May 24, 2019
May 19, 2019
With the Psalms written over 2,000 years ago, what guidance could they give about global warming and carbon footprints? Surprisingly, more than you’d expect. Please enjoy this sermon from Pastor Katie Murchison Ross, “For the Birds.”
April 18, 2019
As we celebrate Easter Sunday, we focus upon the opening of the empty tomb. This mysterious, specific moment provides a seminal turning point for mankind, where things would never be the same on the other side of the equation. Pastor Ben Trawick’s sermon, “Then a Miracle Occurs.” for your reflection.
April 14, 2019
As we arrive at Holy Week, Pastor Ben Trawick, in his sermon, “An Ironic, Irenic Messiah,” discusses enacting of liturgy and the meaning behind it. In short, we know what certain actions symbolize and what is required of us, whether it is Jesus riding a donkey into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday, or the Nationals scoring a run.
April 7, 2019
As Presbyterians, we pride ourselves on our sense of order. But according to Luke, everything in Jesus’ life was not orderly, particularly towards the end. Perhaps we can learn a lesson and “loosen up” just a little. A sermon from Associate Pastor Katie Murchison Ross, “Indecently and Out of Order.”
March 24, 2019
In today’s scripture reading, Jesus shares three parables about being lost. But what does it mean in today’s day and age to be lost? What does God do about it? Find the answer in Pastor Ben Trawick’s sermon, “Selva Oscura (The Dark Wood).”