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Fourth Sunday After Epiphany

Sunday, January 28, 2024
SERMON HIGHLIGHTS: From the first chapter of Mark; Jesus enters the scene proclaiming an authority over all. Jesus even demonstrates authority over unclean spirits, but our tendency is to deny God authority over every part of our lives. We want to hold on to control over some facets of our lives, ignoring Jesus’ claim.


  1. Souperbowl Sunday – Bring in a can of soup. We’ll have a collection point for both the 49er’s and the Chiefs. Lets see who wins!
  2. Shrove Tuesday – Pancake and sausage dinner Tuesday, February 13 5-6 PM
  3. Ash Wednesday service at 7 in the chapel

Previous 9 Sermons:

Third Sunday after Epiphany

Sunday, January 21, 2024
SERMON HIGHLIGHTS: Reading another call story, we realize that as we are called into we need to leave some things behind. We sometimes need to leave behind relationships and material things, but the hardest to leave behind are our attitudes, preconceptions, and prejudice. Not to be entered into lightly, we prayerfully discern God’s call and direction.

2nd Sunday After Epiphany

Sunday, January 14, 2024
SERMON HIGHLIGHTS: God calls. God calls pastors and prophets, priests and prayers. God is calling you. God has a special role of you in God’s story. Listen for God’s invitation to join in this work and say yes.

Proper 29 – Thanksgiving

Wednesday, November 22, 2023
SERMON HIGHLIGHTS: Stan Wilson is filling the pulpit Sunday when David takes a week of vacation. Rev. Wilson will also serve communion this Sunday.

Proper 26/23rd After Pentecost

Sunday, November 05, 2023
SERMON HIGHLIGHTS: Jesus Criticizes the religious authorities, but we need to take his words to heart. We should be guided by the commandment to love God and love others. That should direct our lives, our judgment, and how we treat others.

21st Sunday after Pentecost

Monday, October 23, 2023
SERMON HIGHLIGHTS: Render unto Caesar that which is Ceasar and unto God what is God’s. This familiar verse makes us consider what belongs to God, which is everything. We cannot compartmentalize life and in everything should work to feed the hungry, give voice to the voiceless, include the outcast and provide for justice for all.

20th Sunday after Pentecost

Monday, October 16, 2023
SERMON HIGHLIGHTS: God’s kingdom is described as an incredible party with a huge buffet and open bar! Even better, everyone is invited. However, God’s expectation of us is that we participate in the party. Participation means that we partner with God to transform the world by making love, peace and justice.

19th Sunday after Pentecost

Monday, October 09, 2023
SERMON HIGHLIGHTS: Life guided by love of God and other doesn’t make sense to the world. If God’s way is our authority then we have to question the ways of the world. Worrying more about others than ourselves, we put aside violence in favor of dialogue; we put aside selfish gain when others are in need. Living out love means sharing instead of acquiring.

18th Sunday after Pentecost

Monday, October 02, 2023
SERMON HIGHLIGHTS: Who has authority these days? How do you know who to trust? Our faith tells us to trust in the God who created us out of love and who loved us enough to die for us. We find wholeness and completion surrendering to God’s authority and God only asks that we love.

17th Sunday after Pentecost

Sunday, September 24, 2023
SERMON HIGHLIGHTS: God’s economy is based on abundance – abundant grace, love, and salvation. That free gift encourages our own abundance with God’s gifts and shifts our concerns from self to other.