“Who Owns God?”

~ Isaiah 6:1-8/John 3:1-17 ~ What is God like? Well, Isaiah says he saw God. There was God sitting on a throne, high and lofty. And angels sang, “Holy, holy, holy” which is the inspiration for the hymn, “Holy, Holy, Holy.” Jesus, in his midnight conversation with Nicodemus, suggests that … Read More

Join Us for Worship Sunday, May 27, 2018 at 10:30am

~ “Who Owns God” ~ Trinity Sunday lends itself to thinking about the nature of God. How we think about God really matters. Through the centuries Christians have endlessly debated who God is. It is no different today. Too often, however, we make our definition of God our possession, as … Read More

“A Righteous Congregation”

~ Psalm 1/John 17:6-19 ~ This is the “Christian Unity” passage. It comes up every year because Christian unity is important. But I don’t want to talk about Christian unity. I mean, should we even pretend it exists? Empty rhetoric, it would seem. The cynic in me says forget it. … Read More

Join Us for Worship Sunday, May 13, 2018, 10:30am

~ “A Righteous Congregation” ~ The Psalmist uses a beautiful metaphor of a tree planted by streams of water to describe the righteous. However, the wicked are like chaff, blowing in the wind! A rather stark contrast, right? Just who are the righteous? Who are the wicked? Do we dare … Read More

Music for the Soul – “A Jazz Pentecost” – May 20th

A unique musical worship experience Sunday, May 20, 10:30am. “A Jazz Pentecost” featuring the Dave Len Scott Jazz Trio & Vocalist, Joshua Brown. … Read More

“Powerful Stuff – Handle with Care”

Psalm 98 Ah, music. The power of it cannot be denied. It can create incredible euphoria. It can bring one to tears. It can soothe the soul, as Bob Seger’s song says: “Still like that old time rock’n roll, that kind of music just soothes the soul.” Which, of course, … Read More