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Sermons by: Revbarbara Miner
Every Sunday most churches have a list of people requesting prayer, many suffering from terrible illnesses. What happens when we pray? Should we expect everyone to be cured of whatever ails them? Prayer is one of the most important and most...
It’s possible that you have heard different stories about God throughout the Bible. But, we don’t often hear the larger story. It’s difficult for us to understand our faith, less talk about our faith if we don’t understand the greater story of...
Motherhood exposes all facets of our personality. Some days we are our best selves: kind, patient and caring. Some days we are just the opposite: cranky, impatient and obnoxious. However, you do not have to be a mother to experience this. It can...
Palm Sunday, sometimes known as Passion Sunday commemorates the beginning of the passion or suffering of Jesus leading to the crucifixion. We begin with the triumphant arrival of Jesus into Jerusalem and finish at the foot of the cross. Join us...
Some people have the perception that the church is filled with hypocrites. How can we say that the church is both holy and universal if this is the case? Maybe the challenge is we have been looking at church incorrectly. What if the church is...
1 Corinthians 12:1-11
A man cured of blindness starts a new life with sight. Jesus knows that if he is going to enjoy a second chance, he will need a new way to look at the world. This week we will contemplate seeing the world with new eyes.
We are not surprised by predictions of trouble in the world. It is easy to complain and worry about the future. Advent begins with a message that catches us by surprise: hope is on the way
Jesus has a remarkable way of appearing when we serve others. Come hear how service leads us to a deeper experience of God’s presence and collapses the distance between faith and doubt.