Most Current Sermons
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?