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January 2, 2022 - Second Sunday of Christmas

     Today's message, "God's Plan," is based on Ephesians 1:11. Reverend Rayment discusses predestination, and why theology matters.  Today's service includes ordination and installation of elders and deacons.  Communion will be shared following the sermon.  Click HERE for today's service on YouTube.

January 9, 2022 - Baptism of the Lord Sunday

     Based on the story of the Baptism of Jesus in the Gospel of Luke (3:15-17, 21-22), Reverend Rayment discusses what it means to be baptized with fire.  This service also includes installation of two elders, class of 2024.  HERE is the link to this service.

January 16, 2022 - Second Sunday after Epiphany

     Based on John 2:1-11, Reverend Rayment talks about the significance of the first miracle that Jesus performs in the Gospel of John--turning water into wine at the wedding in Cana.  Click HERE to see this service on YouTube.

January 23, 2022  - Third Sunday after Epiphany

     After reading several selections from Nehemiah (Ch. 8, Verses 1-3, 6-7, and 8-10) Rev. Rayment shares his message, "Learning to Read," in which he discusses how we should learn to read the Bible.  Click HERE to view today's message.

January 30, 2022 - Fourth Sunday after Epiphany

     In today's sermon, "When I was a Child", Reverend Rayment discusses 1 Corinthians 13:8-13 in the context of maturing in our Christian faith.  This chapter is often called the "Love Chapter" of the Bible.  To view the entire service on YouTube, click HERE.

February 6, 2022 - Fifth Sunday after Epiphany

     Based on reading s from Isaiah 6:1-8, Rev. Rayment's message addresses our call as Christians and remembers the many who have moved to other places and new callings.  Following the sermon, we will celebrate communion.  If you wish to participate, please have juice (or wine) and bread (or a cracker) ready.  Click HERE for today's service on YouTube.  

February 13, 2022 - Sixth Sunday after Epiphany

     Today's sermon, "Picking Your Team," is shared by Elder Scott Edgar, standing in for Rev. Rayment.  The message is based on Luke 6:17-26, and discusses how Jesus chose his team of disciples and how we choose our own associations.  Click HERE for the complete service.

February 20, 2022 - Seventh Sunday after Epiphany

Based on Luke 6:37-38, Reverend Rayment discusses how we treat each other and the source of our giving Spirit in today's message, "A Good Measure".  To view today's complete service, click HERE.

February 27, 2022 - Transfiguration of the Lord

In today's message, based on Luke 9:28-36, Reverend Rayment discusses Peter's proposal to build shelters for Jesus, Moses, and Elijah at the Transfiguration in the context of his day, and what the incident on the mountain means for the modern church. To view the service on YouTube, click HERE.

March 13, 2022 - Second Sunday in Lent

This week's message, "Abundance of Grace," is based on Mark 8:31-38.  Reverend Rayment discusses the Grace of God in the context of Lent and planting a garden.  Today's service is available on YouTube by clicking HERE.  

March 27, 2022 - Fourth Sunday in Lent

The role of light in gardening and in our spiritual lives is the topic of Rev. Rayment's message. "The Light of the World"  is based on Genesis 1:1-5 and John 3:16-21.  To view the service, click HERE.  Our midweek Lenten series continues on Wednesday with worship at 5, followed by a simple soup and bread supper.  Join us! 

April 10, 2022 - PALM SUNDAY

John 12:12-19 serves as the basis for today's sermon, during which Rev. Rayment talks about yucca plants and what they have to do with the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem as we begin Holy Week.  Click HERE to view the entire service.


Today's message, "Locked Doors," is based on John 20:19-31. Rev. Rayment discusses how we hide behind locked doors to keep others out, but Jesus and the Body of Christ cross barriers to bring peace and joy.  To access the complete service, click HERE.


Acts 9:36-43 is the basis of today's message, "Faith in Others," which is shared by Elder Scott Edgar.  Pastor Rayment is on vacation this week.  Peter's reanimation of Tabitha is discussed.  The complete service may be seen by clicking HERE.

March 6, 2022 - First Sunday in Lent

Our recorded service is not available this week, due to unforeseen circumstances.  We anticipate it will return next week.  Communion will be celebrated again on April 3.  Feel free to attend our mid-week Lenten service on Wednesday at 5:00 PM.

March 20, 2022 - Third Sunday in Lent

Today's message, "The Unwatered Garden," is based on John 4:5-10, when Jesus speaks to the woman at the well in Samaria.   The sermon, using the garden as a metaphor, discusses how important it is to tend the gardens that are our souls.  Click HERE to view the entire service:  prayers, readings from scripture, a hymn, and the sermon.  

April 3, 2022 - Fifth Sunday in Lent

In today's message, "A New Thing," based on Isaiah 43:16-21, Rev Rayment talks about how God makes a path for us.  We will share communion near the end of our time together.  If you wish to participate, please have juice (or wine) and bread (or a cracker) ready.  To view our complete service, click HERE.

April 17, 2022 - EASTER

Today's sermon, "Sharing the Abundance," is based on Luke 24:1-12.  Rev. Rayment discusses God's Abundant Love in the context of God's forgiveness as well as in the blackberry brambles and how we should be sharing, especially the things we have in abundance.  To view the complete service, click HERE.


The Easter Season continues. This week’s sermon, "Second Chances," is based on John 21:1-19. Reverend Rayment talks about Peter’s denial of Christ and compares it with the final meeting, in the Gospel of John, of Christ with the Apostles on the shores of the Sea of Galilee.  To join us for the complete service, click HERE.


Today's message, "Making Everything New," is based on Revelation 21:1-6, which speaks of the new heaven and new earth coming together at the end of time.  Rev. Rayment contextualizes this for our own time and our own lives.  To view the complete recorded service, click HERE.