For God so loved the world... A much beloved and familiar scripture for many of us. We unpack this scripture as well as another story in the Old Testament where Christ is present. No spoilers but you don't want to miss this one. Thank you for joining us!
Our new scripture series is based around a specific scripture in Luke 24:25-27. Pastor Dan will spend the next few weeks walking through some examples of where Christ is found in the Old Testament. Starting with this first part of the series where we focus on the very beginning. Thank you for joining us!
An Old Testament priest comes into frame during this second part of our sermon series, Jesus in the Old Testament. We will dig a little deeper into the blessing Melchizedek bestows on Abraham and where we see Christ in that. Thank you for joining us!
It will be a disadvantage for you this week unfortunately podcasters. This week we invited the congregation to call out some of their favorite hymns to sing instead of the traditional sermon. Enjoy this whimsical end to our sermon series on hymns. Don't forget you can also always watch the action on our Boxcast channel. Next week, we will start a new sermon series on Christ in the Old Testament.
He is risen! Happy Easter to you all from CHUMC. Pastor Dan brings some historical insights to this day. Don't feel like you need to reenact the tradition of the holy kiss, but spend some time reflecting on the miracle of the Christ.
Palm Sunday! This week we are invited to reflect and prepare ourselves ahead of Eater Sunday. Pastor Dan touches on the spectacle and lessons of Palm Sunday.
We explore the two beautiful hymns of Great Is Thy Faithfulness UMH 140 and Joyful Joyful UMH 89. So much happening this morning around nature, enjoying the sunrise and birds, hearts unfolding like flowers, and our Director of Music and Worship sharing some insights about Beethoven. We did our best to boost his audio! To follow up with him further, shoot him an email. Thank you for joining us!
Pastor Dan returns this week as we look at a hymn of vision. It is no surprise our hymn this week is Be Thou My Vision in the hymnal as number 451. We look at this hymn line by line to get a better sense of what it means to allow God to be our vision, wisdom, and heart. Thank you for joining us.
Our lay leader Karen Birkelbach brings us the message this week as we enter the third week of our Lenten worship series. Our hymn is Come Thou Fount, in our hymnal as number 400. It pairs with a theme of being prone to wander. Karen expands further on the hymn and Christ's love that finds us. Thank you for joining us!
Our hymn this week is What A Friend We Have In Jesus found in our hymnal as number 526. Pastor Dan expands on this with our call to look for ways we can be a friend to others as Jesus would be. Thank you for joining us.