Joy of Advent

Christmas Feelings
Joy of Advent
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We continue our Advent and Christmas series called “Christmas Feelings.” In it, we will be looking at the familiar feelings that Christmas brings. Our next message is called “Joy of Advent.” We reflect on the feelings of joy that we get as we prepare our hearts for the miracle of Christmas.

Our scripture readings come from Isaiah 61:1-4, 8-11; 1 Thessalonians 5:16-24; and John 1:6-8, 19-28.

Service for 12/10/2023

Rev. Cameron D St.Michael – December 10, 2023

Christmas Feelings: Peace of Advent

2nd Sunday of Advent

Reading: Isaiah 40:1-11; 2 Peter 3:8-15a; Mark 1:1-8.

Reflection: Psalm 85.

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.

Peace of Advent

Christmas Feelings
Peace of Advent
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We continue our Advent and Christmas series called “Christmas Feelings.” In it, we will be looking at the familiar feelings that Christmas brings. Our next message is called “Peace of Advent.” We reflect on the feelings of peace that we get as we prepare our hearts for the miracle of Christmas.

Our scripture readings come from Isaiah 40:1-11; 2 Peter 3:8-15a; and Mark 1:1-8.

Hope of Advent

Christmas Feelings
Hope of Advent
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We begin our Advent and Christmas series called “Christmas Feelings.” In it, we will be looking at the familiar feelings that Christmas brings. Our first message is called “Hope of Advent.” We remember the feeling of hope that we get as we prepare our hearts for the miracle of Christmas.

Our scripture readings come from Isaiah 64:1-9; 1 Corinthians 1:3-9; and Mark 13:24-37.

Service for 10/3/2021

Parables of Jesus: Think Carefully

GreenupCottonwood, & Lerna United Methodist Churches

Rev. Cameron D St.Michael – October 3, 2021

19th Sunday After Pentecost

Reading:  Luke 16:1-13 .

Reflection: Psalm 99.

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.

Next week we will look at Luke 15:11-24 and explores a son who lost his way by wandering.

Service for 12/6/2020

Hope is Born: Preparing

GreenupCottonwood, & Lerna United Methodist Churches

Rev. Cameron D St.Michael – December 6, 2020

2nd Sunday of Advent

Readings: Isaiah 40:1-11; 2 Peter 3:8-15a; Mark 1:1-8.

Reflection: Psalm 85:1-2, 8-13

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.

Hope is Born: Preparing

Hope is Born
Hope is Born: Preparing
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Our Advent series is Hope is Born. Each week we look at a different aspect of how we prepare ourselves for hope. The message for today is “Preparing” and is a look what it means to prepare for hope. How does one prepare for hope? In a year full of turmoil what can we do to prepare for hope? What are we preparing for? Where is our hope? We prepare our hearts to receive the hope that was born on Christmas Day.

Our scripture readings for today come from Isaiah 40:1-11; 2 Peter 3:8-15a; and Mark 1:1-8.

Child of Peace

Advent Children
Child of Peace
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“Child of Peace” is our last Sunday in Advent Children. As we look to Christmas we ask a difficult question. How does one prepare for peace? What does peace mean to us? How do we share peace? We experience the advent of Christ as a child of God.

Our scripture reading comes from Micah 5:2-5a.

Child of Promise

Advent Children
Child of Promise



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We start our Advent series today. “Child of Promise” is the first sermon in the Advent Children series. How do we see God’s promise in Jeremiah? Is it about the birth of the Messiah? Jesus in our lives today? Christ yet to come? Or is it all those things? We experience the advent of Christ as a child of God.

Our scripture reading comes from Jeremiah 33:14-16.

Get to the Wilderness

Act with Christ
Get to the Wilderness



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Our Lenten series is Act with Christ, and our first message in this series is “Get to the Wilderness.” Today we hear The familiar story of Christ’s baptism and temptation in the wilderness. But that was Jesus doing in the wilderness? How do we prepare ourselves for ministry? Let us prepare our hearts to Act with Christ.

Our scripture reading comes from Mark 1:9-15.