Jesus Manifesto: Love Your Enemies

In a fresh interpretation of this well known passage, Rev. Timothy Lloyd argues that a true loving of our enemies calls for a creative resistance to unjust and unmerciful practices. By following the literal instructions of Jesus, the crowd would have not fought back, but rather allowed the injustice to shine clearly. What would it […]

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Rev. Timothy Lloyd continues in the series on the Jesus Manifesto (the Sermon on the Mount) by exploring the difficult teachings of Matthew 5:21-37, a text that is requiring us to really look into our hearts and see where action might be required in our lives. Sermon: Rev. Timothy Lloyd Art: Abby Norman

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Jesus Manifesto: Salt and Light

Rev. TIm Lloyd likes salt. He explains the significance of salt in the biblical times and the call to the church to maintain or saltiness. Congregant Blair Glass testifies to one way she is doing that in our community. Artist: Traci Paz Hudgins

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The Jesus Manifesto: The Beattitudes

The Beatitudes are something that many christians are very familiar with, but do people really here it? The beatitudes are a radical flipping of the Kingdom, a beautiful portrait of a thought process that could only have come from God. Sermon: Rev. Timothy Lloyd Art: Tim Elerston  

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The Jesus Manifesto: An introduction

Tim Lloyd continues the journey through the lectionary as we continue as a church through the year.This introduces the Sermon on the Mount, or as we are calling it, the Jesus Manifesto. Sermon: Rev. Tim Lloyd Art: Tim Elerston

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Remembering Our Baptism

We discuss Jesus’ baptism and how the Lord continually invites us into a place of becoming known and becoming new. Sermon: Timothy Lloyd Art: Suzanne Willingham

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Christmas Eve Sermon

Rev. Tim Lloyd reflects on the miracle of God with us through the traditional Christmas story and also the wonder of John 1. Sermon: Tim Lloyd Artis: Abby Norman  

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