This sermon brings in insights from our eight confirmation students’ Statements of Faith to help us consider how each of us decides what we believe.
This was a Mother’s Day service, with the theme of the sermon focusing on God as a Mother and not just a Father.
This week we enter into a vision that Peter had as a leader of early Christianity—a vision that opened wide the boundaries of what was considered acceptable in the future church. God’s welcome is much wider than that of human beings, and we consider how God is always inviting us to widen our boundaries and open our hearts to new things and new people.
This week we consider one of the most well-known passages of our faith: Psalm 23. It is read at funerals, bedsides, around tables and all over the world. What does it have to offer our image of God in our faith journeys?