What do people experience when they come to Trinity Lutheran? What do they see, or rather, Who do they see when they come in contact with us? Can a person make a difference in the world? Can a church? Come and See, Part 2.
Is 2018 your year of new beginnings? We all need a new beginning, a fresh start, or a turn in a different direction at some point in our lives. Listen to Sunday’s sermon by Pastor Jim about the author of new beginnings.
Did the snowstorm prevent you from attending Christmas Eve services at Trinity? Then give a listen to Pastor Jim’s sermon and the three life lessons that can help get you through life’s dark, cold days.
What do you do when life doesn’t go according to the rules, or at least not as planned? What do you do when you don’t like the place you are in life? Give a listen to Sunday’s sermon by Pastor Jim and share it if you like it.
We can only welcome the future as well as we let go of the past. In this sermon about John the Baptist, Pastor Tom Kidd explains the significant position in time that John held, and the new message he was ushering in. Give a listen and share it if it speaks to you.
Do you have someone you need to say “Sorry” to? Have a situation that you need to put right? Or perhaps some deed of kindness that you’ve been meaning to do, but haven’t had the time? Then listen to Sunday’s sermon by Pastor Jim, “The Clock Is Ticking.”
In this All Saints Sunday sermon, Pastor Jim asks, “When did you realize… that someday you would die?” If you have a hard time with that concept, and the fear that often attends it, then give a listen.
In this Reformation Sunday sermon marking the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, Pastor Jim reminds us that we are all members of God’s priesthood and our ministry involves the people we come into contact with in our daily lives.
Sunday’s sermon by Pastor Eileen Burdick explores the mysteries of how the Holy Spirit moves people in diverse ways, though in overall harmony with God’s purpose. A song about the Spirit performed by Karl follows.
Christianity turns human authority and power on its head as shown by the servanthood of Jesus. In this intriguing sermon, retired Pastor Tom Kidd explores the paradoxical power of acknowledging our powerlessness and the path to restoration that it opens before us.