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The Hardest Command, The Greatest Gift
09/17/2017: Sermon by Rev. Dr. Sarah Halverson-Cano on September 17, 2017. Accompanying scripture is Mathew 18:21-35 and was read by Alonzo Pedrin.
The State of the Worker
09/03/2017: Labor Day sermon by Rev. Dr. Sarah Halverson-Cano on September 3, 2017 with guest speakers Gloria Alvarado, Glynndana Shevlin-Chavez and Cecilia Olivares, accompanying scripture is Deuteronomy 5:13-15 and Isaiah 65:17-25 and was read by Elaina Hurst.
08/27/2017: “Sanctuary!” is the 8th sermon by Rev. Dr. Sarah Halverson-Cano in our summer series: ”Animated Faith” - The scripture is Luke 18:9-14, and was read by Kathleen Gregory. Inspired by the movie, “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” the sermon seeks to find a message for us today! Put on your theological thinking caps!
Drawn to the Light
08/24/2017: “Drawn to the Light” is the 7th sermon by Rev. Dr. Sarah Halverson-Cano in our summer series: ”Animated Faith” - The scripture is from Luke 11:33-36 read by Alonzo Pedrin. Using the Disney film “Tangled” as a focus for this sermon, Rev. Sarah explores the theological implications of the film on our lives.
The Lost Fish
08/17/2017: This is Rev. Dr. Sarah Halverson-Cano’s 6th sermon in our summer series: “Animated Faith.” The scripture, Luke 15:1-24, was read by Layla Guerrero.
Pastoral Response to the acts of Hatred in Charlottesville
08/17/2017: This is Rev. Dr. Sarah Halverson-Cano’s pastoral response to the acts of hatred, violence, and white supremacy which occurred in Charlottesville, Virginia. Following her response is a prayer, written by Seminarian Lauren Grubaugh. ”A Prayer from the Streets of Charlottesville.
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