Sermon

Today we celebrate Pentecost, the birth of the Christian Church.  Ironically our sermon text for this Pentecost Sunday uses bones, a valley full of dry human bones to teach important truths about the Holy Spirit (Ezekiel 37: 1-14).  And just what are those truths?  Make...

Alleluia! He Is Risen! and the response, of course He Is Risen Indeed, Alleluia! Welcome to our Easter worship! Last year we held Easter at the beginning of summer, the first time we could come together as His Church Gathered after four months of worshipping...

This was a terrible day for the man on a cross. The manner of his execution is nothing short of horrifying, agonizing, protracted. And yet we call this day Good Friday. That seems a little selfish, doesn’t it? The death of Jesus on the cross and...

Today is Maundy Thursday.  Maundy Thursday is the day on which Jesus celebrated the Passover one last time with His disciples on this earth.  It is a day filled with so many emotions and events. Bartholomew was a disciple of Jesus and was present for the...