Each Sunday at Peachtree Road UMC, we gather together to worship. Some of us come searching for inspiration, some for comfort, some come to see old friends. Oftentimes we find what we are searching for in the words of a sermon. If you are in the Atlanta area, we cordially invite you to join us on Sunday. For information on our program and events, please visit our website at www.prumc.org.
The Mt Pleasant First United Methodist Church Sermon podcast endeavors to bring to our listeners the gospel of Jesus Christ. We believe that when Christ's life, death, resurrection, and intercession are uplifted, it will change lives and make disciples for the transformation of the world.
Vista Ridge United Methodist Church (VRUMC) is located in Lewisville, Texas (Dallas Area). Vista Ridge United Methodist Church is a vibrant, diverse, spiritually-transforming congregation sharing the love of God with local and global communities through mission and service and living out its Christian mandate to make other disciples.
The Free Methodist Church of Santa Barbara offers a uniquely diversified program designed to meet the needs of its community. Worship is a unique blend of music, study and prayer. Please feel free to visit our website, located at http://www.fmcsb.org.
Capitol Hill United Methodist Church ... to be the heart of God in the community. This podcast features the weekly sermon, usually presented by our pastor, Rev. Alisa Lasater Wailoo. CHUMC is located at 5th Street and Pennsylvania Ave SE, Washington, DC. We embrace as a gift the diversity of our neighborhood and the world. We celebrate our human family's diversity of sexual orientation, gender identity, race, ethnicity, age, faith history, economic status, marital status, physical and mental ability, and education. We affirm that all people are created in the image of God and as beloved children of God, all are worthy of God's love and grace. -- We welcome the full inclusion of all people in the life and ministries of Capitol Hill United Methodist Church as we journey toward reconciliation through Christ. We recognize that there are differences among us, but believe that we can love alike even though we may not think alike. We proclaim this statement of welcome to all who have known the pain of exclusion or discrimination in the church or in society. We invite all people to join us in our faith journey toward greater love, understanding, and mutual respect.
We believe that every human being is a beloved child of God. We believe that each human being is on a journey toward God, with God. We freely admit that we do not have all the answers. We believe that Jesus points the way.
First United Methodist Church stands at the heart of downtown Baton Rouge as an anchor of stability for many of the people of our great city. Since 1834, First Church has been a place to worship God, to learn the story of God's love, to grow as disciples of Jesus Christ, and to serve the larger community. First Church is a place with open hearts, open minds and open doors, where people at all stages of their faith journey can feel comfortable and grow in discipleship.
The latest recorded sermons and other audio broadcasts from Marion First United Methodist Church located in Marion, Iowa. Listen in and hear Gospel centered messages, fulfilling our vision of winning souls and nurturing them for the Kingdom of Christ.
First United Methodist Church is located in historic downtown Pensacola. Established in 1821, First Methodist is the oldest Methodist church in Florida and the oldest protestant church in Pensacola. Dr. Wesley H. Wachob is the Senior Minister of First United Methodist Church in Pensacola, Florida. Prior to his present position he was the Sr. Pastor of the Glenn Memorial United Methodist Church on the campus of Emory University, where he also taught in the Candler School of Theology. Among Dr. Wachob's publications are The Voice of Jesus in the Social Rhetoric of James (Cambridge University Press), and contributions to The Anchor Bible Dictionary, Authenticating the Words of Jesus, and Fabrics of Discourse.
Memorial United Methodist Church is located in the Upstate just east of Greenville in historic downtown Greer, South Carolina. We are a fellowship of people offering help, hope and home to 600 members and frequent visitors.
Sermons from Aldersgate United Methodist Church, a member of the Kansas West Conference, located in northwest Wichita, Kansas. You can use the search box at the top of the page to search for sermons by title or date (please use the format mm-dd-yyyy).
Click here to have this podcast delivered to you weekly via iTunes Held every week in Trinity Hall at Christ United Methodist Church at the Plano Campus, Table of Grace offers a modern worship community that strives to create an authentic worship experience through radical hospitality, meaningful music, engaging sermons and deep spiritual friendships. If you don't see the sermon you are looking for, just let us know! We keep an extensive back catalog and we are able to provide you a copy of older services. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
This podcast is the weekly sermon from Sundays worship service. Mt. Zion United Methodist Church welcomes all persons to its services. Since 1827, the people of Mt. Zion United Methodist Church have sought to be Gods people so that God might be a part of the community in which we live. We believe that the heart of the community has been, is, and shall be, the Church. Because of that belief, Mt. Zion United Methodist Church welcomes all people in search of Gods teaching who desire a spiritual home. Our intention is to build upon our great heritage of service to our community and world by realizing an even greater vision for the future.
Pastor John Fleming delivers the message "Reading the Signs, Part One: "Hope"" Scripture: Luke 21:25-31 var so = new SWFObject('http://www.gracesherman.org/storage/jwplayer/player.swf','mpl','250','24','9'); so.addParam('allowfullscreen','false'); so.addParam('allowscriptaccess','always'); so.addParam('wmode','opaque'); so.addVariable('file','/storage/podcasts/151129_hope.mp3'); so.addVariable('backcolor','9e8c5a'); so.addVariable('frontcolor','FFFFFF'); so.write('mediaspace229');
Weekly messages from First United Methodist Church Heber Springs, Arkansas
Black Friday - the day people make a mad dash for the malls to save on Christmas shopping. Have you done the Black Friday rush? I've never braved the crowds personally, but I do have such a shopper in my extended family. She scans the coupon inserts in the paper for weeks. So, by Black Friday, she is ready with a plan of attack; and when she arrives at the mall in the wee hours of the morning, she knows exactly what she is looking for at each store. As Christians, are we ready for Advent, the four weeks preparing us for the gift of Christ? Do we know what we are looking for as we await the coming of the Messiah? What would a true Savior look like? Thankfully, God gave us the prophets of the Old Testament to give us a hint. Specifically, Isaiah tells us the Messiah will be the "Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, and Prince of Peace." So, each week, we will explore one of these titles through two prophetic passages (Isaiah 40:1-11 and Isaiah 9:6) and the words and m ...
Sunday Sermons from Rolling Plains Church, Zanesville OH
Pastor John Fleming delivers the message "King of Kings" Scripture: John 18:33-37 var so = new SWFObject('http://www.gracesherman.org/storage/jwplayer/player.swf','mpl','250','24','9'); so.addParam('allowfullscreen','false'); so.addParam('allowscriptaccess','always'); so.addParam('wmode','opaque'); so.addVariable('file','/storage/podcasts/151122_king_of_kings.mp3'); so.addVariable('backcolor','9e8c5a'); so.addVariable('frontcolor','FFFFFF'); so.write('mediaspace228');
“All of who you are” is welcome here. I am so grateful to serve a church where ALL MEANS ALL! We have lawmakers sitting next to individuals on parole, 98 year-olds holding infants, staunch conservatives with self-proclaimed leftists, and we are across the spectrums of class, race and sexual identity. And so our new welcome song proclaims, “We welcome all, we welcome all, we welcome you!” And that is wonderfully true…but there is more. We do not only welcome all people but we welcome ALL of each person, be that those qualities that give us pride or those for which we are ashamed. Why? Because God can redeem and use all things for God’s good. One way, Jesus showed he treasured, valued and redeemed people was by consistently inviting them to serve and give and become a part of his work in the world. And when people did so, they were changed. So this Sunday we too will ask you, as you are ready, to prayerfully commit to both ways you can serve and give in the year to come. Hopefully yo ...
Pastor John Fleming delivers the message "It's a Long Story" Scripture: Mark 12:38-44 var so = new SWFObject('http://www.gracesherman.org/storage/jwplayer/player.swf','mpl','250','24','9'); so.addParam('allowfullscreen','false'); so.addParam('allowscriptaccess','always'); so.addParam('wmode','opaque'); so.addVariable('file','/storage/podcasts/151115_long_story.mp3'); so.addVariable('backcolor','9e8c5a'); so.addVariable('frontcolor','FFFFFF'); so.write('mediaspace227');