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June 7, 2020

How Much Longing? How Much Longer?

Rev. Larry Westerveld
Psalm 84

Are we almost there yet? Tired of worshiping at home, all alone? Hang in there and join us Sunday morning for our final online-only worship service as we hear what James Montgomery Boice used to call "The Janitor's Psalm".

(Video available after 8am on Sunday AM)

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May 31, 2020

Poured out Abundantly on Us

Rev. Larry Westerveld
Acts 2:22-33; Titus 3:1-8

On Pentecost Sunday we celebrate the person and work of the Holy Spirit, particularly with respect to his role in giving birth to the Christian Church. We come to discover, 2000 years later, that Pentecost continues to have an abiding significance for our lives. Worship with us as we celebrate this Christian holiday and as we make a few connections to our previous reflections on Christ our Mediator.

(Video available after 8am on Sunday AM)



May 24, 2020

The Nature of Sin

Dr. Allen Curry
Exodus 34:1-9

An observer of American culture could easily conclude that Americans would rather practice sin than hear about it. If we pay attention to the Bible, then we will hear a great deal about sin. This Sunday morning we will look at a few of the things the Old Testament says about sin. Don’t worry. It will not be comprehensive examination, but I hope it will be sufficient for us to recognize our engagement in sin and the accompanying guilt along with God’s offer of forgiveness.

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May 17, 2020

Christ our Mediator, Christ our King

Acts 1:1-11; 1 Corinthians 15:20-28

Our children want to go out to play with their friends, adults want to go out to a restaurant to eat and all of us want to get back together to worship. The powers-that-be forbid us. Like never before we realize that we are people living under authority. As we begin to chafe under the rules set down for us it's good to be reminded that we serve a greater King, one who sits at the right hand of God until all his enemies are made subject to him. Join us as we celebrate Ascension Day!



May 10, 2020

Christ our Mediator, Christ our Priest

Exodus 28:1-29; Hebrews 9:246

The Bible is filled with rich imagery of priests and sacrifices. We can't explore it all in one sermon, but we can isolate one aspect of Christ's ministry as our mediator-priest for our encouragement. Join us Sunday morning as we take a look at an obscure text in Exodus that might remind you of a mother's piece of gemstone jewelry.

(Video available after 8am on Sunday AM)



May 3, 2020

Christ our Mediator, Christ our Prophet

Deuteronomy 18:15-22; Acts 3:11-26

What began as a diversion and a distraction is now our new and healthier preoccupation. We are giving our attention to what the Bible has to say about Jesus Christ our mediator. In this capacity he fulfills the biblical offices of prophet, priest and king. Join us online this Sunday morning as we look at the first of these offices and as we discover that Christ our Prophet-Mediator is better than Moses and is our way to knowing God.



April 26, 2020

Christ, Our Mediator

1 Timothy 2:1-7

If you're suffering from virus-fatigue and want to hear some good news for a change, join us as Pastor Westerveld introduces a new sermon series on Jesus Christ, our Mediator. This four-part series fills the gap between our celebrations of the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead and his ascension into heaven. We'll learn more about what a mediator does, how Jesus fills that role and how you enjoy a repaired relationship with God because of the work of Christ, our mediator.


April 19, 2020

Fallen Idols and the God Who Saves

(Isaiah 46)

How do we benefit from God's sovereignty in difficult times? This side of Good Friday and Easter, Christ's cross continues to give us a realism as we view the brokenness of the world. His resurrection assures us of God's power to accomplish his sovereign plan. Isaiah helps us see God's power to save and leads us to heart-felt worship and trust.


April 12, 2020

We Do Not Lose Heart 

(Luke 24:1-12; 2 Corinthians 4:13-18)

Trinity’s Easter celebration will be a bit muted this year. The pastor will say, “He is risen”, and... the room will be silent. During a time marked by darkness, weakness and death we meet Jesus Christ, raised in power to bring us light and life. Join us at 9:30 Sunday morning for our online Resurrection Day service. We will learn to confess our faith that, because of the resurrection, even though so much seems so wrong, we do not lose heart.


April 10, 2020

I Thirst 

John 19:28-29

Jesus once told a story about a rich man and Lazarus. The rich man died, was sent to Hades and was so tormented by the flames that he begged for just a drop of water on his tongue for relief. On Good Friday, while hanging on the cross, and after suffering the agonies of hell for us, Jesus called out, “I thirst”.  Join us tonight for our online Good Friday service featuring the seven last words of Christ from the cross, stirring music and a homily by Pastor Westerveld on why Christ’s thirst is good news for us.


April 5, 2020

What Do You See?


March 29, 2020

No Want, No Fear


March 22, 2020

The Lord is Your Keeper