Recent Sermons

  • Easter Perspectives: John and Thomas

    Listen as Gordie and Ryan reenact the chaotic events of the Easter week in Jerusalem, as seen through the eyes of the disciples John and Thomas.

  • Easter Perspectives: Peter

    Peter, the disciple of Jesus, was known for triumphs of faith and profound failures. A good way to frame his story is where Peter meets Jesus at the beginning of the Gospel of John: “You are Simon, the son of John. You will be called Cephas” (which is translated Peter).

  • Easter Perspectives: Caiaphas, Pilate and Herod

    Jesus was put through three religious trials. These were dominated by adherence to rituals and traditions, with a strong desire to maintain the status quo. For all their training and upbringing, the religious leaders were oblivious to the hand of God at work in current events. Then Jesus was put

  • Easter Perspectives: Judas

    Judas Iscariot is infamous for betraying Jesus. He’s even introduced as “the betrayer” in all four Gospels. But why did he end up that way, despite being part of Jesus’ inner circle for his entire ministry? And what lessons (and warnings) can we learn from his life? For one, he