You see, for Paul, the proper perspective is God’s act of redemption through Christ for all of creation first, and then as we begin to take notice of God’s action and as we begin to realize the enormity of the gift that we have been given, our repentance follows.
Click on the following links to read Rev. Patrick Notley’s sermons for March:
March 3 - The Religion of the Market, Isaiah 55:1-9
March 10 - Dare We Hope That All Are Saved, II Corinthians 5:11-21
March 24, Palm Sunday - A Distorted Version of Peace, Luke 19:28-46
March 31, Easter Sunday - Why Look for the Living Among the Dead, Luke 23:50 – 24:12
On Sunday, June 9 at 3:00 P.M. our music program will present its spring concert entitled “Musik von Handel”. This concert will feature favorite music written by composer George Frederic Handel, for choir, instrumentalists, and vocal soloists, including choral selections from the Judas Maccabeus Oratorio. Come enjoy the music of one of the finest composers in history!
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We invite you to join us for fellowship on Sunday! Click here to see the order for Easter worship: this Sunday’s bulletin
Maundy Thursday, March 27, 7:00 p.m.
Meditative worship service of Tenebrae, music and scripture readings
Good Friday, March 28, 12:00 Noon
Community worship service of reflection, meditative music, and scripture
But that which is impossible for us is not only possible for God, it is already accomplished.
Click on the following links to read Rev. Patrick Notley’s sermons for February:
February 3 - A Still More Excellent Way, I Corinthians 12:31 – 13:13
February 10 - Missing the Point, Luke 9:23-43
February 13 - Ingenious Contrivances for Avoiding God Altogether — Ash Wednesday, Isaiah 58:1-12, II Corinthians 5:20 – 6:10
February 17 - The Impossible Possibility, Romans 10:5-13
February 24 - What we Already Are What we are Called to Be, Philippians 3:1-4:1