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Sermons by Rev. Chris Mereschuk

“Convictions of Conscience” – – Rev. Mereschuk – – September 17, 2017

“Convictions of Conscience” Romans 14:1-12 Rev. Chris Mereschuk September 17, 2017 What does it mean to be a Christian? What does a Christian believe? How does a Christian act in the world and live out those beliefs? Of the estimated 300 different Christian traditions producing roughly 30,000 denominations and organizations composed of well over 3,000,000 faith communities – – which one is…

“Community and Covenant” – – Rev. Mereschuk – – September 10, 2017

Community and Covenant Matthew 18:15-20 (The Message) Rev. Chris Mereschuk September 10, 2017 “I’ve gotta lotta problems with you people – – now you’re gonna hear about it!” So begins the “Airing of Grievances” ritual of Festivus: the anti-holiday created by an exasperated and irreparably jaded Frank Costanza on that now-classic TV show, Seinfeld. Gathering family and loved ones around the dinner…

“Harboring Hope” – – Rev. Mereschuk – – August 27, 2017

“Harboring Hope” Selections from Exodus 1:8-2:10 Rev. Chris Mereschuk August 27, 2017 “Now a new king arose over Egypt, who did not know Joseph. He said to his people, “Look, the Israelite people are more numerous and more powerful than we. Come, let us deal shrewdly with them, or they will increase and, in the event of war, join our enemies and fight against…

“Watch Your Mouth!” – – Rev. Mereschuk – – August 20, 2017

“Watch Your Mouth” Matthew 15:10-20 Rev. Chris Mereschuk August 20, 2017 Prayer… “Dad, I have to tell you something” she said cautiously as I tucked her in to bed. “Yes honey, what is it?” “I…I know some bad words.” “OK. What do you know?” “I know the H Word, the A Word, and the D Word.” While well-versed in so-called “bad words”…

“Get Out of the Boat” – – Rev. Mereschuk – – August 13, 2017

“Get Out of the Boat” Matthew 14:22-33 Rev. Chris Mereschuk August 13, 2017 Note: This sermon was written early in the morning of Sunday, August 13th in response to the white supremacist violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. The words below should be viewed more as an outline and not a full manuscript. Please listen to the sermon podcast on our website for the…