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Guest preacher, Pastor Mark Oehlert, talks about baptism and about how it changes us. God “sweeps up” the messes of our lives and invites us to live into the promise of eternal life while we share God’s love in our world.

 

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We’re here! Two amazing words that mean a lot in a journey. In this message for Christmas Eve, Pastor Paul talks about these wonderful words and about the ways that heaven meets with earth.

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What is a place of sanctuary for you? Who is a place of sanctuary in your life? Intern Lucy shares her own experience of calling for help and finding sanctuary in one who loves her. How are we invited to find, to share sanctuary with others in our world?

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God grace comes to us in joy and welcomes us home. God sings with joy at the redemption of God’s people. Joy to the world! A message for midweek from Seminarian Marie Martinez

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JOY! JOY! JOY! This week’s installment in our sermon series has to do with making a home for all and finding joy in doing so. John the Baptist has some bold words for the crowd who gather to be baptized and in these words we find joy today because they point us to Jesus.

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We are connected by God’s grace. We are loved and THAT is foundational to who we are as followers of Jesus. Our midweek Advent sermon series, Close to Home, continues with this message.

Join Seminarian Lyly Brondyke as she shares her experience of waiting for snow at Christmas while serving in Senigal (hint, it’s by the equator).

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How do you know that you are enough?

This week Intern Lucy invites us to look at the foundation we all share in Jesus Christ as we ponder the words of thanksgiving and blessing Zechariah speaks at John’s birth. 

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It’s the first Sunday in Advent. Now what? Our reading for today seems to be a real bummer, but when we look a bit more deeply, we find hope and good news in Luke’s writing. How do we respond to a world full of challenges? Keep our heads up, look up, trust in a God who loves us enough to send Jesus into our world.

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It’s easy to get distracted by all of the things that demand our attention. The disciples were no different from us in this regard. Jesus teaches the disciples about where they need to give their attention. What can we learn about Jesus’ teaching today? 

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All Saints Sunday is a difficult day for many of us who have lost someone over the last year or so. Intern Lucy talks about why Jesus wept and why that means it’s okay for us to cry during the hard parts of life, too. 

 

 

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