Written Sermons

January 13, 2020

Word On the Street 

John 1:1-14 by Jeffrey Lindsay January 12, 2020 If you were here last week Marie began our 8-week series reflecting on our church’s core values through what is offered in […]
January 6, 2020

Love Moves Into the Neighborhood

John 1:1-14 by Marie Wonders January 5, 2020 The Word became flesh and lived among us. The Message translation says, “the word became flesh and blood and moved into the […]
December 8, 2019

A Peaceable Dream

Isaiah 11:1-10a by Daniel Harrell Violet and I spent last Sunday in Vero Beach, where the weather was a very un-Advent-like 79 degrees and sunny. It’s why people go to […]
November 17, 2019

No Playing Favorites

James 2:1-9 by Daniel Harrell I finish up my survey of the commandment, “love your neighbor as yourself” this morning—from its obscurity in Leviticus to its exalted position in James […]
November 11, 2019

Lawlessness

Galatians 5:13-18 by Daniel Harrell In this season of the Good Neighbor I’ve preached from each of the places the command “love your neighbor as yourself” shows up in the […]
November 4, 2019

Debt Service

Romans 13:8-14 by Daniel Harrell I missed Confirmation Sunday last week as I was in North Carolina attending my fortieth high school reunion. I hadn’t been back to Page High […]
October 14, 2019

Who Is My Neighbor?

Luke 10:25-37 by Daniel Harrell You really can’t do a year of the Good Neighbor without a sermon on the Good Samaritan. We spent part of last fall probing this […]
October 7, 2019

Take Two Tablets

Exodus 20:1-21 by Daniel Harrell Here’s a photo of me that popped up on Facebook this week. It’s from a high school drama production entitled The Braggart Soldier, a third […]
September 23, 2019

How to Be Perfect

Matthew 5:43-48 by Daniel Harrell Many years ago, Dawn and I were driving north from the Carolinas to Boston in our ancient Honda Accord. The tachometer started to spin uncontrollably […]
September 17, 2019

Like a Good Neighbor

Leviticus 19:13-18 by Daniel Harrell I’m one of those people who know’s he’s going to forget something, so he writes himself a note. But then he forgets to read the […]