Author: <span>Noah Woodman</span>

Sermon title: No One Asked for This
Scripture: Jeremiah31:31-34

God is in the “heart-shaping” business. How have our hearts been shaped in the season, this Lent we’ve been living in for a year? If we have not been changed, have not become more compassionate, more forgiving, more grateful, more… more loving, then the biggest tragedy of this last year has not been the pandemic.

Pastor Glen Herrington-Hall
Music director Dawn Husmann


Pay Attention
Scripture: Psalm 19

With 24 hour news on TV, the same stories keep recycling until the images are burned into our brains. I heard a comedian today who suggested we just change the name of the news programs on TV to “What’s Wrong”. It’s easy to get overwhelmed and discouraged when so much seems to be going wrong.
The Psalms remind us that God’s faithfulness is for all creation, and for all time. If we pay attention, we might begin to see where God has been, where God is, and how God can make a difference, in us and through us.

Music provided by Dawn Husmann
Sermon by Pastor Glen Herrington-Hall


Two Banquets

Scripture: Mark 6:14-29

We are invited to attend two parties.  Everyday.  Which one we choose says a lot about who we believe God to be and how we live in the world.  Everyday.

Music produced by Dawn Husmann

Sermon provided by Paster Glen Herrington-Hall


Today’s Scripture: Matthew 2:1-12
Today’s Sermon “The Persistence of Hope”

Advent begins with words of hope from the prophet Isaiah, and Christmas ends with the hope that comes in the promise of the infant Jesus. That hope persists; it is a gift of the season which we carry with us in every season. The wisemen’s visit to Bethlehem makes that abundantly clear this year, when our hope in Christ is especially needed.

Pastor Glen Herrington-Hall; music director Dawn Husmann.


Today’s Sermon Title: What Are We Waiting For?

Scripture: Isaiah 40:1-11 and Mark 1:1-8

Advent has traditionally been about waiting for Jesus to be born, so we can wait for him to grow up and teach us how to live and what to hope for. But in Mark, there’s a shortcut, one we can really use this year. It’s as if Jesus is asking, “What are you waiting for?”

Pastor Glen Herrington-Hall; music by Dawn Husmann


Today we look at what fear does to our lives and how we might begin to overcome it.

Scripture: Matthew 25:14-30

Guest pastor Bill Peterson, music by Dawn Husmann and Mary Pat Kleven


Grief is hard. We are all grieving now, through this pandemic and the losses it has brought to nearly every aspect of our lives. How we grieve, and how we walk with each other through grief, is a daily challenge. This sermon, the first in a series of three, offers a look at what helps us grieve well as we grieve together.

Scripture: Psalms 77:1-10

Pastor Glen Herrington-Hall.

Music is done by Dawn Husmann


Have you ever been as mad as a monkey with a cucumber?  I know you have, even if you don’t know what that means.  Here’s why, how, and what to do about it.

Scripture: Matthew 20:1-16

Pastor Glen Herrington-Hall.

Music done by Dawn Husmann.