“As Jesus descends the mount of transfiguration, we remember again that the way of Christ – indeed the core of our faith – is not really about us going up. It’s about Jesus coming down.”
Plan to be a part of next Sunday’s presentation of our candidate for Associate Pastor: Spiritual Formation.
“Jesus shows us in this story, healing a broken world is much more about the community than it is about the individuals.”
“Follow me, and you will become more than you knew you could be.”
On Sunday, January 14, we gathered after worship as a congregation for an annual “State of the Church” conversation, taking the opportunity at the start of a new calendar year to reflect on where we are and where God is calling us. I want to use this month’s “Window”...
People don’t hear the gospel. They see it.
https://youtu.be/ijLy6oocTHY?t=27m29s Mark 1:4-8
https://youtu.be/AvT5GWy6jvA?t=35m45s Matthew 2:1-12
For all the anticipation, preparation and waiting, Christmas seems to end quickly. The days after Christmas can feel like an abrupt shift. We know that the Christmas season lasts for 12 days leading up to Epiphany on January 6, but liturgical technicalities aside, on...
Click Sermon Title to Listen or Watch | Click Scripture to Read December 31st, 2017 | Ordinary Faith | Stamey December 24, 2017 (Christmas Eve) | The Time When it Happened | Sherouse December 24, 2017 | O Come, Thou Wisdom (My Mother Used to Sing) | Sherouse...