New Day Sermon Easter 5 In baptism we are given a gift of adoption and wrapped in faith. We’ve all been given the same gift…like an eternal jacket. So how are you wearing this jacket…this coat of Christ?
New Day Sermoneaster 4 Jesus tells us, “My sheep hear my voice. I know them, and they follow me.” But what does it mean to be known by our Lord?
New Day Sermon Third Sunday Of Easter In the three-fold question Jesus asks Peter … “Do you love me?” … we find ourselves being called to answer. What does it mean to be a modern day apostle in a complicated world. Sometimes the questions themselves, embody the answers we seek.
There’s a set of keys offered to us in today’s gospel text that we (and the disciples) are challenged to find: the key to knowing peace rather than fear, the key to being able to trust another person, and the key to offering forgiveness. Finding the keys to discipleship is a necessary step in our quest to travel down the road.
New Day Sermon Easter Sunday Easter is about joy. Pure undiluted joy. But do we always know how to live in joy? How does the Resurrection gift you joy today?
New Day Sermon Palm Sunday This week’s message is the Passion of the Lord according to Luke. We have included the worship song “Messiah” and the Passion reading. The Gospel reading is dramatically read by the New Day band and set to music and paired with drawings and watercolor painting. We hope that this message…
New Day Sermon lent 5 What does God’s love smell like?
New Day Sermon Lent Four We all leave home and live life. Perhaps there’s a “Prodigal Son” in all of us. And sometimes it’s hard to go home.
New Day Sermon – Lent 3 Watching the news today can give us knots in our stomach; mass shootings, natural disasters that claim property and lives, war and violence. We begin to wonder where God is in all of this and could God stop it?
New Day Sermonlent 2 This week we welcomed guest preacher Zach Weiss for Camp Sunday at St. Peter’s. Zach is the Director of Camp Kirchenwald in Colebrook and he preached on the gospel and the importance of camp in Christian formation.