Sermon for Easter Sunday April 17, 2022

“He is Risen Indeed!” Luke 24:1-12       That great and committed preacher within British Methodism W.E. Sangster found that he had an incurable disease that caused progressive muscular atrophy. In his time he was a great speaker capable of keeping the attention of thousands, but his illness soon rendered him without a voice. On EasterContinue reading “Sermon for Easter Sunday April 17, 2022”

Sundays Sermon for April 3, 2022

“Extravagant Discipleship” John 12:1-8   A number of years ago as a Christmas present, I bought my wife a small bottle of perfume called Opium. At that time it cost about Eighty dollars. Today it is not really made anymore. There is a spray that somewhat replicates the perfume, and it cost about the sameContinue reading “Sundays Sermon for April 3, 2022”

Our Wednesday Evening Lenten Service is Canceled Due to Icy Conditions

Due to the icy weather conditions today, our Wednesday Night Lenten Service for tonight is cancelled for this week. The scripture reading was to be from Jonah 3:1-4: 3 The word of the Lord came to Jonah a second time, saying, 2 “Get up, go to Nineveh, that great city, and proclaim to it the messageContinue reading “Our Wednesday Evening Lenten Service is Canceled Due to Icy Conditions”

Sermon for Sunday March 20, 2022

“Jesus Did You Hear the News Today” Luke 13:1-9   Jesus did you hear in the news today… I saw on the TV that the Russian invasion of Ukraine is still inflicting great destruction and damage to that nation and its people. Millions have fled the nation into Poland and other countries. Families have beenContinue reading “Sermon for Sunday March 20, 2022”

Bill and Candy are asking for Help

Bill and Candy are members of our church. They have been dealing with difficult health issues and living on a limited income. They are currently without a working vehicle, and they may be needing to find other housing. Please consider helping them by contributing to their GO FUND Me page. Even a small amount willContinue reading “Bill and Candy are asking for Help”

Sermon for March 6, 2022

“Beyond Sight” Luke 4:1-13   Albert Einstein was a genius. But the true power of his thoughts came from his ability to imagine the connections and relationships of the natural forces around him in this life.   Albert Einstein once said, “I never came upon any of my discoveries through the process of rational thinking.”Continue reading “Sermon for March 6, 2022”