Sermon Archive

On this page you’ll find recordings and manuscripts of our Sunday morning sermons. Each week’s sermon will be uploaded the week after it’s preached.

We hope and pray these sermons will challenge you and help you to grow in God’s grace. Whether you’re coming to re-listen to a message you heard in church or you’re here to check out our sermons for the first time, open yourself up to experiencing God’s word for you today.

Luke 23:33-43

This week, we celebrated Christ the King Sunday – a day for celebrating the way Jesus rules in our lives and for looking forward to when his Kingdom will be made complete. Our sermon for this special day looks at a what kind of king Jesus is, and what that means for those of us who claim his name.

Luke 21: 5-19

The end of the liturgical year (which starts over at the beginning of Advent in early December) has a unique focus on the promise of eternal life. In today’s passage, Jesus points to the transition between this age and our promised future, but more importantly, he talks about how his followers should live in the meantime.

Luke 20:27-38

Jesus takes a questions from some religious leaders who disagree with his teachings and turns it on its head. He talks about the promise of eternal life, and casts a vision of what that life will look like.

Ephesians 4:31-32

One of the youth members of our congregations, Evie Volkert, delivered this week’s sermon. Evie focused on the theme of forgiveness, sharing a little bit of her own story along the way.

Titus 3: 1-11

We wrapped up our sermon series on the Pastoral Epistles with a look at the letter to Titus. Listen for an overview of the series, plus a discussion of what Paul means when he talks about our rebirth and renewal.

2 Timothy 2:8-15; 3:14-4:5

Throughout this sermon series, we’ve heard Paul’s call to hold firm to the true faith. But what does that mean? Today’s passages point us toward an answer. Listen to hear Paul’s advice, and what he holds out as the heart of our faith.

1 Timothy 6: 6-19

Continuing in our study of the Pastoral Epistles, this week we took a look at the end of 1 Timothy. Paul has some really strong words about our relationship with money, and makes suggestions for what we should focus on instead.

1 Timothy 1:12-17

As we begin our look at the Pastoral Epistles, we’re starting with some of the opening verses of 1 Timothy. In this passage, we see a call to not just right and godly actions, but also right and godly beliefs, a theme we’ll see throughout these three letters.

Deuteronomy 11:1-2, 18-21

For Back to School Sunday, we looked at what a “biblical education” might look like. This week’s passage calls us to remember the importance of passing on the important things to new generations, especially the truth of what God has done for the world, and what God has done in each of our lives.

August 18, 2019

Ancient Prophets Speaking Today – Isaiah: Green-Thumbed God

Isaiah 5:1-7

We wrapped up our sermon series on three of the Old Testament prophets with this look at Isaiah’s “garden song.” This passage reminds us that, like plants in a garden need the gardener’s attention, we need God’s love and care to grow to be the people God wants us to be.