SERMONS AND TALKS

Here’s what’s in store for you in the coming weeks. If you want to listen to a particular sermon or talk, or research a topic or book of the Bible, browse our sermons and talks database below.

Each Sunday, Holy Trinity’s morning worship service recording is available on our YouTube channel by 11am. The recorded sermon will be posted below on Monday morning.  For your convenience, here is the morning service bulletin for Sunday, June 16, 2024.

SUMMER SERMON SERIES

June 2-July 28: Summer Worship Services @ 10am & 5:30pm

Exodus: The Story of God

Everyone knows that Exodus tells the story of Moses, and how he saves the people of Israel from slavery in Egypt. Right? Not exactly. Of course, Moses has a major role to play. So does Pharaoh. But the central figure in the story of Exodus is God. It is the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob who calls Moses, who controls the action, changes people’s hearts, saves Israel, and reveals his character along the way. Join us in June and July as we listen to the story of God in Exodus and learn to let him shape our stories today.

  • June 2 – Exodus 1:1-2:10
  • June 9 – Exodus 2:23-3:15
  • June 16 – Exodus 5:1-6:1
  • June 23 – Exodus 7:1-24
  • June 30 – Exodus 12:1-14; 28-32
  • July 7 – Exodus 13:17-14:4
  • July 14 – Exodus 15:1-18
  • July 21 – Exodus 16:1-21
  • July 28 – Exodus 19:1-20

RECENT SERMONS AND TALKS

Jonathan Pennington - February 12, 2023

Sermon: He is Worthy

Scripture References: John 7:1-10

From Series: "Sinners, Scoundrels and Outcasts"

When it came to making friends, Jesus was master of the unexpected. He didn’t care for the company of Jerusalem’s religious elite, but he was happy to hang out with prostitutes, tax collectors, Roman soldiers and rule-breakers. The Gospels tell countless stories of powerful interactions in which Jesus breaks the social conventions of his time to bring sinners, scoundrels and outcasts into the kingdom of God. Find out why and what this has to do with us on Sunday mornings this winter.

 

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