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Son of Mary

December 04, 2016

Luke 1:26-38

There is real joy in getting a “Yes.” From a innocent note passed between friends stating, circle yes or no, to a college acceptance letter, getting a yes can be exhilarating. When Mary, mother of Jesus proclaimed, “Let it be to me as you have said,” she was saying yes to God. It must have been exhilarating for him to hear her give consent to his plan for her life. In this sermon designed for the whole family, we discover the beautiful relationship between Mary, mother of God and Jesus, Son of Mary.

Jay Slocum Preaching

Listen   19:00

The Final Chapter

April 17, 2016

John 21: 20-25

This final passage of the Gospel of John will serve as a summary passage for the book which desires for all those who read it to believe and have everlasting life. In this touching final passage of John’s Gospel, we do see men and women who believe and who have and will endure through eternity. We join them in our belief and can learn from their lives what it means to belong to Christ and to love others in the way he commanded

Listen   29:02

Annual Bishop's Visitation

May 22, 2016

John 16: 5-15

Using the Gospel reading from the Lectionary, Bishop Duncan will preach and celebrate at his annual visit, this Trinity Sunday. This will be the final visit of our beloved Bishop as he nears his retirement. 

 

Given By: Archbishop Duncan

Listen   16:50

Citzenship

November 06, 2016

Joshua 7:19-26

The story of Achan in Joshua 7 is the story of a man who breaks a contract with the nation he represents by stealing during a battle with a neighboring nation. The result of his action causes the death of many innocent citizens. Moreover, the sin of Achan results in the death of Achan and his entire family. In the “single serving” world of America in the late modern age, this story can be a bit shocking to some readers. However, it teaches us deep truth about our interconnectedness within society and the need for each of us to partake in being citizens of our own country. Further, the story challenges us to apply the Gospel to those who fail to uphold the laws of our nation or the particularities of how we express our differences as citizens. Join us for this sermon as we seek to find ways that we can live peacefully as citizens of our nation in the midst of turbulent times.

Listen   42:42

Be Kind to Yourself - Rev. Joe Vitunic

June 26, 2016

1 Corinthians 13:1-8a

Join us this week as we hear from Rev. Joe Vitunic preach on the passage 1 Corinthians 13:1-8a .  Pastor Joe was with us back in May and will be with us the next two weeks as the Slocum family begin their 6 week sabbatical.  Be sure to join us this week and throughout July as we hear from a variety of guest preachers.  Mr. Vitunic is a retired Anglican clergyman. He is the founding pastor and pastor emeritus of Church of the Savior in Ambridge. Valerie, his wife, is the founder of The Lazarus Center, also in Ambridge. They have three married children and eight surviving grandchildren. Mr. Vitunic is a graduate of Georgia Tech and the Univ. of Penna., majoring in civil engineering, and of Trinity School for Ministry.

Listen   19:33

Technology: Restoration Tools

August 07, 2016

Genesis 6:9-22

The bible commends us to create and use technology from the making of musical instruments to the development of work implements that reduce human suffering. However, it also warns us of the consequences of making “bad tools” that harm others, anger God, and damage our souls. This sermon will help us to discern how to use our tools in ways that save our souls, serve others and satisfy God’s mandate for us to be fruitful, multiply, fill the whole earth and to subdue it. 

Listen   41:33

Savior of the World

December 18, 2016

Psalm 126:1-6

Ruined things, broken stuff, hurt feelings, forgotten dreams; that we experience these things is perhaps the thing for which we have the most evidence within our faith. However, the miracle of the Christmas story is that it exists to heal and restore the ruined, broken, hurt and forgotten. Our faith becomes full in the Christmas story because it shows us that God’s ability to fix a hurting world through the life, death, resurrection and rule of his son, Jesus Christ. Join us for this sermon designed for the whole family and experience the joy of Christmas

Jay Slocum Preaching

Listen   14:24

Tolerance & Intolerance

August 21, 2016

Daniel 6:1-28

Many Christians in the West are using the metaphor of the Old Testament Exile to describe the present state of the Church. We have clearly lost our footing as a dominant cultural force (Christendom is over). Hence, our stance should be that of God’s exilic people who were to settle down in Babylon and to “Pray for the welfare of the city.” Within this historic setting, the exiles experienced periods of influence mixed with tolerance from those who dominated the culture as well as periods of influence mixed with intolerance from those who dominated the culture. As our culture rapidly changes, how are we to live as servants who neither hide nor assimilate regardless of whether we are tolerated or not?

Listen   40:09

Devotion

October 16, 2016

2 Samuel 23:8-17

A boy gets grounded for disobeying his parents. As he slumps towards his room in tears, his loyal pet follows him. “Good dog,” says the boy in tears stroking his dogs coat. “I know you love me.” Dogs are wonderful models of devotion. A restaurant owner living 500 miles from his hometown adorns the inside of his business with tributes to the Pittsburgh Steelers. He watches every game, a “Terrible Towel” waving from above his head in support of the “Black and Gold”- That’s devotion. Among those most devoted to King David were three men known a David’s Mighty Men. They fought with and for him even to the point of risking their live so that he might drink a glass of water from his favorite well located behind enemy lines during a siege of their land. We understand devotion deeply because we all have people, places, ideas and things to which we are devoted. This week, we will discover how God delights in our devotion, to Him and that which he has called us to devote ourselves to in His service. Join us as we launch our series: Stewardship in everyday Life.

Listen   36:07

Women in Leaderdship: A Biblical Argument

May 15, 2016

1 Timothy 2:1-15

Why does our pastor affirm women in leadership and the ordination of women? Why is it important? This sermon will address the Bible’s view of women in leadership and offer a biblical argument for the ordination of women to the priesthood. Join us for this important sermon and consider inviting a friend who thinks differently about this topic.

*Not all of the question and answer portion was captured and at times the audio is hard to hear, we apologize for this inconvenience.   

Given by Pastor Jay 

Listen   44:21


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