Charles Jennens was a devout churchman of 1740s England, when he carefully and thoughtfully combed the Old and New Testaments for the libretto that his friend and composer George Frideric Handel used to produce one of...
In Paul’s letter to the Christians at Ephesus, chapter 2, he refers to his correspondents as “citizens with the saints and also members of the household of God.” On Confirmation Sunday we welcomed seven...
In Acts 8: 26 – 39 the disciple Philip baptized a traveling Ethiopian eunuch who had not understood a passage encountered in Isaiah. A wilderness road where they met is at once a place...
Acts 6: 1 – 7 illustrates early Christians solving a social justice problem. Such practicality characterizes evolution of our annual Rummage Sale to be of best service to the most vulnerable.
Until the stranger in Luke 23:13-35 blessed a loaf of bread, we were just 7 miles from Emmaus
Luke 24: Easter involves our own stories of resurrection, faith and trust. “He is alive because He lives in me.”
Second grade through Middle School youth helped the congregation examine Luke 19:29-40’s lessons on Leadership
This time in Luke (chapter 19, verses 1-10) Jesus treats a rich man Zacchaeus as one, like us, deserving grace.
Parable as riddle? One such is found in Luke 16: 19 - 31. Listen for one surprising explanation piled on top of another.
Is it the older brother, the younger brother or you who is found in Luke 15: 1-32?