Sermons by Pastor Christian Schweter

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Ninth Sunday after Pentecost – July 25, 2021


The story of a potluck gone wrong, ends with a lot of people, nourished and satisfied, physically and spiritually. Imagine what Jesus could do today with the small things we bring to him with thanksgiving and gratitude? Enjoy watching this live recording. It is so much better in person. If you enjoyed it, come by […]

Eighth Sunday after Pentecost – July 18, 2021


Today’s worship service is all about Christ’s compassion and care. It is true, Jesus Christ cares for you and all people, their needs, their sorrows, and their joys. Allow Christ to take you by your hand, and share your happiness and sadness with him. As always, some great music as well. Thanks to all who […]

Seventh Sunday after Pentecost – July 11, 2021


Do you like it when others tell you the truth? Yes? Wow. I don’t. At least not when the truth is scratching my self-image. Herod and his wife didn’t like to hear the truth either. How do we react to an uncomfortable truth, personally and in our society? In accepting the truth about ourselves we […]

Third Sunday after Pentecost – June 13, 2021


Do you like weeds (no, not weed, weedssss)? No? Do you like God? I hope. Well, Jesus compares God’s presence in this world with a tenacious weed: Mustard. Now to figure out how God’s presence and weed go together. Enjoy the recording of the worship service that took place June 13, 2021. We are still […]

Second Sunday after Pentecost – June 6, 2021

A house divided against itself cannot stand. Jesus makes this observation in light of charges that he is possessed. He is possessed, not by a demon, but by the Holy Spirit. We who have received the Holy Spirit through baptism have been joined to Christ’s death and resurrection and knit together in the body of […]

Holy Trinity – May 30, 2021

The Sunday of the Holy Trinity refers to a Christian understanding of God, who is One, but whom we meet in three distinct persons: Creator, Savior, and Spirit (or more traditional as Father, Son and Holy Spirit). Christians believe in a God of love. And love can only exist when there is relationship between two […]

Seventh Sunday after Easter – May 16, 2021

Before he was arrested, Jesus prayed for his disciples and for all who would come to believe in him in the future, aka us as well. The focus of his prayer is “unity”. Unity is not a warm fuzzy feeling towards each other, but mutual respect and a frank openness to share and listen with […]