“The Magnificat of the Theotokos” Text: Luke 1:46b-55 What if God asked you to do something that sounded absolutely crazy? Thankfully Mary not only answered God with a yes when asked to do something faith-filled and crazy, but she rejoiced and sung about it. Like Mary, may it be our desire to magnify the Lord.
“John the Baptist and the Change” Text: Mark 1:1-8 The good news of Jesus Christ is something be excited about. Mark gets so excited about it that he jumps right in and gets us started with John the Baptist when Jesus’ ministry got started. Join us as we journey through what that meant for Mark.
“Hour Unknown” Text: Mark 13:24-37 Happy New Year! Today begins a new year in the Christian calendar. We begin the season of Advent, a time of waiting and anticipation. We await the return of Christ, but not as something to be scared of, but rather as a surprise when all the world will be put to…
“Under His Feet” – November 26, 2017 Text: Ephesians 1:15-23 Today we celebrate Christ the King. It is the last Sunday of the church year so using a few beloved icons of Christ we will take a look at what it means for us to claim that Christ is King.
“The End” Text: Revelation 22 Today we conclude our study of Revelation. In the New Jerusalem, we will worship and have life more abundant in the Lamb and in God.
“Its Gates Shall Never Be Shut” Text: Revelation 21 As we near the end of Revelation we look at the New Jerusalem and how its gates shall never be closed. The gates remain open, all we need to do is listen to the Spirit’s call for us to come and enter in.
“How to Be a Saint” Text: Psalm 34:1-11, 22 This week we look at Psalm 34 and David’s description of what it means to be a saint. We are all called to be saints, we are all called to be God’s holy ones, but how? By ordinary simple faith.
“Destruction of Death and Hades” Text: Revelation 20 As we come near to the end of Revelation, John begins to a 3-chapter discourse on what NT Wright calls “Life after life after death.” In this chapter we see that death and Hades have been destroyed, thrown into a lake where nothing can survive. The decision…
“Redemption for All” Text: John 11:17-44 This morning we welcome Pastor Kurt Gerold, associate pastor at North Street Community Church of the Nazarene in Hingham, MA, for our Faith Promise Sunday. He also ministers as part of The Anchor, an organization which fosters community with those struggling with substance use disorder in the neighboring town…
“Babylon is Fallen – Thanks be to God!” Text: Revelation 18-19 Life’s a journey. We’ve all seen little signs or plaques saying that, but they speak more truth than they realize. For Christians, journeys (or pilgrimages or Kingdom living) remind us how to live Christianly.