Sermons

Who are we? #2

Discovering our identity seems to be something we engage in regularly as we continue to discover who we are and who God is calling us to be. This is a significant time in our history as a congregation as we prepare for a change in ministry – so it’s also a significant time to re-establish…

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Who are We? – new sermon series

I’m discovering that times of change are also times of varying emotions. As I prepare to transition from ministry in Baxter to ministry in Bracebridge, I find myself alternating from excitement to fear, and joy to sadness as we navigate through the “lasts” (last communion, last breakfast, last sermon series) and anticipate the many “firsts”…

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Transition #4 – from law to grace

Our society operates according to a system of rules, regulations, and laws. We drive on the right side of the road – we stop at stop signs – we give pedestrians the right of way – and we don’t drive under the influence of drugs or alcohol. And if we DON’T follow the law, we…

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Transitions #2 – from bondage to restoration

Our congregation is preparing for change this summer, as Rev. Heather transitions from ministry in Baxter to ministry in Bracebridge starting in September. We’re learning how to navigate through this time of transition through a summer sermon series – Transitions – looking at times of change in the scriptures and how we can apply this teaching to our own situations.

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Transitions

This teaching will not only apply to our experience as a congregation, but will also hopefully equip us as individuals when we face the inevitable transitions of life.

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Out is In

OUT is IN with God. If we are feeling out of touch/sync/the loop/sorts, how many others around us are also feeling the same way? That’s a lot of people feeling OUT. So what can we do about it?

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All Things New

All Things New

God is able to take us when we are feeling old and rundown and turn us into something brand new. What great news – especially when we are feeling particularly worn out and tired.

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Saying Thank You

Thank You

This coming Sunday is our “Thank You Sunday” at Living Faith, which is an opportunity for us to thank the many faithful volunteers who assist in all of our various ministries.

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