"Conflict and Amazing Grace in Church"

Proper 18 A 2014 A new family joined the church. The music director was excited, because the husband was a great tenor- and the choir needed tenors. But there was one problem- Turns out one of the basses had worked with the new tenor in a job in years past and there was some bad blood. So the new guy wouldn’t join the choir. You’d think that this sort of thing wouldn’t happen in the church. We are Christians, and you would think that the people Jesus gave his life for would be the happiest, most forgiving people in the world. The church is a community, and so you would think that people would be accepted as they are, that no one would be lonely, and that people would live in harmony. But tha

Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus"

Proper 17 A 14 The man in the driver’s uniform said, “Hey, I have to leave my bus for a minute. Can you watch it for me? Thanks. “Oh, and by the way. Just one thing to remember. DON’T LET THE PIGEON DRIVE THE BUS.” So begins Mo Willems’ children’s book entitled—you guessed it--- Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus. It is a hilarious picture book about a pigeon who’s absolute desire is to drive a bus. Every time you turn the page the pigeon shows up and tries a new ploy to get you let him to drive the bus. The child’s job is to yell NO! to the pigeon every time. Kids love it, because they know what it’s like to want to be in the driver’s seat, And they know what it’s like to be told NO. Turni

"Color Outside the Lines"

Proper 16 A 2014 When I was in kindergarten one day, I had a bright idea. We were coloring in apples, four to a sheet. We were going to cut them out and mount them on a paper apple tree on the wall So I thought to myself, why fuss with coloring inside the lines? I can do this a lot faster if I just color the whole paper red. The other kids at my table saw what I was doing, thought it was a good idea, and did it, too. But then Mrs. H, the teacher, came over and looked at my paper. She did not see an ingenious solution to a problem; she saw a mess. “Take that to the trash can, and start again!” she said. “And this time, stay inside the lines!” Stay inside the lines. It is a message we have all

Since some can not make it to church every Sunday, here's a glimpse into the sermons from recent worship services.  

                

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