Martin Luther saw preaching as that time in worship when the promises of God are "poured into our ears" for our life in the world and for our life together as the body of Christ. For Luther, the sermon was in many ways sacramental, that is, Holy time. Come join us in some Holy time by listening to the message from our worship each week. You may also subscribe to our podcast or follow us via the RSS Feed.
Peace Be With You—Pastor Rick Hartmann
People Get Ready—Pastor Rick Hartmann
Always Thankful—Pastor Rick Hartmann
Always Remember—Pastor Rick Hartmann
Hang in There—Pastor Rick Hartmann
Faithful Stewardship: Sacrifice—Pastor Rick Hartmann
499 and Counting—Pastor Rick Hartmann
Faithful Stewardship: Abundance—Pastor Rick Hartmann
Faithful Stewardship: Gratitude—Pastor Rick Hartmann followed by the Chancel Choir singing Kum Ba Ya by Douglas Wagner.
Jesus’ Hope for the New Community: The Bartimaeus Effect—Pastor Rick Hartmann followed by the Men's Choir singing All People That on Earth Do Dwell by William Kethe and Louis Bourgeois.
Jesus’ Hope for the New Community: Transfiguration—Pastor Rick Hartmann followed by the Men's Choir singing Oh, Bless My Soul by Watts and Williams.
Jesus’ Hope for the New Community: Table Transformation—Pastor Rick Hartmann followed by the Chancel Choir singing Contemplative Spiritual by Donald More.