Latest sermons:
10:30am, Sunday, November 25, 2018
Passage: John 18:33-37
Series: General
Visiting Pastor Bob Wiebusch explores the meaning of Christ's Kingdom in the world, but not of the world, for this last Sunday of the Church year. (Technical issues prevented a recording of services today. The sermon text is downloadable as a PDF.) [Organ/Choir - Christ the King Sunday]
8:30am, Sunday, June 17, 2018
Passage: Mark 4:26-34
Series: General
Duration: 20 mins
Guest preacher Pastor Robert Wiebusch explores Jesus' parable of the sower of the seed. What does this tell us about the growth of God's kingdom - and even of our role in that blessed calling! [Organ/Choir - Pentecost 4]
11:24am, Saturday, June 16, 2018
Series: General
Duration: 18 mins 11 secs
Guest preacher Pastor Robert Wiebusch examines the problem of suffering, and with St Paul, encourages to raise our eyes and look beyond the immediate. [Organ/Choir - Pentecost 3]
9:30am, Sunday, December 24, 2017
Passage: Luke 1:26-38
Series: General
Duration: 17 mins 57 secs
This year, Christmas Eve is also the fourth Sunday of Advent, traditionally celebrating the angel telling Mary that she was to bear the child Jesus (the Annunciation). In this morning's service, visiting Pastor Robert Wiebusch explores what this event tells us about Mary, and how it reflect on our own situation. [Organ/Choir - Advent 4]
8:30am, Sunday, October 15, 2017
Series: Five Solas
Duration: 18 mins 6 secs
Two great Lutheran musicians, Bach and Handel, both wrote on the bottom of their compositions "SDG", standing for "Soli Deo Gloria", Latin that means To God Alone the Glory. This is one of the great understandings that emerged from the Reformation: we sinners can do nothing to earn a restored relationship with God. God, in his grace, has done everything. To God alone the glory! [Organ - Pentecost 19]