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14 Aug 16 Sermon David Roan - What's So Special?
August 23, 2016 11:39 AM PDT7 Aug 16 Sermon William Kirkwood Seeking Wisdom Part II
August 23, 2016 11:04 AM PDT
With Special Music by Loretta Bower accompanied by Roddy Bird.31 Jul 16 Sermon William Kirkwood - Wisdom
August 23, 2016 10:38 AM PDT
7 Aug 16 Sermon William Kirkwood "Seeking Wisdom Part II"
August 21, 2016 08:26 PM PDT
Featuring Loretta Bower and Roddy Bird (Prelude, Anthem, Offertory & Postlude)21 Aug 16 Sermon Bill Kirkwood "Within Us and Beyond Us"
August 21, 2016 06:36 PM PDTA Hearing Heart
July 29, 2015 02:12 PM PDT
What we wish most to know, most desire, remains unknowable and lies beyond our grasp. Thus, as the meaning-seeking, meaning-creating species, we depend on the image which arises out of depth encounters. This image, as we have seen, is not itself divine, though it carries and is animated by the eternal exchange of that energy which we may call divine. The husk which such energy inhabits is perishable, as we know our own bodies to be. While we would understandably cling to that husk, be it this body, or this ego-concept, or this god, we would be better served trying to hold the ocean in our hands.
What's In You?
July 16, 2015 03:48 PM PDT
The Sermon for July 12, 2015 by Transitional Minister, Dr. Bill Lindeman.Transformed
July 16, 2015 03:45 PM PDT
The July 5th Sermon from Transitional Minister, Dr. Bill Lindeman.You Know the Way
June 30, 2015 01:32 PM PDT
Dr. Bill Lindeman's sermon for June 28, 2015 helps us find our way through John 14:1-7.Bouncing Paper Towels in the Driveway
June 23, 2015 03:44 PM PDT
Dr. Bill Lindeman's sermon this morning is about foundations, about building up the body of Christ through our actions.
First Presbyterian Church invites you to become a part of our fellowship as we worship God and serve others in the spirit of Jesus Christ. With a commitment to achieving a just and peaceful world community our congregation welcomes those of every age, gender, sexual orientation, race and ethnic identity. OUR MISSION STATEMENT: With joyful hearts and open minds, we welcome all persons as diverse, unique, and individual expressions of the image of God as we: • Affirm the unconditional love of God for all people as expressed in the life of Jesus Christ. • Celebrate God’s grace and creative work through ritual, sacrament, music, art, movement, and play. • Honor our Christian heritage while we explore the knowledge and wisdom of multiple religions, science, philosophy, humanities and psychology to deepen and enrich our spiritual journeys. • Nurture one another through fellowship and compassion in a community that seeks to offer wholeness. • Embody our faith through local ministries and in actions that promote environmental sustainability, peace, and justice for all people and Earth. In awe and gratitude for the Divine Mystery that dwells within each of us and pervades our Universe, we seek to create a Christian community that honors our past, is vitally connected to our present, and looks with hope and vision to the generations after us.
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