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Sunday: 8:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m.
Thursday: 6:30 p.m.
Friday: 1:30 p.m. (Shortened)





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“His heart went out to them because they were like sheep without a shepherd.”

Sermon on Mark 6:30-34 for the Ninth Sunday after Pentecost, July 19 & 22, 2018 Today’s Gospel is really a bridge lesson from last week’s Gospel about Jesus sending his disciples out to proclaim the good news and next week’s Gospel about the feeding of the five thousand. That doesn’t mean that this week’s lesson is unimportant—in…

Don’t Shoot the Messenger: The Mission & Message are the Lord’s, not mine!

Sermon on Amos 7:10-15 for the 8th Sunday after Pentecost, July 15, 2018   Did you know that the phrase, “don’t shoot the messenger” was first spoken by the prophet Amos?!  That phrase is used among us to tell someone to whom we deliver a message that the message was coming from someone else and…

Thankfulness Leads to Faithfulness

Sermon on Matthew 25:14-30 for the Fourth Sunday after Pentecost, June 21 & 24, 2018 I’ve got a problem with the word “stewardship.” We have a “stewardship” section of hymns in the hymnal, we usually have some kind of “stewardship Sunday” in the fall, we have a three-week “stewardship” sermon series–and what do we connect that word…

God’s Three Sabbath’s for the Good of His People

Sermon on Mark 2:23–3:6 for the Second Sunday after Pentecost, May 31/June 3, 2018 I. The Old Testament Sabbath. We learned the Third Commandment the way it’s printed here in the bulletin: “Remember the Sabbath day by keeping it holy.” In the Old Testament, the Commandment was connected very much to the God even had…

Jesus says, “Remain in My Love. Obey My Commands. Go and Bear Fruit.”

Sermon on John 15:9–17 for the Sixth Sunday of Easter (Confirmation), May 3 & 6, 2018 “Remain in My Love.” Perhaps it has always been this way—but we see it more and more in our time. “Love” has a problem with its definition. You watch your favorite TV show and a commercial for cereal comes on. “I…

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