Shared worship with United Methodists from across Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.
Rev. Dr. David D. M. King Easter SundayMark 16:1-8 We have four different official accounts of the Easter story, one in each of the four gospels: Mark, Matthew, Luke, and John. The version you’ve heard the most often is from John. It’s actually the last of the four. My favorite, though, is the earliest one, … [Read more…]
Rev. Dr. David D. M. King The Fifth Sunday in LentJeremiah 31:31-34 I will make a new covenant with you, says the Lord. Not like the old covenant—a covenant which you broke. I will put my law in you, write it on your hearts; I will be your God, and you will be my people. … [Read more…]
Rev. Dr. David D. M. King The Fourth Sunday in LentNumbers 21:4-9; John 3:14-21 We just heard, from the Gospel of John, probably the most well-known passage in the New Testament. “For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him may not perish but may … [Read more…]
Rev. Dr. David D. M. King The Third Sunday in Lent1 Corinthians 1:18-31 The Apostle Paul has been busy, traveling across the known world spreading the good news of new life in Jesus Christ. And it hasn’t been an easy business. No matter where he goes, Paul finds opposition. Many of his fellow Jews think … [Read more…]
Rev. Dr. David D. M. King The Second Sunday in LentMark 8:31-38 Last week we heard a story from the Gospel of Mark about Jesus and his identity. The gospel lesson this morning comes right after that key scene. Jesus asks his disciples who people say that he is. And the disciples report to him … [Read more…]
Rev. Dr. David D. M. King The First Sunday in LentGenesis 9:8-17; 1 Peter 3:18-22; Mark 1:9-15 Forty days. It comes up over and over again in the Bible. Noah and his family endured forty days and forty nights of rain in the ark. Moses spent forty days on the mountain with God. Goliath challenged … [Read more…]
Pastor David is available to impose ashes in the church parking lot 12:15-12:45 and 5:15-5:45. Enter from the Cedar Street entrance.