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Blessed, Broken, Given

Jesus ‘cut’ a New Covenant, giving his own body as the sacrifice.  This covenant is expressed in the sacrament of communion – though far more than a personal and private observance, it is the way we reaffirm our covenant to one another in the Body of Christ. Sermon by Howard Garver

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On a Holy Tear

God’s story as recorded in the Bible reveals that over and over again He “cuts a covenant” with ordinary people.  Why would He do that?  So that those who have come to know His love would become a covenant community that would reflect God to those who do not know His grace. Sermon by Howard […]

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To This I Pledge My Faith

The thread that holds the Bible together is God’s covenant with His people.  We are people of the covenant and life in the Kingdom of God is a covenant arrangement.  Is it possible that Malachi’s words apply to us:  “We profane the covenant of our ancestors by being unfaithful to one another.” (2:10b) Sermon by […]

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How long, Lord?

In Luke 13 Jesus heals a crippled woman who was bent over for eighteen long years. This sermon draws parallels between those bent over by illness and those bent over by years of racism and oppression. The ministry of Jesus demonstrates that all lives matter, especially those marginalized by society. Sermon by Ken Harnly

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