Monthly Archives: November 2016

“Plowshares and Pruning Hooks”; Nov. 27 sermon by Carla J. Bailey

“Let us look deep into our own souls and turn the weapons we hold into tools,” Carla preached Sunday, Nov. 27—tools of generosity and sacrifice. Each small light we ignite may join to make a beacon this Advent. Listen now. … Continue reading

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“Be A Leader”; sermon by Jeffrey Sartain, Nov. 20

On Christ the King Sunday, Nov. 20, Jeffrey Sartain preached about Christ as an ironic king—a king whose strength is love and whose might is mercy. Jesus told his disciples that they were the light of the world—as are we. … Continue reading

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“Two Sermons”; Carla J. Bailey, Nov. 13, 2016

We have to make the decision to be disciples of Jesus and to know the cost, Carla preached Sunday. In the aftermath of the presidential election, African-Americans, Muslims, LBGTQ people, immigrants, young people and Jews are being harassed. If you choose … Continue reading

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