Discipleship

Discipleship

Discipleship is learning to follow Jesus, learning about both him and ourselves, learning to love as God loves: all, no exceptions. Jesus commands us to love our neighbor as we love ourselves, but how can we love ourselves if we don’t know who we are? By discovering and understanding ourselves in community, we learn to empathize with those around us and manifest God’s realm on earth.

Christian Education

Sunday School

Regardless of where you are in life’s journey, there is a place for you. You can find classes for pre-K through 12th grade during the entire year. A seasonal adult-supervised nursery is also available. We are always looking for volunteers to lead classes or help guide our youth.

Our Sermons

Hosanna vs. Hallelujah

Matthew 21:1-11
This past week, in Montgomery County, teachers many jurisdictions tried in various ways to connect with their students.  Some classes met via Zoom; others linked up via email, phone, and text

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Life Unbound; Rev. Dee Ledger, March 29, 2020

John 11:32-44
Many years ago, an art teacher challenged me to draw the interior of a Dutch wooden shoe.  If you have ever peered inside a wooden shoe, you might then understand the challenge.  It looked like a

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Go and Wash; Rev. Dee Ledger, March 22, 2020

John 9:1-38
Oh, Sisters and brothers, what a week it has been!  Many of you, indeed most of you, are adjusting to new routines, after having had to give up way more than you bargained for in Lent.  And today,

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But We Had To Go This Way; Rev. Dee Ledger, March 15, 2020

John 4:4-24
“But he had to go through Samaria. So he came to a Samaritan city called Sychar, near the plot of ground that Jacob had given to his son Joseph.  Jacob’s well was there, and Jesus, tired out by

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On Seeking and Finding; Rev. Dee Ledger, March 8, 2020

Luke 15:1-10
I was tasked this past week to find hand sanitizer.  Not to stockpile or to hoard, but to obtain 2 reasonably priced bottles.  At last check, 2 bottles were going for about $49. on Amazon, and the

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We Have This Treasure…; Rev. Dee Ledger, March 1, 2020

Psalm 139,  Matthew 4:1-11, and 2 Corinthians 4:7-10
Perhaps you have heard of the phrase, “Know thyself.”  Often attributed to the Greek philosopher, Socrates, the Ancient Greek aphorism, “Know Thyself” was once inscribed in the forecourt of

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“But You’re Different!” Rev. Dee Ledger; February 23, 2020

Matthew 17:1-9
Perhaps you have had a major change in your life.  It could be positive: a move, a change in appearance, a loss of weight, a gain of energy, the ability to quit an annoying habit or addiction, or

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Hold Fast; Rev. Dee Ledger, February 16, 2020

Deuteronomy 30:15-20
I read somewhere that the actress Jane Fonda has given up on plastic surgery.  At age 82, she has finally had enough.  In an interview with Elle Canada, she said, “I can’t pretend that I’m

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Racial Justice Sunday; Guest Preacher, Rev. Art Waidmann, February 9, 2020


Ladders; Rev. Dee Ledger, Feb 2, 2020

Matthew 5:1-12
Some words lose their meaning because they are overused.  We are approaching Valentine’s Day and for those of you out shopping for the perfect sentiment, you know how difficult it is to convey the

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