“God Bless You”

August 23, 2020 Summer Sharing Marcela Breton, Brian Orr Marcela: Mobile meals day usually fell on the second Sunday of the month, the days I set-up coffee hour and greeted.  So, I didn’t often contribute to the makings of the meals, but I was grateful for the work that went … Read More

Join Us for Online Worship Sunday, August 23, 2020, 10:30am

Online Worship Sunday, August 23, 2020 “God Bless You” The message this week will be from Marcela Breton and Brian Orr, as they talk about our Mobile Meals outreach program, which will start up again once were are through this pandemic, to deliver sandwiches to the hungry. Blessing is at … Read More

“Was Jesus a Progressive?”

Artwork: Christ and the Canaanite Woman – Rembrandt, 1650           ~ Matthew 15:10-28~   She took a knee. She interrupted Jesus with her pain. She annoyed the disciples with her incessant wails. She from the wrong people, her daughter from the wrong people. She dared ask for … Read More

Join Us for Online Worship Sunday, August 16, 2020, 10:30am

~ “Was Jesus a Progressive?” ~ The poor Canaanite woman gets Jesus to change his mind (Matthew 15:21-28). Jesus chose an alternative action. Does that make Jesus a progressive? It’s safe to say that the congregation of Noe Valley Ministry is progressive, theologically and practically. Just what does it mean … Read More

“Principalities and Powers”

~ Ephesians 6:10-18/Matthew 16:21-23 ~ I heard a most extraordinary sermon the other day. Well, actually it wasn’t a sermon but it felt like it. The eulogy for John Lewis delivered by Barak Obama. It appears that our former president is quite biblically astute, for his eulogy was strewn with … Read More

Join Us for Online Worship Service Sunday, August 9, 2020, 10:30am

“Principalities & Powers” One of the most misunderstood phrases in all the Bible! Images of wars in the heavenly realms between angels and demons! Jesus and Satan going at it! Paul says we wrestle against such forces (Ephesians 6:12). Jesus yells at Peter, “Get behind me, Satan” (Matthew 16:23). But … Read More