This Sunday, we will celebrate Pentacost – God’s Gift of the Holy Spirit!
Today’s article explains more about the climax of the Great Fifty Days of Easter and the celebration of the gift of the Spirit.
We welcome you to join us for worship on Sunday, May 28 at 11:00 a.m. as we continue the sermon series Love in Action.
Seminarian Ben Fitzgerald-Fye will deliver the sermon “LIA: Opposing Forces.”
“Our readings today offer us a clear set of standards related to loving others as a Christian duty. So, what keeps us from fulfilling this duty? I John examines the “opposing forces” that pull us away from love and offers hope that we may yet overcome them.”
We look forward to seeing you on Sunday!
This week Rev. David J. Hanna will deliver the sermon “LIA:Don’t Be Sign Painters”:
“At the heart of our Christian, Presbyterian life, beats the belief”of the “Priesthood of All Believers,” which means it is everyone’s job, ministers and members, to share the good news of God’s love with the whole world.”
This Sunday, May 14 at 11:00 a.m. Rev. David J. Hanna will continue the sermon series “Love in Action” with the sermon “LIA: Don’t Try This at Home.”
“Think about the fourth chapter of Matthew, where Jesus calls Simon Peter and Andrew, James and John to be disciples. In effect, Jesus says to them: Don’t just sit there doing the same old things, living the same old life. Do something good and meaningful. Don’t just sit there, follow me, says Jesus. Now that’s something for you to try!”
We look forward to seeing you Sunday!
This Sunday, May 7, Rev. David J. Hanna will deliver the first in a new sermon series “LIA: Love in Action”:
“We don’t trust love to change the world. We don’t think it will work. But the cross and Easter, give us the unmistakeable message: God shows us that love—not religious laws and rituals, not worldly constructs and kingdoms but love is the most powerful thing in the world. We don’t want to be Missing In Action, rather we want to put Love In Action.”
We welcome you to join us!