Sermons

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Randall Tremba
August 10, 2014
The human heart is the starting point of all matters pertaining to war.

Randall Tremba
August 3, 2014
This past June the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church stuck a knife in the back of Jews. At least that’s how many perceived the vote by our national church, a vote to divest from three American companies that make products used by Israel to enforce its illegal occupation of the West Bank.

Ethel Hornbeck
July 27, 2014
The kingdom of God is not coming on some future day, it is already here, waiting to be fully realized through our willing cooperation with the Holy.

Natasha Baihly
July 20, 2014

Randall Tremba
July 13, 2014
Why can’t we all just get along? Why can’t we treat each other as brothers and sisters and look out for each other’s well-being? Maybe we can but we aren’t. Why not?

Randall Tremba
July 6, 2014
Marriage customs and practices have changed. In this country interracial marriages were once illegal.

Randall Tremba
June 29, 2014
Before us this morning is one of the most terrifying and troubling biblical stories. It's from the Abraham saga.

Yvonne Fisher
June 22, 2014

Randall Tremba
June 15, 2014
Of all the many things we do together in our worship service Sunday morning, there is one main purpose.

Randall Tremba
June 8, 2014
Last Sunday afternoon we welcomed six young adults into this community of faith and gave them small wooden crosses to impress them with the possibilities and costs of loving their world in the way and in the spirit of Jesus.

Randall Tremba
June 1, 2014
Sometimes we need more light to overcome the fear of “the other” that drives us to dismiss them as inferior, or treat them as “mad dogs.”

Randall Tremba
May 25, 2014
Who is Jesus? What did Jesus stand for? And who has the authority to say so?

Randall Tremba
May 18, 2014
I am the way, the truth and the life, turns out to be one of the most inclusive expressions in the Christian tradition, if you see it rightly

Randall Tremba
May 11, 2014
It would take me a while to realize that all along that long and lonesome road I had never really been alone.

Randall Tremba
May 4, 2014
One week ago today Americans by the millions rose up in righteous anger to judge and condemn the owner of the LA Clippers as a vile racist.

Ethel Hornbeck
April 27, 2014
Resurrection is the experience of a love greater than empires, stronger than all forms of oppression inside and out, and more powerful than hatred and despair. Resurrection is our icon of love that is stronger than death. And it begs to be shared.

Randall Tremba
April 20, 2014
Easter Sunday
One year ago, the citizens of Boston met to plot resurrection in the wake of death and destruction.

Randall Tremba
April 13, 2014
Suffering can turn us inward but it can also turn us outward, toward others.

Randall Tremba
April 6, 2014
What is it about breath? Where does it come from? Where does it go?

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