We pray that the Spirit of God speaks to us through every aspect of our Sunday worship experience: our passing of Christ’s Peace with all who come and our active listening in conversation; our hymns, songs, and their lyrics; our listening in silence and with music; our prayers and readings; and yes, our sermons.
Our Interim Pastor believes that we do not need to check our brains at the door when we come to church, nor should we shy away from uncomfortable topics. He loves to say: “If we can’t talk about the most compelling issues of our time in church, then God help us!” Rev. Greer aims to speak to mind and heart, and to generate reflection and action, through his sermons.
We believe God is still speaking to the world today, and we’re trying to listen. In worship, we ask questions of ourselves, our culture, the Bible, and God. We worship to make ourselves aware of the presence of God, and aware of how we might best represent what Jesus taught in the world today.
REV. GREER’S RECENT REFLECTIONS ON THE COVID-19 CRISIS.
For a PDF version of recent sermons, click here:
• March 15, 2020: Fear Itself, based on Psalm 23 and Romans 8L35, 37-39. Click here.
• March 22, 2020: Practicing Active Patience, Mark 12:28-30, 1 Corinthians 13. Click here.
• March 29, 2020, Viruses and Virtues, Matthew 5:1-12, Galatians 5:19-26. Click here.