'Where are you?' Learning our place
1 Thessalonians 2:17-3:5
We talk about having faith, but what does that really mean?
The Rev. Paula Isgrig was with us while Pastor Mark was away.
1 Samuel 7:1-12
What are the Ebenezers in our lives and how can we use them to sustain our faith?
Why is forgiveness so important?
Is there a sin that is unforgiveable?
Pastor Mark's sermon based on questions and suggestions from our congregation
Westminster welcomed back the Rev. Richard Morris, H.R. to the pulpit .
Cara is a teacher, writer, researcher, and spinal cord injury survivor. She graduated with her M.A. in Classics from KU in 2012 and received her Ph.D. in Classics this past May at Yale University. She is the daughter of David and Kathryn Polsley. She co-founded Cordical LC to help develop technology for others with similar injuries and is the author of the blog, 'Thinking Upright'.
'Feeding the Soul'
We are grateful to the Rev. Dr. Lonnie Lee, H.R. for leading our Worship Service while Pastor Mark was leading the Heartland Presbyterian Grandparent Camp
John 14:15-31 and Romans 8:14-17
The Holy Spirit is our wireless connection to God
Jesus is not just the Son of God, He is the very essence of God, the Word spoken
We welcomed 'home' the Reverend Henry Roberts, H.R. who served Westminster for 28 years. It was wonderful to have Pastor Henry and his lovely wife, Kerstin with us once again.
1 Corinthians 12:1, 4-14
The Holy Spirit gives each of us gifts that we are called to use in ministry. Paul teaches us that we are to use our unique and individually given gifts together the same way a body works together. We cannot do this alone, but only through the presence of the Holy Spirit.
John 14:15-18 and 25-27
Jesus promises us that we will never be alone. The Holy Spirit will come. Through the words of Jesus, we are assured that we are never alone, but that God is with us, through the Holy Spirit who lives with us and within us.
Genesis 1:1-2 and 26-27
We begin our series, 'The Holy Who', looking at the Holy Spirit in the creation story and then ask the question, 'What is formless, void, and dark in your life?"
'The early bird gets the worm and good things come to those who wait'
A familiar story, but what if we look at it from the stone's perspective?