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Jun 28, 2021

The language of hymnody is filled with imagery related to speech and communication (“speak,” “sing,” “voice,” “tongue,” “mouth,” as well as related concepts like “listen,” “hear,” etc.). In the psalms, we are commanded to sing cheerfully with our voices (All People That On Earth Do...


Apr 4, 2021

The very first promise of redemption comes immediately after the Fall of Adam and Even in the Garden. There, God declares that the “seed of the woman” would “bruise the head of the serpent” (Genesis 3:16). In the earliest churches, this great promise was artistically represented by mosaics of dragons on...


Feb 21, 2021

This Sunday marks the beginning of the Lenten season, which is traditionally a time of prayer, fasting, and repentance
leading up to Easter, observed by Christians since the days of the early church. Several elements of the service have
been adjusted to fit the character of this season. We will begin each Sunday by...


Jan 10, 2021

In the opening of his letter to the Corinthians, Paul emphasizes the idea of “calling”: he identifies himself as “called by the will of God” (vs. 1) and refers to his readers as those who are “called to be saints together” (vs. 2). This reminder of our identity in Christ, a powerful appeal for Christians to...


Aug 16, 2020

After fifteen weeks of walking through the book of Ecclesiastes, we come to what the Preacher calls “the end of the matter.” You may notice that many of the hymns we sing this morning have appeared earlier in this series. Pastor Grant’s sermon on Chapter One was paired with Hear Me, All You People (Psalm 49),...