Current Sermon Series
April-May Sermon Series:
Every living thing needs sustenance. Without it, life becomes weak, dry and incapable of survival. Sometimes, external conditions create a crisis, making it difficult to access what is needed to survive. For many people, this moment in our nation’s history has created a very challenging environment. The need to remain awake, vigilant and responsive in our advocacy and service is exhausting. In order to be faithful, we simply must find ways to nourish our witness, to fuel our activity, to feed body and soul in ways that help us not only survive, but thrive. Over the course of this sermon series, we will explore topics and practices that provide sustenance for both the daily grind and the long haul. Join us for some “Soul Food!”
April 23: Psalm 126, Genesis 18:1-2, 9-15 “Carbonated Holiness”
April 30: Psalm 19:1-6, Job 12:7-10, “The Way the World Is”
May 7: Proverbs 15:28-33, Habakkuk 2:18-20, “News and Views”
May 14: Psalm 149:1-4, John 2:1-11, “The Sacred Sommelier," Guest Preacher: MaryAnn McKibben Dana
May 21: Proverbs 12:26, Ecclesiastes 4:7-11, “Keep Warm”
May 28: Psalm 37: 3-7, 23-24, 39-40, Romans 12:9-18, “Between Rest & Stillness,” Pastor Dawn M. Hand preaching
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2016-2017 Year Theme:
“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.