Every fall we start to think about the budget for next year. That means every fall the congregation is asked to give. Pastor Emily Heath talks about stewardship and generosity in this call to giving.
On All Saints' Sunday, with a little help from JK Rowling, Pastor Emily Heath talks about what it means to build our lives on a firm foundation.
The final sermon in a four-part series on the Protestant Reformation. The legacy of the Reformation didn't end with Luther and Calvin. God had "more light" left to break forth, and even we are called to the work of re-forming the church.
Part three of a four-sermon series on the Protestant Reformation. John Calvin often gets a bad rap, but Calvin's ideas about God's love and grace are worth looking at again.
Part Two in a four-sermon series on the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. Today's sermon focuses on Martin Luther and what it meant to be courageous in the face of the powers that be.
In the first series of a four sermon series on the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, Pastor Emily Heath talks about a scared young man named Martin Luther, and how he learned that God loved him.
When Jesus crossed the lines to a woman by the well, he offered her something new. Pastor Emily Heath talks about how Living Water becomes the source of all that is good for those who seek God.
After a summer away, we're back! As a new church program year starts, Pastor Emily Heath talks about the Greatest Commandment and what it means for our life together.
Shakespeare once wrote, "There is a special providence in the fall of the sparrow." To put that in 21st century terms, if God knows how a sparrow is flying, doesn't that mean that God knows everything we are facing as well? Pastor Emily challenges us to take Jesus words about how to lose our life seriously, and to put fear aside, trusting that we are worth more than many sparrows.