In a recent sermon, Mother Brenda reminds us to live in gratitude as we work hard to be a friend in God.
In a recent sermon, guest preacher John Provenza reminds us all that we are always surrounded by God's love.
In a recent sermon, guest speaker, Catherine Campbell reminds us all that doubt is temporary and to stay true to our faith.
In a recent sermon, Mother Brenda reminds us that Easter is a symbol of renewal and new life.
In a recent sermon, Mother Brenda reminds us all to be God's body in the world.
In a recent sermon, Mother Brenda reminds us that faith is a process when spreading the word of God.
In a recent service, St. Andrew's parishioners, Matt Bosse & Joe Mosca share how the windy spirit of God has provided faith for their family.
n a recent sermon, Mother Brenda reminds us all to seek hope, courage, and confidence in God.
In a recent sermon, Mother Brenda reminds us all that tiny miracles can happen along with the Holy mountain moments.
In a recent sermon, Father Ted Atwood reminds us to let love endure and let go of grudges.
In a recent sermon, Father Halcott reminds us all that WE are the LIGHT of the world.
In a recent sermon, Mother Brenda reminds us all that hope is what moves us forward.
In a recent sermon, Mother Brenda reminded us Christ’s vision—is for ALL of humanity, not just this parish, not just this community, not just this nation, but for the entire kingdom of heaven—for ALL God’s beloved!
In a world that sometimes seems broken, Bishop Mathes encourages us to come and see what Jesus can do for us.
How far would you go for family? The nativity story reminds us that God's kingdom is also a kin-dom.
When God appears to Joseph in a dream, Joseph listens. What about when God speaks to you in your dreams? In her recent sermon, Mother Brenda encourages us to listen.
Which Messiah are you preparing for: the messiah you want or the messiah you need? Michael Reichle explains the difference in his recent sermon.
While we do need prophetic voices stirring us up and lifting us out of our comfort zones, Mother Brenda tells us in this sermon that one of the most prophetic messages is helping people to fully accept the depth and breadth of God’s love for each one of us as individuals.
This Advent, Mother Brenda encourages you to choose to be a light in a world of darkness. Influence the world around you with love, light, and hope.
How will we react when life throws us a curveball--or worse? We will continue to become Christians, taking actions, making decisions, voicing our opinion through the lens of the gospel—the Good News that God’s love is for the entire world.
As you call to mind one of the saints who has gone before you, think of what you most admired about them. To truly honor that person—instead of just thinking about the good they did—commit yourself to emulating them. Live into your own saintliness, “Doing unto others as you would have them do unto you.”
Zacchaeus’ story invites us all to be surprised by Jesus’ calling--and therefore respond in a way that also might be quite surprising.
This stewardship season, let's pray for an increase in the gifts of faith, hope and charity. How do we use these gifts to do the work that God has given us to do?