Sermons by Rev. Jessica Wright
Sunday November 24 2019Rev Jessica Wright, preaching
Sunday October 6You Asked: Why Should I Forgive?Jonah 3: 1-5, 9-10, 4: 1-4Rev Jessica Wright, preaching
August 25 2019The Best of EnemiesRev. Jessica Wright, preachingActs 10
Sunday, June 30Bowls & BabylonRevelation 14:6–18:24Rev. Jessica Wright, preaching
In Breaking the Code, a six-week worship series, we’ll cover the book of Revelation from cover to cover. We invite you to read along by following the attached Revelation Reading Schedule. In the first week, we orient ourselves to the Book of Revelation: when and why and how it was written as well as the claims it makes on the lives of Christians throughout the ages. Sunday June 2Revelation: What is This?Revelation 1:1-20Rev. Jessica Wright, preaching
Sunday March 24 Third Sunday of Lent Listen Up: Compassion Scripture: 1 Kings 3: 5-28 Rev. Jessica Wright, preaching
When a marriage has a shared sense of meaning, conflict is much less intense and perpetual problems are less likely to lead to gridlock.
When life is at its hardest, it is so easy to go back to our old ways. It’s easy to go back to life before Jesus with old habits, before our baptism and not living in light of God’s love, to return to the life before a changed heart. Life can be altogether different as we follow Jesus, but life is going to test us. When it tests us we either withdraw, shut-down, stand-up. It becomes an opportunity for more…
Sunday December 30 2018 John 1: 1-5 Rev. Jessica Wright, preaching
November 11 2018 Matthew 14: 13-21 Rev. Jessica Wright, preaching Gratitude makes us happier people, leading more fulfilled and generous lives. Gratitude is important in relationships at home, work, and church. We support that for which we are thankful. Come with us this November as we create a sense of gratitude for the church and lead us to making a financial commitment to the church for 2019.
Lots of people believe in a God. Our belief in Jesus is distinctive, it’s what sets us apart.
Mark 12:38-44 Our talents, our gifts, and our resources are what God uses to bring about God’s will on earth. Not at the expense of the most vulnerable brothers and sisters, but out of the abundance that so many of us experience. God is faithful and there is enough for everyone when we learn to share. John Wesley believed that life, all of it, is a gift to be given away. He is credited with saying, “Earn all you can, save…