Most Current Sermons
Scripture was read from Psalm 119:1-8 and from 2 Corinthians 4:1-12. John described the churches that Paul visited and cared for, their troubles and Paul’s love and patience for them all.
Scripture readings were from Psalm 112:1-9 and Matthew 5:13-20 John’s message addressed what it means to be the salt of the earth.
John based his sermon on the Beatitudes. Matthew 5:1-12 The title was Welcome to my World
Diane gave the sermon in the first person as the mother in law of Simon Peter. Her sermon was titled Holding the Net. The gospel reading came from Matthew 4:12-23
Old testament scripture was from Psalm 40:1-11 New Testament scripture was from John 1:29-42 The sermon, titled Why are you Here? helped us all think about and answer that question about ourselves.
Old Testament scripture: Psalm 29 New testament scripture: Matthew 3:13-17 The sermon was on the baptism of Christ . The title was All Wet?
Scripture was read from Psalm 72:1-7,10-14 in the Old testament and from Matthew 2:1-12 in the New Testament. This was the first sermon from our interim minster, John Semmes. His sermon title was Nothing Will Ever Be the Same.
Scripture from Matthew 1:18-25 Lynn Stall gave the sermon titled A Christmas Surprise. It has a major focus on Joseph’s part of the Christmas story.
Scripture from Matthew 2:1-12 Diane Knauf’s sermon titled Following the Light.
First Sunday in Advent so many scriptures were used. This was also the Sunday to hang our Crismons. Diane shared a meditation called Light in the Darkness.
Lynn Stall read scripture from Matthew 11:2-11 then shared her message, In the Heart of Advent.
Lynn Stall read her scripture for Luke 23:33-43. Her sermon was celebrating the Sovereignty of our King , Jesus Christ. This is a celebration done on the last Sunday before Advent. The sermon title was What Kind of King is He?
Scripture read from Ezekiel 34:11-16 by Susan Klakoff and Matthew 25:31-46 read by Lynn Stall who gave the sermon titled WIIFM- Really? The “What’s in it for me” mentality is not the way God wants us to approach life.
Scripture was read from 2 Thessalonians 2:1-5, 13-17 and Luke 20:27-38. Lynn Stall preached her sermon titled The Heart of the Matter.
Our guest preacher, Rich Gwaltney, gave a wonderful message for care Sunday. His sermon was titled Encouraging the Heart of a Caregiver. Scripture was read form Matthew 11:28-30 and Jeremiah 6:16.
Scripture was read from Colossians 1:3,9-13 and Matthew 14:13-21 Guest Preacher, Lynn Stall shared her message titled Making a Difference.
Scripture was read from Matthew 25:14-30 Diane Knauf’s sermon title was Faithful Risk
Scripture was shared by Brent Swartz from Luke 17:11-19 Diane’s sermon was on thankfulness and a reminder of all we have to be thankful for.
Scripture read by Jessica Brueggeman from 2 Timothy 1:1-14 Diane Knauf’s sermon was titled A Living Faith.
Scripture was read from Jeremiah 32:1-3a, 6-15 Diane’s sermon on this Homecoming Sunday was Can You Go Home Again?
Guest pastor: Hillary Cheek. Sermon title Shifting Faithfulness and scripture from Luke 16:1-13
Lindsay Woodard read the scripture lesson from Luke 15:1-10 Our guest pastor was Bill Hathaway, a retired pastor of the Presbyterian Church USA. His sermon title was The Joy of it All.
Scripture from Jeremiah 18:1-11 read by Mary Kathryn Walston Diane Knauff’s sermon title was Will God Ever Leave Us Alone?
Old testament reading: Jeremiah 2:4-13 read by Ben Knauf New testament reading: Luke 14:1-14 read by guest pastor Juan Carmona Juan gave us his sermon, titled Feasting with the Riffraff: Homina, Homina, Homina
Gary Wires, a member of Saint Andrews and a Lay Minister, gave the sermon and read scripture from Hebrews 9:23-28. His sermon title was The Keys to Heaven.
8-18-19 Larry Parks, Living the Ordinary
Scripture was read from Luke 11:1-13 Tom Harris’ last sermon, titled In Jesus’ Name.
Scripture from Psalm 15 Tom’s sermon title: Whoever Does These Things
Scripture read from Colossians 1:1-12
Scripture from Psalm 66: 1-9 read by Susan Klakoff Tom’s sermon title: What ‘s our Witness?