From Pentecost Sunday (June 9) through the end of July, our sermons focus on the book of Acts. If the gospels are the story of Jesus, Acts is the story of the Spirit and what it inspires in the earliest followers of Jesus.

After the coming of the Spirit, some go out from there. Having heard the words of Peter, they start to see visions and dream dreams. They stream out from the streets of Jerusalem into a wide world proclaiming a bold and inclusive message in every tongue they can speak. They follow the movements of the Spirit and find that the gifts keep coming, and that Pentecost keeps happening over and over again. And, in most every language, we have a name for those people: they’re called “the Church.” — Alan Sherouse (From “Life in the Spirit | In Our Own Language” on June 9, 2019).

Visit our Sermon Page to watch, read or listen to all of our “Life in the Spirit” sermons.