In this sermon, titled “I Choose to Give,” Pastor Kate considers what it means for Christians to be called to service.
Pastor Kate Hillis likes to spread knowledge, both in life and around the sanctuary. In this message, titled “Belief to Becoming & The Art of Lifelong Learning, Pastor Kate discusses lifelong learning and how the foundation of knowledge is listening.
Hurricane Harvey brought many examples of neighbor helping neighbor. Can we extend this type of unity to the larger divisions in our country? Lay speaker Rich Miller examines the Parable of the Good Samaritan.
In troubled times, how do we set aside our agendas, see one another, and respond in love and unity? As Pastor Kate reminds us, sometimes we need to listen to the voices of children. This message references Isaiah 56:1-8.
Why do busy people sometimes place themselves last? Self-care is not about avoiding life’s storms, Pastor Kate reminds us. It’s about preparing for them. Pastor Kate references Matthew 14-22-33, in which Jesus (and briefly Peter) walk on water ion the midst of a storm.
Pastor Kate Hillis preached a new sermon series in July, titled “#vacationtweets”.
In June, the congregation is considering “Knowing God.” Pastor Kate’s sermons are focusing on different elements of connection with God.
“What’s Climate Care, and What’s It Got to Do With Me?” That’s the question at the heart of this message from Pastor Kate Hillis as she continues her series on “Caring For Our Common Home.” This sermon reflects on the story of the Old Testament Prophet Amos, who was a “tree dresser” who tended to sycamore trees. Our Scripture is 5:4-15, 20-24.
Pastor Kate Hillis begins her sermon series on the importance of our created world titled “Caring For Our Common Home.” The first message in the series is titled “God Chose. Now What?” and draws upon the story of Noah’s Ark in Genesis chapter 9. This is the first message in a five-week series.
Rev. Wren Hills explores the power of baptism through the many facets of water, which can be marvelous and fierce and even mysterious – because nature, like the Scriptures, leaves room for doubt as well as faith. This message was presented on April 23, 2017.