Sermons

January 8, 2017

Discovering New Prisms

Discovering New Prisms

  Today we celebrate the First Sunday of Epiphany, a time of light and revelation, of insight and discovery. Rev. Nayiri Karjian preaches. The Flute Choir plays worship music at both services. The Chancel Choir shares Eric Whitacre’s exquisite “Lux Aurumque” at 11:00.

January 1, 2017

New Year’s Day: It’s About Time

New Year's Day: It's About Time

Today, during this intergenerational service, we share the banquet of the Lord’s Table. We welcome our own RoMa Johnson to our pulpit. And, we give thanks for the new year full of promise and possibility!

December 25, 2016

Christmas Day: Sing a New Song

Christmas Day: Sing a New Song

Today we will gather for an informal worship experience of Christmas carols, scriptures and stories. We will have only one service at 9:30 a.m. Rev Franklin preaches.

December 24, 2016

Christmas Eve Reflection

Christmas Eve Reflection

On this most Holy Eve, we gather to celebrate the birth of Baby Jesus. We light the Christ Candle celebrating the wonder of the Christ Child, the Gifts of Gifts, the Bearer of Peace, Emmanuel – God with us. We offer four opportunities for worship: Child Friendly Service of Carols and Scripture – 3 p.m […]

December 18, 2016

Fourth Sunday of Advent: The Manger In Our Hearts

Fourth Sunday of Advent: The Manger In Our Hearts

On this Last Sunday of Advent, we light the fourth candle on the Advent wreath, celebrating the wonder of LOVE. Rev. Karjian preaches “The Manger in Our Hearts,” interpreting Luke 2: 1-7, the Christmas story from a contextual Middle Eastern Perspective. The Bells of St. Vrain Handbell Ensemble shares special music and the Chancel Choir […]

December 11, 2016

Third Sunday of Advent: Joyful Confidence

Third Sunday of Advent: Joyful Confidence

Today we light the pink candle on the Advent wreath, celebrating the wonder of JOY. Rev. Franklin preaches. BrassWorks 4 shares special music at both services, and the Chancel Choir shares the Parker/Shaw arrangement of “O Come, O Come Emmanuel” at 11:00.

December 4, 2016

2nd Sunday of Advent: Gifts, Gratitude, Possibilities

2nd Sunday of Advent: Gifts, Gratitude, Possibilities

Today, during this intergenerational service we light the second candle on the Advent wreath, celebrating the wonder of PEACE. Rev. Karjian preaches “Pregnant with Possibilities” interpreting Luke 1: 26-38, and we share the banquet of the Lord’s Table at both services. Today we also conclude our 2017 annual appeal with Gratitude and Thanksgiving to God! […]

November 27, 2016

1st Sunday of Advent: The First, The Last & God’s Possibilities

1st Sunday of Advent: The First, The Last & God’s Possibilities

Minister: Rev. Nayiri Karjian Today we move from the season of Pentecost and the Holy Spirit to the Season of Advent, celebrating a New Year according the liturgical church calendar. Advent, a time of waiting and expectation, takes us on a journey of wonder and preparation as we mark its days by lighting the candles […]

November 20, 2016

Reign of Christ Sunday

Reign of Christ Sunday

Rev. Jacque Franklin preaches as we give the gift of Bibles to our third graders. This is the last Sunday of the liturgical year as we celebrate the reign of Christ. The Bells of St. Vrain Handbell Ensemble shares worship music and the Chancel Choir presents Andrew Fischer’s arrangement of the traditional Zambian song “Bonse […]

November 13, 2016

Generosity Sunday: With God, All Things Are Possible!

Generosity Sunday: With God, All Things Are Possible!

Today we celebrate Generosity Sunday as we begin our annual appeal especially for financial gifts toward our 2017 ministry spending plan. Rev. Nayiri Karjian will preach “With God All Things Are Possible.” The Men’s Ensemble sings at both worship services, and we learn to sing an original composition by Mandy Todd and Russ Ware that […]

Page 2 of 27

 

Search our sermon archives.

Subscribe to our podcasts:

Podcast for Google Home Page or Google Reader: Add to Google 
Podcast for iTunes (click here)

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *