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“but in your hearts honor Christ the Lord as holy, always being prepared to
make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope
that is in you; yet do it with gentleness and respect,” I Peter 3:15 (ESV)

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Sermons

From our founding, we have been a church that proclaims the good news of Jesus. We are in the process of cataloging our library of hundreds of sermon podcasts into a searchable database. Check back often to find particular passages or topics to encourage you in your walk with Jesus.

Blogs

Hear from our clergy and staff on topics important to them, our church and the broader Christian community. We hope you’ll find new insights and perspectives on God’s truth and our world for your encouragement and edification.

Reflections on the Gentleness of Christ

So often I encounter people who are not merely assertive but aggressive, predominantly coarse rather than careful; people who are eager to expound their opinions and knowledge rather than reserved and reflective, thoughtful and Socratic in dialog. Consequently, they often lack an understanding about what others are saying because they don’t listen well. Should they…

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Fasting and Feasting at Christmas

Fasting is about giving up something of value and it seems like we’ve been in an unending season of “fasting” since March. I’m referring to the coronavirus pandemic and what many of us have had to do without for the past nine months: a sense of normalcy, time with friends and family, and some of…

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Musical Treasures

Every fall I go through a lengthy process of selecting music for the Christmas services. This year I have been very aware of stylistic differences among the various national traditions from which we draw Christmas music each year. (For this post, the phrase “Christmas music” refers to music with lyrics that deal with the Incarnation…

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From My Heart to Yours

I accepted a call to serve Holy Trinity’s children during a global crisis, a pandemic no-less – COVID-19 if we’re going to be technical. Why on earth would I do this? Sometimes I wonder myself. However, if I’m being honest, it’s because I believed the Lord nudged me and called me to this place at…

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Acts of Grace

With Thanksgiving here and the season of Advent approaching to bring 2020 to a close, I am reminded more than ever why the season is so significant. In it we remember the Advent, the coming of God himself incarnate into our broken world in the person of Jesus of Nazareth 2,000 or so years ago.…

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Five Questions for Self-Examination

Conversations with Jesus seemed to leave people not only awestruck but also exposed. Jesus brilliantly asked questions that pierced through surface matters and probed heart longings, desires and motivations. Jesus cared and still cares about the heart because he knows that good and evil emanate from it (Matt. 15:11). Words and behaviors originate from the…

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Lean In and Step Up

Join us as we lean on the Lord more than ever and step up into the life he has called us to as servants, as friends, as leaders in our community and as ambassadors for the gospel.

Healing Prayer Testimonies

Be encouraged by testimonies of answered prayer for healing. These stories give glory to God’s healing power and grace.

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