Sermons and Messages
Every week our ministers and guest speakers wrestle with important issues of life and death, faith, hope, and love. Listen or watch one of our messages. Then reach out to us and let us know what you think.
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Upcoming Sermons, Services, and Talks
10:00 a.m. Traditional | 11:30 Humanist
Rev. Barbara Prose
As our nation celebrates the idealized notion of romantic love, we will dig a little deeper for the gold hidden in the experienced hearts of our own members. How many times can a heart be broken and still give and receive love? How long can a marriage last and still be full of energy and intimacy? I’ll be talking to several couples in our congregation who have been married more than 50 years, newlyweds, divorcees, and singles.
I promise, you’ll leave with a few good tips for whatever relationship you’re nurturing these days….including those of you focused primarily on healthy self love.
11:30 a.m. Contemporary
Divided We Fall
Rev. Marlin Lavanhar
“A house divided against itself cannot stand” said Abraham Lincoln. A person divided within himself (or herself) is also set up to fall. How do we pull together the diverse parts of our person and personality in order to find an inner unity and wholeness? It is a life’s work. It is a journey we all take within as well as without. Our work to repair the divisions in the world begin within.
See you in church,
Note: a version of this message was delivered in the Traditional Service and The Point on February 7.