Sermons

Original Sin, Original Blessing

by Jeff Krehbiel, January 8 2017

The sad truth is, no matter how long we have been a member of the church, no matter what role we serve, whether we are long time members, or a church officer or even the pastor, we are still haunted time and again with the self-doubt and self-rejection that makes us wonder whether we are good enough to deserve God’s love.… Read Full Transcript

Advent Becoming

by Nancy Neal, December 11 2016

Mary’s response to her pregnancy is to sing. She is so confident in God that she sings as if God has already turned the world upside down, even before Jesus is born. I don’t know about you, but this is pretty tough for me to believe right now. … Read Full Transcript

A Healed World

by Jeff Krehbiel, December 4 2016

Our hearts may not be feeling very open, or charitable, or forgiving right now. I’m not sure mine is. Thank God it’s not up to me. … Read Full Transcript

Transition Team

by Jeff Krehbiel, November 27 2016

We know what it means to be lulled to sleep. In fact, right now there seems to be many people that are encouraging us to look the other way, to get back to normal, to go with life as before, to immerse ourselves in the usual Christmas preoccupation with our holiday dinner menus and our Christmas shopping list as if nothing is going on around us that we need to be concerned with. … Read Full Transcript

Rebuilding the Church

by Jeff Krehbiel, November 13 2016

The church is called, in its life together, to live out the values of the gospel, to bear witness to the way of Jesus in its common life, to be a community of alternative values and practices even in the midst of a hostile world. As a part of that witness, the church is called to stand, in season and out of season, even at the risk of its own life, on the side of those who are most vulnerable.… Read Full Transcript

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