Can Anyone Withhold?

It's Pastor Cam
Can Anyone Withhold?
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We continue our Easter series called “Questions from Acts.” Each week our reading from Acts will inspire a new question to answer. Our next question in “Can Anyone Withhold?” To find an answer, we take a look at the early church to understand how we change because of the love of Christ.

Our scripture readings come from Acts 10:44-48; 1 John 5:1-6; and John 15:9-17.

Service for 4/28/2024

Rev. Cameron D St.Michael – April 28 2024

Questions from Acts: What Is To Prevent Me?

5th Sunday of Easter

Reading: Acts 8:26-40; 1 John 4:7-21; John 15:1-8.

Reflection: Psalm 16.

Today’s full service can be viewed on YouTube here or below.

Today’s full service text can be viewed, downloaded, or printed here.

You can find our Easter reading plan here.

Included in the PDF is the text of today’s sermon, scripture readings, prayers, the prayer list, and all other service information.

What Is To Prevent Me?

It's Pastor Cam
What Is To Prevent Me?
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We continue our Easter series called “Questions from Acts.” Each week our reading from Acts will inspire a new question to answer. Our next question in “What Is To Prevent Me?”. To find an answer, we take a look at the early church to understand inclusion and exclusion with Christ.

Our scripture readings come from Acts 8:26-40; 1 John 4:7-21; and John 15:1-8.

Service for 1/14/2024

Rev. Cameron D St.Michael – January 14 2024

With the Holy Spirit: Baptized in the Spirit

Baptism of the Lord

Reading: Genesis 1:1-5; Acts 19:1-7; Mark 1:4-11.

Reflection: Psalm 29.

Today’s full service can be viewed on YouTube here or below.

Today’s full service text can be viewed, downloaded, or printed here.

Included in the PDF is the text of today’s sermon, scripture readings, prayers, the prayer list, and all other service information.

There will be no new service next Sunday, I will be on vacation.

Baptized in the Spirit

With the Holy Spirit
Baptized in the Spirit
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We begin a new series called “With the Holy Spirit.” In it, we will spend 4 weeks looking at the role of the Holy Spirit in our lives. Our first message is called “Baptized in the Spirit.” Today we reflect on the baptism of Jesus by John and the role of the Holy Spirit.

Our scripture readings come from Genesis 1:1-5; Acts 19:1-7; and Mark 1:4-11.

I will be on vacation next Sunday, so there will be no new sermon audio.

Service for 1/16/2022

New Year, New Outlook: The Spirit Descends

GreenupCottonwood, & Lerna United Methodist Churches

Rev. Cameron D St.Michael – January 16, 2022

Baptism of the Lord

Reading: Acts 8:14-17; Luke 3:15-17,21-22.

Reflection: Psalm 29.

Today’s full service can be viewed on YouTube here or below.

Today’s full service text can be viewed, downloaded, or printed here.

Included in the PDF is the text of today’s sermon, scripture readings, prayers, the prayer list, and all other service information.

The Spirit Descends

New Year, New Outlook
The Spirit Descends
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We continue our series called “New Year, New Outlook.” Our next message is “The Spirit Descends” and is on the Sunday celebrating the Baptism of the Lord. In it, we explore the meaning of baptism and the Holy Spirit in our lives. A new year calls for reflection on a new outlook.

Our scripture readings come from Acts 8:14-17; Luke 3:15-17,21-22.

Gifts of Christmas: The Spirit

Gifts of Christmas
Gifts of Christmas: The Spirit
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Our Christmas series is Gifts of Christmas. Each week we look at a different gift we can give and receive. The message for today is “The Spirit” and is a look at how the Holy Spirit is a gift. What power do our words have? Why does the truth matter? How can we lift others up? What is the gift that we can give? Christ is the gift of Christmas that keeps on giving.

Our scripture reading for today comes from Mark 1:4-11.

So It Begins

The Story Goes On
So It Begins
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“So It Begins” is the final message in The Story Goes On. We jump forward from an infant Jesus to a grown man. How does Christ begin his ministry? What can it teach us about our own ministry? As long as God is still telling it, the story will go on.

Our scripture reading comes from Matthew 3:13-17.

I’m on vacation, so I’ll be back in two weeks with a 5 part series on following God.

Set Free

Discover Hope
Set Free
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As we near the end of the Easter season, we near the end of Discover Hope. Today’s message is “Set Free” and in it looks at the idea of finding freedom. Revelation gives us an example of perfect freedom, while Acts gives us an example of escaping our bonds. But what responsibility comes with freedom? How do we share our freedom? How do we use it? Join us as we rediscover hope this Easter season!

Our scripture readings come from Acts 16:16-34 and Revelation 22:12-14, 16-17, 20-21.