Monthly Archives: May 2018

Trinity Sunday: The Mystery of the Trinity (Athanasian Creed)

sermon-5-27-18.mp3 On Trinity Sunday, we recite the Athanasian Creed and say strange things like, ‘the catholic faith is this, that we worship one God, in three persons and three persons in one God, neither confusing the persons nor dividing the substance.’  Rather than trying to ‘simply things’ and say them with familiar language, today we […]

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Pentecost: The Day of Pentecost (Ezekiel 37)

sermon-5-20-18.mp3 “When the Day of Pentecost arrived, they were all together in one place.” It may surprise you to learn that the Day of Pentecost has been on the Church’s calendar a lot longer than Easter or Christmas.  The Festival of Pentecost was established in the Old Testament, when Israel was in the desert making […]

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Easter 7: Holy Eavesdropping (John 17:11b-19)

sermon-5-13-18.mp3 Eavesdropping A couple of years ago we had new gutters installed on our house because the old gutters weren’t doing the job anymore.  They leaked and the water dropped from the eaves right to the ground.  Our new gutters have been very successful in preventing ‘eavesdropping.’ The word ‘eavesdropping’ comes from the sound that […]

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Reformation 500 Year Anniversary Lecture Series

Reformation 500 Class Publicity Flyer Be our guests for a free lecture series on the history of the Lutheran Reformation. The 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s presentation of the ’95 Thesis’ on October 31, 1517, is being remembered throughout the world as one of the most important historical events to impact the world even to […]

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