Sermons from May 2021

Trinity Sunday

You can also watch on our Vimeo page. Why do we dream? How does nuclear fission work? Why are nickles bigger than dimes? There are some things that are hard to understand. This weekend we’ll marvel at something we’ll never understand: how the One, Immortal God is at the same time Three Persons. We’ll also marvel at an even greater mystery: his love for us. We also want to take a moment to remember those who have fallen in the…

God of the Impossible – Pentecost Worship

You can also watch on our Vimeo page. Do you feel like you need a miracle right now? Maybe just a little one? What if I told you that there are miracles happening every day? Our God is the God of the impossible! This Sunday we celebrate Pentecost. We’ll be marveling at the miracles of the Holy Spirit – those miracles he performed in the early days of the Christian Church and those miracles he performs in the Church today.

Ascension

You can also watch on our Vimeo page. Six weeks ago Christians around the world celebrated the most important event in the history of the world! Jesus’ Resurrection from the dead was a life-changing, as well as an “eternal” life-changing event. After spending some quality time with his disciples, Jesus did return to heaven. This weekend, our worship focuses on Jesus’ Ascension. This event may not be as draw-dropping as his Resurrection, but his Ascension still provides some much needed…

Mother’s Day

You can also watch on our Vimeo page. Mother’s Day is a yearly reminder of what gets taken for granted on a daily basis. Mothering always takes lots of time and love, sacrifice and tears – both kinds – joy and sadness. Motherhood will always be one of the most demanding and rewarding experiences there is. Make sure you thank the God who gave you your mom, and appreciate those whom God has called to the role of Christian mother.…

Confirmation Sunday

You can also watch on our Vimeo page. Do you remember your Confirmation Day?  You were probably both excited and nervous.  Excited to profess your faith in Jesus and receive the Lord’s Supper for the first time.  Nervous because you didn’t want to give a wrong answer, or forget where to go and when to stand.   This weekend is Confirmation weekend at St. Paul’s.  The Class of 2021 at St. Paul’s will be Confirmed on Saturday, May 1.  Pray for our young Christians…