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Today’s sermon begins shortly after the 31 minute mark. (The timing is slightly different on Apple devices.)
To those who are visiting today or who have only been worshiping with us for the past few months – each year at this time we have a Stewardship Campaign – we raise money in order to pay salaries, take care of the building, support our social justice work in the community, and pay for programs like youth groups and such. You will be hearing about this in our Minute for Missions.
John’s sermon begins around the 24 minute mark.
This morning’s worship service audio has been redacted to preserve the confidentiality of our Co-Pastor Candidate until the candidate’s home congregation has been notified. The sermon begins around minute 27. There is no text.
General Presbyter Rev. Sharon Core preached this morning. Her sermon begins around the 31:30 mark. There is no text.
The sermon begins just before the 32 minute mark.
Last month I read in the New York Times an article entitled: “The Mysterious Landscapes of Heat-Scorched Britain.” Did any of you see it? It was a very hot summer throughout Britain and Europe; I mean, really hot.
A New Thing! sermon begins at minute 17.
What’s new? Anything new going on in your life? There is a lot of new stuff going on here:
New Red door outside – red, the color of Pentecostal spirit, red – the color of sanctuary. It looks great! I have a new office – I am on this side now!
Audio is available only for the sermon from this morning’s Fellowship Hall service.
The Ten Commandments are referenced in our text from Deuteronomy. Those are the statutes and ordinances that are referred to in the text. Let me ask you, when was the last time you thought or talked about the Ten Commandments?
Rev. Annich’s sermon begins shortly after the 35 minute mark. The offertory, Prayer of the Children, sung by Grant Heineman, Carl Jenks, Jed Koop, Seth Ungemach, begins at minute 56.
The Big Island of Hawaii has been on my mind and in my prayers in recent days as its residents contend with the ravages of Hurricane Lane. Some years ago, Richard and I were privileged to lead a weeklong workshop there and we fell in love with the land and the people.
This morning’s sermon begins just before minute 33.
I’ve been back for two weeks but still the crash of the waves seems near. There is something about the rhythm of a beach that re-arranges my heart, mind and soul. I lose all track of time. Elizabeth Gilbert wrote the popular novel Eat, Pray, Love. When away, I eat, love, pray, run, read, swim, read some more, eat ice cream, help with the puzzle, eat even more – rinse and repeat!
Rev. Dillenbeck’s sermon begins at the 27 minute mark.
A year ago this weekend the country was transfixed by the protests that rocked the town of Charlottesville, VA. The deadly violence there lifted the national consciousness and brought into focus in a broader way the nation’s struggle with white fragility and privilege.