Living Biblically – Live Thankfully

Living Biblically – Live Thankfully

Steve Lindsley (1 Thessalonians 5: 12-24) On this Sunday after the Fourth of July, there is another national holiday I have on my mind.  Thanksgiving, of all things.  A particular Thanksgiving. The family is all gathered around the table; four generations strong.  It...
A God We Can Know

A God We Can Know

Rebekah Hutto (John 6: 30-42) Although I haven’t spent much time in there lately, if I walked you into my office right now, you would see one whole bookcase overflowing with children’s religious picture books. Because my mom is an early-childhood educator, my love for...
Senior Homilies

Senior Homilies

June 21, 2020 LOUISA BYNUM Good morning, I’m Louisa Bynum.  I’m gonna be honest, when I was approached by Steve and Rebecca about doing a senior homily, my initial thought was no. My entire family including grandparents, aunts, and uncles have been members here...
Laughter And Hope Under The Oaks

Laughter And Hope Under The Oaks

Rebekah McLeod Hutto (Genesis 18:1-15, 21:1-7; Romans 5:1-8) Soon after it was published, I read a book of stories by one of my clergy friends from Duke Divinity School, Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove. Jonathan and his wife Leah live together with their neighbors in an...
Sleeping On Stones

Sleeping On Stones

(If you would like to watch our online worship service in its entirety, click HERE.) Steve Lindsley (Genesis 28: 10-19a) When I was six years old my grandmother on my father’s side – “Granny,” as we called her – married Dave, a wonderful man from Pennsylvania. For a...
Connecting With Our Church Family – All Together

Connecting With Our Church Family – All Together

(If you would like to watch our online worship service in its entirety, click HERE.)Steve Lindsley (Acts 2: 1-14a, 40-42, 47) If it feels like Pentecost has come back around a little sooner than normal, it’s probably because I preached on Pentecost last September. ...