Current Sermon Series
“You will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.”
– Jesus (Acts 1:8)
“Witness” means many things. It is something we do—we witness things that happen. It is something we share—we speak of what we have seen or experienced. It is something we are—we are witnesses. What do people see when they look at us? What do they see when they look at our church? What kind of witness do we share and embody? This year Foundry will explore and practice our call to be Christ’s witnesses, to look for Spirit’s activity in all areas of our lives, and to seek deeper integration of our words and actions. In this challenging time of transition and uncertainty in the history of our denomination and our nation, the call to see Christ and share Christ and be more like Christ as persons and as a congregation seems particularly urgent. What is next for Foundry? WITNESS.
Prophesy! – Advent
In this season of anticipation, we hope in God’s promise of a world restored. Prophecy is the work and words of those who point to that promise—even when it seems absurd. Jesus is both a fulfillment of prophecy and a prophet of what is to come. In the course of these holy days, we will consider how we participate in prophetic witness in our lives and as a congregation.
November 27 – Advent 1 (Student Day Offering)
Isaiah 2:1-5, Matthew 24:36-44 “The Past is Present”
December 4 – Advent 2
Isaiah 11:1-10, Matthew 3:1-12 “Beautiful Broken World”
December 11 – Advent 3 – Music Special
Isaiah 35:1-10, Matthew 11:2-11 “Imagine”
December 18 – Advent 4 – Christmas Pageant
Isaiah 7:10-16, Matthew 1:18-25 “Acting Out”
December 21 – Longest Night
December 24 – Christmas Eve - "Wonder, Love, and Praise"
December 25 – 1 Service at 10:00 AM- "The Word Made Flesh"