Sermons

"The Question of Resurrection" - Rev. Sarah Walker Cleaveland

Posted on November 10, 2019 by Kathy Miller

The Question of Resurrection

Prayer of Illumination

Present God,

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"A Life Poured Out" (Stewardship Commitment Sunday) - Rev. Sarah Walker Cleaveland

Posted on October 27, 2019 by Kathy Miller

A Life Poured Out

(Stewardship Commitment Sunday)

Prayer of Illumination

Present God,

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"In the Midst" - Rev. Sarah Walker Cleaveland

Posted on October 20, 2019 by Kathy Miller

And it’s not that I think our world more closely resembles the world we find in the book of Esther, although there are some disturbing parallels in the political realm, but the story of Esther, with its “pagan naughtiness” and seeming absence of God, highlights a truth of biblical theology that is easy to miss: whether we speak of God or not, whether we notice God or not, God is present and active.

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"Return and Give Thanks" - Rev. Jennifer Gleichauf

Posted on October 13, 2019 by Kathy Miller

“Return and Give Thanks”

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Sermon on Luke 17:1-10 and Habakkuk 1:1-4, 2:1-4

Posted on October 6, 2019 by Kathy Miller

Sermon

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"The Courage to See" - Rev. Sarah Walker Cleaveland

Posted on September 29, 2019 by Kathy Miller

The Courage to See

Prayer of Illumination

Present God,

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"Privileged Stewardship" - Rev. Sarah Walker Cleaveland

Posted on September 22, 2019 by Kathy Miller

Privileged Stewardship

 

Prayer of Illumination

Present God,

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"The Call of Finding" - Rev. Jennifer Gleichauf

Posted on September 15, 2019 by Kathy Miller

“The Call of Finding”

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"The Faith We Choose" - Rev. Sarah Walker Cleaveland

Posted on September 8, 2019 by Kathy Miller

. Luke’s gospel is a story of Jesus on the way—it is, in some ways, a travelogue of sorts. Luke tells the stories of Jesus’ healings, teachings, and encounters as Jesus is ever-so-slowly making his way to Jerusalem and the cross. For Luke, following Jesus, means walking with Jesus, following him to the cross, to a place where we must be willing to sacrifice it all. For Luke, faith is a journey that we must get up and embark upon every single day. It is less what we profess to believe and more what we do—the choices we make. It’s the big choices like confirmation and baptism, but it’s also, and perhaps primarily, the small everyday choices—the choices about how we spend our time and our money, how we treat the people in our lives and the strangers we encounter.

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Sermon on Luke 14: 1, 7-14 - Rev. Jennifer Gleichauf

Posted on September 1, 2019 by Kathy Miller

And when we are humble, we can ask sincere questions about our relationships with others.  Which is why Jesus goes on to talk about guest lists – the people we surround ourselves with.  Jesus says our guest lists should not be people who can give us anything in return – people who can elevate our status, repay a favor, do things to help us out or make us look better. 

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