Pastor Jeremy concludes the series on “Protest and Principles” with a reflection on how to fill our souls so we can continue to raise our voices.
Pastor Jeremy reflects on the broken promises of labor today and how Christians can make sense of our daily lives.
In the last of our series on “Credible Sources,” Pastor Jeremy lifts up how our experiences shape who we are and what we believe about God–and why that matters in a world that forces us into cookie-cutter shapes.
In the second part of the series “Credible Sources,” Pastor Jeremy shares how the Church is charged to use the Bible in order to better society, not to use it in ways that harm, isolate, or alienate.
“As a Christian, my root must be the unique relationship between God and me. It is an intimate connection to the holy within me and around me, leading to a vital spiritual life that must be intentionally nurtured and developed.”
September 25, 2011 | Metho-huh? Called ‘Methodist’ | Rev. Sandy Brown Ever wonder what it means to be a United Methodist? If so, you’re not alone! Beginning this week and over the next seven Sundays Rev. Sandy will explore… Read More
Did you catch our summer sermon series on “Heroes and Heroines of the Hebrew Bible”?