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Sermon | A Public Service of Praise & Thanksgiving | Psalm 100 | “We Are Not Our Own”

This sermon was delivered at our “Public Service of Praise & Thanksgiving” for recovery from COVID-19, July 25, 2021. A Few Words As we prepare to look at Psalm 100 together and as we continue to give thanks and praise to God through listening to his preached Word, I want to first offer a few […]

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The Parables of Jesus | Hidden Treasure & the Pearl of Great Price | Matt. 13:44-46

All-Surpassing Treasure As we continue our series on the Parables, we look now to the Parable of Hidden Treasure and the Parable of the Pearl of Great Price. Our schedule of readings is out on the Welcome Table, and I encourage you to pick one up so that you can follow along each week. As […]

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The Parables of Jesus | The Parable of the Sower | Matt. 13:1-23

Come Holy Spirit, both use and overrule my words, that your word alone might be heard. Through Christ our Lord. Amen. I. Our Lord & the Purpose of His Parables (vs. 1-2, 10-17) Well today, we begin a new series on the Parables of Jesus. You can pick our schedule of readings on the Welcome […]

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Sermons on Sermons | Part IV | “The Strangeness of the Word” | Acts 17:22-34

Prayer Blessed Lord, who caused all Holy Scriptures to be written for our learning: Grant us so to hear them, read, mark, learn, and inwardly digest them, that by patience and the comfort of your Holy Word we may embrace and ever hold fast the blessed hope of everlasting life, which you have given us […]

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The Parables of Jesus: A 2021 Big Read

Join us each Sunday during Ordinary Time as we dive into the Parables of Jesus, asking how each parable reveals who Jesus is, asking us the question, “Where do we stand with him?”

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July 25: A Public Service of Thanksgiving & Praise

“O go your way into his gates with thanksgiving, and into his courts with praise; be thankful unto him, and speak good of his Name.” (Psalm 100:4) Join us July 25 as we gather for a special service of thanksgiving and praise to God for continued recover from COVID-19.

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To Be a Christian: Foundational Catechism (Part IV, July 4-August 1)

Runs 9:00-9:45 AM in the chapel (located directly behind the chancel) This is part of our year-long class on the basics of Christian faith. It is based on “To Be a Christian: An Anglican Catechism” and the 39 Articles. It is an introduction into authentic Christian belief and practice and centers around the Apostles’ Creed, […]

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Kingdom Story – Part III (July 4-August 1)

Runs 9:00-9:50 in the Children’s Room/Nursery. Kingdom Story is all about helping kids understand and apply the narrative of Holy Scripture. The curriculum also covers the three foundations of the faith: Apostles’ Creed, Ten Commandments & The Greatest Commandment, and The Lord’s Prayer. Lessons will be offered in-person! Please contact Karen Burger for sign-up (karinavaleria […]

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Sermons on Sermons: The Story of the Word | Luke 24:27

Prayer Father, help us truly and rightly hear the drama of Scripture this morning, that we might receive Christ for us and live to your praise and honor. In Jesus’ name. Amen. I. The Story of God’s Word Can you sum up the Bible in one sentence? Luke 24:27 just about does it: “And beginning with Moses […]

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Sermons on Sermons: The Primacy of the Word (Deuteronomy 4:32-40)

The Primacy of God’s Word Let’s remind ourselves what we’re up to in our current series “Sermons on Sermons.” We’re looking at the preached Word in four ways: the power, the primacy, the story and the strangeness of God’s Word. If you missed last week’s sermon on “The Power of the Word” from Ezekiel 37, […]