Monthly Archives: January 2015

Jim Gertmenian’s Jan. 25 sermon

“There is not an emotion that is not reflected in the Psalms,” Jim Gertmenian preached Jan. 25, in his final sermon as Senior Minister of Plymouth Church. To illustrate this, he wove into his sermon excerpts from Psalms: 42, 121, 69, 8, … Continue reading

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“More Light, New Wine”; Jim Gertmenian’s Jan. 18 sermon

Christianity is both divergent and emergent. It is growing in the Southern hemisphere but it is markedly different from our understanding, James Gertmenian preached on Jan. 18. “We cannot, we must not, imagine that the whole world will come to its … Continue reading

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Jesus; James Gertmenian’s sermon, Jan. 11

Jim Gertmenian has long considered “a sermon on Jesus, so important is the subject and so enigmatic has been Plymouth’s relationship with the Galilean rabbi.” And, in this powerful sermon, he calls upon those listening to “see him, love him, … Continue reading

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