Weekly Sermons

The Spirit of Inclusivity — Caio Santos

Beginning from the premise that God — and God’s Spirit — is ultimately mystery, as followers of the Christ we are called to hold our understandings of the divine humbly. And it is exactly that humility, along with the constant awareness that our...

From Atom to Adam — Mark Tidd

For the last 500 years of our “scientific revolution” and age of “Enlightenment”,God was shoved off the universal stage and cloistered in the Church. God ruled the realm of “spiritual” matters; physical matter was the realm of...

Breathing and Being — Michael Hidalgo

The name of God is a verb that is best expressed through something as simple as breathing. We might say, “To breathe is to be.” But how often do we contemplate our breath? Perhaps if we did, we would experience the joy of being and the beauty of living like...

The Spirit of The Spirit — Heather Nelson

What if the fruit of the Spirit is the greatest antidote to the traumas that cover our world today? Paul, in his letter to the Galatian people, called them toward freedom producing these kinds of fruits, these kinds of healing lives. We can find the fruit of the...