Current Sermon Series

Under Construction

As we move into our third century as Foundry Church, major changes to our church building will get underway in order to more faithfully be in ministry with and for others. But it is not only our building that is “Under Construction.” Our personal lives of faith, our own discipleship, and the life of the Foundry family itself is always growing, changing—being “remodeled” by life and by the Holy Spirit. This year we endeavor to explore the tensions between “being” and “becoming,” stability and growth, boundaries and inclusion, and more. Our faith affirms that God loves us just as we are—AND loves enough to keep encouraging us to grow into the fullness of who God calls us to be. Join us for this journey as we all try to become a bit more human and as we seek to build true covenant community together.

Pardon Our Dust
New things are emerging at Foundry! With newness comes change and change tends to make a mess. Isn’t that just like life? Join us to explore why living with the “dust” for a while can be not only messy but also full of promise—not just at church, but in our own lives.
    September 20: “Demolition Benefits” Mark 9:30-37
    September 27 – Bible Sunday: “Extreme Makeover” Mark 9:38-50


I Am Foundry: Loving, Serving, Giving

What are the resources we need to be creative, hopeful, and strong? How does sharing what we have contribute to building a meaningful life and a vibrant community? We all receive gifts and graces from life together. All of us also bring skills, energies, insights, and material resources to the work of life together. During this series, we will consider what it might mean for God to use our lives as the building blocks for creating something powerful and new (1 Peter 2:4-5).

October 4 – World Communion: “Being and Becoming”  1 Peter 2:4-5, Mark 10:13-16
October 11: “Used”  1 Peter 2:4-5, Mark 10:17-31
October 18 – State of the Church: “Loving, Serving, Giving”  1 Peter 2:4-5, Mark 10:35-45
October 25 – Consecration: “Living Stones”  1 Peter 2:4-5, Mark 10:46-52