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

Taking Hold of Life…Rev. Dee Ledger, September 29, 2019

1 Timothy 6:6-19
They arrive in my mailbox.  Those slick and shiny catalogs of clothes, or new-fangled, wacky contraptions, or things-everyone-simply-must have.  Even when I give notice that I don’t want the

Continue reading Taking Hold of Life…Rev. Dee Ledger, September 29, 2019

Heartsick…Rev. Dee Ledger, September 22, 2019

Jeremiah 8:18-19:1
Hindsight is 20/20.  At least, that is what the saying says, and we will probably be hearing a lot more of this phrase as we approach year 2020, no matter what our actual vision acuity may be.  But

Continue reading Heartsick…Rev. Dee Ledger, September 22, 2019

Sweeping to Lose, Sweeping to Find… Rev. Dee Ledger, September 15, 2019

Luke 15:1-10
What is precious to you?  What is lost to you?  These two questions intently gaze at us from our lives this morning and this scripture from Luke.  The leaders are grumbling.  These are religious

Continue reading Sweeping to Lose, Sweeping to Find… Rev. Dee Ledger, September 15, 2019

Together; Rev. Dee Ledger, September 8, 2019

Luke 14:1, 7-14 
The story seems straightforward.  Jesus arrives at a leader’s house and takes notice of the way in which people seat themselves—the inner and outer circles of the gathering, the way in which

Continue reading Together; Rev. Dee Ledger, September 8, 2019

When you feel like a little owl in the waste places… Rev. Dee Ledger, September 1, 2019

Psalm 102:1-7
As we begin today, I invite you to play a little word game.  I will give a phrase and ask you to complete it.  However, in completing it, please mention an animal in your answer.  Be as

Continue reading When you feel like a little owl in the waste places… Rev. Dee Ledger, September 1, 2019

Refuge, Rev. Dee Ledger, August 25, 2019

Psalm 71:1-6
Anne Quindlen once wrote, “You are the only person alive who has sole custody of your life ... Your entire life ... Not just the life of your mind, but the life of your heart. Not just your bank

Continue reading Refuge, Rev. Dee Ledger, August 25, 2019

Not Here; Rev. Dee Ledger, Easter Sunday, April 21, 2019

Luke: 24:1-12
  On the surface, the Easter story is a preposterous claim.  It isn’t scientific, yet it has survived even the most dismal and humiliating of circumstances, as well as centuries of

Continue reading Not Here; Rev. Dee Ledger, Easter Sunday, April 21, 2019

A Hot Mess; Rev. Dee Ledger, April 15, 2019

Matthew 26:57-75
Are we tempted to whitewash the events of this week?  If we were to choose one color to represent the events of this week, what color would we choose?  It’s always a bit tricky to decide on a

Continue reading A Hot Mess; Rev. Dee Ledger, April 15, 2019

A Time to Live, Rev. Dee Ledger, April 7, 2019

Ecclesiastes 3:1-13
What do you do when you despair of the monotony of life?  What do you do, when you are, season in and season out, burdened by the endless cycle of rising and sleeping, working and spending, eating

Continue reading A Time to Live, Rev. Dee Ledger, April 7, 2019

Trust and Treasure; Rev. Dee Ledger, March 31, 2019

Luke 12:29-34
Sisters and brothers, are you in a season of acquiring or in a season of letting go?  When I was expecting, I was flabbergasted at the amount of kid paraphernalia that was advertised to us. 

Continue reading Trust and Treasure; Rev. Dee Ledger, March 31, 2019
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