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St. Paul is a congregation in Davenport, Iowa.

St. Paul Lutheran


    • Dec 7, 2021 LATEST EPISODE
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    Second Sunday of Advent, Worship: 12.5.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 26:31


    Katy Warren preaches on the first chapter of the gospel of Luke and the song Zechariah sings just days after his son John was born. Pastor Warren reflects on Brahms Lullaby and the constant hope for renewed life and a hope for the future even during struggles and difficult times. The names two realities: Life is hard, death is an ever-present reality and you will be surrounded by the tender mercy of God. While life is challenging, it is beautiful and God is present in the midst of it all. Prepare the Royal HighwayText: Frans Mikael Franzén; tr. Lutheran Book of Worship; Music: Swedish folk tune, 17th cent.; Text © 1978 Lutheran Book of Worship, admin. Augsburg Fortress. Used by permission under OneLicense #A-710534. All rights reserved.Candle In the DarkWords & Music by William Campbell © 2020 William Campbell Music. Used with permission.


    First Sunday of Advent, Worship: 11.28.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 27:32

    Peter W. Marty preaches on the first Sunday of Advent. Be on your guard so you aren't avoiding or wasting your true purpose. Stand tall, keep your head up, stay engaged with all of the messy activities of life. The proper response in anxious times of disaster, Jesus says, is to keep your head high, stand up, and go about living, to keep loving God and your neighbor as much as yourself. Christian people see and rejoice in endless hope.  Creator of the Stars of NightConditor Alme Siderum, Latin Hymn, 9th Century, Arranged by Bill Campbell, 2020

    Reign of Christ, Worship: 11.21.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 22:06

    Katy Warren preaches on the celebration of the final Sunday in the church calendar, the Sunday prior to the beginning of Advent. It is a day of reflection on the reign of God in our lives. “My kingdom is not of this world.” God's presence shapes who we are and how we behave in this world because it is God who reigns in our hearts. Shine Down on MeWords & Music by Maria Christianson, Margaret Davis, Chris O'Brien, and Carrie Petrillo. © 1995 Universal Music - Brentwood Benson Publishing. Used with permission. CCLI License #2900188

    Joy Sunday, Worship: 11.14.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 26:56

    Peter W. Marty preaches about grace. Consider your life during the sermon, what good luck and breaks have you had in your life? The good fortune and chance blessings that are part of your experience? While there may be bad luck and misfortune in your life, there are ample blessings that come your way. When we focus on the positive aspects of our lives, we tend to underestimate the role of luck and blessings, the unmerited blessings that come into our lives. Gratitude is one of the finest feelings in life. “By the grace of God, I am what I am.”Now Thank We All Our GodText: Martin Rinkhart; tr. Catherine Winkworth. Music: Johann Crüger. Arr. © 2006 Augsburg Fortress. Used by permission under OneLicense #A-710534. All rights reserved.Woke Up This MorningText and Music: African American Spiritual

    All Saints, Worship: 11.7.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 26:07

    Sara Olson-Smith preaches during All Saints from John Chapter 11. Pastor Olson-Smith preaches about taking a threshold pause as a spiritual practice, stopping and pausing as we step out of one place and into the next, one way of being into another, a time to stop and look back so we can step forward with freedom and intention. When we are stuck and buried by our grief, Jesus helps move us into some kind of new, hopeful now.For All the SaintsText: William W. How, 1823–1897; Music: Ralph Vaughan Williams, 1872–1958. Music © Oxford University Press. Used by permission under OneLicense #A-710534. All rights reserved.Here I Am To WorshipWords & Music by Tim Hughes © 2000 Thankyou Music. Used with permission. CCLI License #2900188

    Season After Pentecost, Worship: 10.31.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 25:27

    Peter W. Marty preaches from the book of Romans from the Apostle Paul. In Christ Jesus, we get to trust that all will be right in the center of life, even when all feels wrong. It's all right. Behind this phrase are the murmurings of grace. All people sin and fall short of the glory of God, no exceptions, but through the righteousness of God, God brings us a gift through Jesus Christ. Everything is going to be all right in the life of Christ. A Mighty FortressText: Martin Luther, 1483–1546; tr. Lutheran Book of Worship. Music: Martin Luther, 1483–1546. Text © 1978 Lutheran Book of Worship, admin. Augsburg Fortress. Used by permission under OneLicense #A-710534. All rights reserved.Your Will Be Done / MayenziweArr. © 1990 Iona Community, admin. GIA Publications, Inc., 7404 S. Mason Ave., Chicago, IL 60638. www.giamusic.com. 800.442.3358. All rights reserved. Used by permission under OneLicense #A-710534

    Season After Pentecost, Worship: 10.24.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 25:08

    Peter W. Marty preaches from the book of Mark Chapter 10 and shares about establishing habits and practices that shape who we are, including our faith. When faith becomes second nature, it is truly beautiful. You have to train and work your spiritual muscles. Learn the fundamentals of trust, know them, practice them, then let them wail! Amazing GraceText: John Newton. Music: New Britain

    Season After Pentecost, Worship: 10.17.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 22:21

    Katy Warren preaches on Mark Chapter 10 beginning with verse 35. Pastor Katy reflects on the thought that if Jesus is the answer, what is the question? Is it your search for peace, hope, meaning, and purpose? Or is it possible that Jesus is the question and we become part of the answer? What does God hope for my life?Micah's SongText: Micah 6:8 Music: Bill Campbell © 1999 Bill Campbell. Used with Permission.

    Season After Pentecost, Worship: 10.10.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 26:56

    Peter W. Marty preaches on St. Mark's Gospel Chapter 10. We can have huge resources but can be missing something vitally in us. What about the things we cannot buy? You cannot buy more time, you can't buy your way out of shame or loneliness. The richest things in life have nothing to do with money. All My Hope on God Is FoundedText: Joachim Neander, 1650-1680; para. Robert Bridges, 1844-1930, alt. Music: Herbert Howells, 1892-1983.  Music © 1968 Novello & Co., Limited, London, United Kingdom. All rights reserved. International Copyright Secured. Used by permission under OneLicense #A-710534. Your Grace Is EnoughWords and Music by Matt Maher © 2003 Thankyou Music | SpiritandSong.com. Used with permission. CCLI License # 2900188

    Season After Pentecost, Worship: 10.3.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 23:01

    Katy Warren preaches about the story of Job and bad days. Sometimes there is no justification as to why sometimes we have bad days. “Who has decided to walk beside us in the darkest of valleys?” On days when it is difficult to find something good, the sharing of gratitude lifts our spirits, focusing on those that bring us joy even during terrible, horrible, no good days. God, When Human Bonds are BrokenText: Fred Kaan; Music: William H. Monk; Text © 1989 Hope Publishing Company. All rights reserved. Used by permission under OneLicense #A-710534.Open the Eyes of My Heart, LordWords & Music by Paul Baloche, © 1997 Integrity's Hosanna! Music. Used with permission. CCLI License #2900188

    Season After Pentecost, Worship: 9.26.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 22:30

    There are few things in our lives that hold more power than words. The conversations we share, the stories we tell, and the ideas we express all influence our sense of being and belonging. The Book of James invites us to consider how our words shape our sense of community and faith - and pushes us to ponder the power of prayer. Megan Eide preaching. James 5:13-17Hold Us Together: Words & Music by Matt Maher and Steve Wilson© Beaux Music | Skyline Apartments | spiritandsong.com | Thankyou Music Used with permission. CCLI License #2900188

    Season After Pentecost, Worship: 9.19.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 24:48

    There is something very human about our desire to measure ourselves against other people. To compare and compete, to see who's bigger, better, best. Jesus' friends had their own debates about who was the greatest. And in response, Jesus does something pretty surprising. Pastor Sara Olson-Smith preaches on how Jesus turns our competing, our comparing - everything - upside down. Mark 9: 30-37.Follow YouWords & Music by Leeland Mooring, Jack Mooring and Ed Cash, © 2009 Meaux Mercy (Admin. by EMI Christian Music Publishing), Meaux Jeaux (Admin. by EMI Christian Music Publishing), and Alletrop Music (Admin. by Music Services), CCLI License #2900188

    Season After Pentecost, Worship: 9.12.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 25:42

    The mouth figures prominently in scripture as the organ with which we sing, praise, and bless God. In this episode, Peter W. Marty looks at our individual capacity to speak such kind and blessed words on the one hand, and such cruel or mistaken words on the other -- and how difficult it is to take back our words. James 3:1-5a, 9-11.Give Me Your EyesWords & Music by Jason Ingram and Brandon Heath © 2007 All Essential Music | Peertunes | Ltd. Windsor Way Music | Sitka 6 Music. Used with permission. CCLI License #2900188

    Season After Pentecost, Worship: 9.5.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 22:38

    When it comes to preferences, think about all the things you favor in a given day. Pastor Katy Warren preaches that when it comes to matters of faith, the Letter of James has some different thoughts on showing favoritism. Our task as Christians is to show compassion in intentional ways and share God's love and care for all people -- particularly those left out on the margins. Preaching text: James 2:1-10, 14-17.O God of Mercy, God of LightText: Godfrey Thring, alt. Music: Joseph Barnby; arr. hymnal version, Arr. © 2006 Augsburg Fortress. Used by permission under OneLicense #A-710534.All the People Said AmenWords and Music by Matt Maher, Paul Moak, and Trevor Morgan © 2013 Thankyou Music | Valley of Songs Music. Used with permission. CCLI License #2900188

    Season After Pentecost, Worship: 8.29.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 26:17

    Pastor Peter W. Marty preaches on the importance of commandments and their interpretation - especially to a religious and moral life. Living out God's commandments in thoughtful ways is basic to walking and talking with God. Deuteronomy 4:1-9Everlasting GodWords & Music by Brenton Brown & Ken Riley, © 2005 Thankyou Music. Used With Permission. CCLI License #2900188

    Season After Pentecost, Worship: 8.22.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 22:43

    Pastor Sara Olson-Smith preaches on moving and living with intention to make us come alive with meaning, purpose, and joy. As the school year begins, we have a new beginning to step back and ask ourselves, “Who are we going to be this fall? What will be our priorities?” Choose today who you will serve.  To Be Your PresenceText: Delores Dufner Music: Charles V. Stanford. Text © 2000 GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used by permission under OneLicense #A-710534.

    Season After Pentecost, Worship: 8.15.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 26:08


    Pastor Peter A. Pettit preaches John 6:51-59. The first of seven “I am” sayings and how God relates to the world and people through Jesus. “I am the living bread that came down from heaven.” 10,000 ReasonsWords and Music by Jonas Myrin and Matt Redman © 2011 Atlas Music; Said and Done Music; Sixsteps Music; ThankYou Music. Used with permission. CCLI License #2900188


    Season After Pentecost, Worship: 8.8.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2021 26:52

    Pastor Peter W. Marty preaches on character and personality. You are not your reputation, your possessions, or your skill set but are in fact your character. Walking in God's ways means what we do in the name of God in regards to our character.  Words & Music by Neil Robins © 2009 Sojourn Community Church. Used with permission. CCLI License #2900188.

    Season After Pentecost, Worship: 8.1.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2021 24:26


    Pastor Sara Olson-Smith preaches on growth during the Season after Pentecost. We are a forest of faith that helps nurture us and grow into a deeper love of God and each other. Diversity is our greatest superpower to growth.We All Are One in Mission Text: Rusty Edwards, b. 1955; Music: Finnish folk tune; arr. hymnal version. Text © 1986 Hope Publishing Company; Arr. © 2006 Augsburg Fortress. All rights reserved. Used by permission under OneLicense #A-710534. Kindness Words and music: Chris Tomlin, Louie Giglio, and Jesse Reeves. © 2000 worshiptogether.com songs | sixsteps Music. Used with permission. CCLI License #2900188.


    Season After Pentecost, Worship: 7.25.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2021 23:35

    During the Season after Pentecost, Pastor Peter W. Marty preaches on hunger and the anxieties surrounding scarcity with a reading from 2 Kings 4:42-44. “Wherever there is plenty of God in your life, there is plenty of everything else. And wherever this is a shortage of God in your life, you can expect other things to be missing as well.”River of MercyWords and Music by Paul Frantsen © 1998 Cross the Sky Music Used with permission. CCLI License #2900188Sent Forth By God's BlessingText: Omer Westendorf; Music: Welsh Folk Tune.Text © 1964 World Library Publications. Used by permission under OneLicense #A-710534.

    Season After Pentecost, Worship: 7.18.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2021 22:41

    During the Season after Pentecost, Pastor Katy Warren preaches on resetting your life through the words of Mark. At some point, everyone is in need of a reset in our lives, to discover God's grace, love, and compassion. Music by Chris Nelson and an original piece by Bill Campbell with Open Spirit.  Garden of My SoulMusic by Bill Campbell, Music by Bill & Michelle Campbell. © 1999 by William Campbell Music. Used with permission. CCLI License #2900188.

    Season After Pentecost, Podcast Worship: 7.11.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2021 26:49


    In Pastor Hayden's final service, he talks about what makes an experience formative. Hayden speaks about his experiences over the last two years in the pastoral residency program at St. Paul. Hayden gives his farewell to the congregation. Music from Chris Nelson, Bill Campbell, and Open Spirit. ELW 769 If You But Trust in God to Guide YouText: Georg Neumark; Music: Georg Neumark; Text © 1978, 2006 Augsburg Fortress. All rights reserved. Used by permission under OneLicense #A-710534 Blessed Be Your NameWords & music by Matt Redman and Beth Redman © 2002 Thankyou Music. Used with permission. CCLI License #2900188


    Season after Pentecost; Worship: 6.27.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2021 39:45

    Season after Pentecost, Katy Warren preaches during the concluding online worship service. God's love shows up, again and again, every morning without fail. This scripture addresses those who are looking for some sense of peace and God's constant goodness among us. We meet and share the peace with some new friends during the Children's Message.All Who Are Thirsty (first used 8/2/20)Words and Music by Brenton Brown and Glenn Robertson © 1998 Vineyard Songs. Used with permission. CCLI License #2900188ELW 733 Great Is Thy FaithfulnessText: Thomas O. Chisholm, 1866-1960. Music: William M. Runyan, 1870-1957 Text and music © 1923, Ren. 1951 Hope Publishing Company. Used by permission under OneLicense #A-710534. All rights reserved.

    Season after Pentecost, Worship: 6.20.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2021 40:15

    During the Season after Pentecost, Pastor Peter W. Marty preaches on weathering storms and approaching each other just as we are. God leads us into storms and also through the still waters of life. Pastor Hayden's children's message describes what items make us feel safe, protected, and peaceful during a storm and throughout the storms in our lives.

    Season after Pentecost, Worship: 6.13.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2021 39:50

    During the Season after Pentecost, Peter W. Marty preaches on how we unintentionally see the world through our own experiences which can sometimes lead to selfishness. Paul says we can see the world through our own perspective or we can see the world through the perspective of Jesus Christ so we can experience a more beautiful existence. Andy and Haley join for the Children's Message to make old things new.Raspberries     William Campbell©2011 William Campbell Music. Used with permissionMusic: Your Grace Is EnoughWords and Music by Matt Maher © 2003 Thankyou Music | SpiritandSong.com. Used with permission. CCLI License # 2900188

    Season After Pentecost, Worship: 6.6.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2021 43:22

    Pastor Hayden Kvamme preaches on the Apostle Paul and resurrection moments in our lives and what makes life good even during our darkest times. Pastor Hayden likens this scripture to us having an emergency contact we would entrust our lives to in difficult times. Pastor Sara tries to pack a few special items to take on her trip. Open the Eyes of My Heart, LordWords & Music by Paul Baloche © 1997 Integrity's Hosanna! Music. Used with permission. CCLI License #2900188ELW #665 Rise, Shine, You People!Text: Ronald A. Klug, b. 1939, alt. Music: Dale Wood, 1934-2003. Text and music © 1974 Augsburg Publishing House, admin. Augsburg Fortress. Used by permission under OneLicense #A-710534. All rights reserved.Everlasting GodWords & Music by Brenton Brown & Ken Riley © 2005 Thankyou Music. Used With Permission. CCLI License #2900188 

    Season After Pentecost, Worship: 5.30.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2021 42:37

    Season after Pentecost, Pastor Peter W. Marty preaches on Moses and the ten commandments. We reflect on the word Sabbath and the importance of rest. Pastor Hayden Kvamme shares a message with the kids on seeing things through other people’s eyes.Give Me Your EyesWords & Music by Jason Ingram and Brandon Heath © 2007 All Essential Music | Peertunes | Ltd. Windsor Way Music | Sitka 6 Music. Used with permission. CCLI License #2900188

    Day of Pentecost, Worship: 5.23.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2021 43:39


    On the Day of Pentecost, Pastor Sara Olson-Smith preaches on Romans Chapter 8 about The Holy Spirit and expanding our metaphors for the Holy Spirit. “This spirit knows us far better than we know ourselves, knows our pregnant condition, and keeps us present before God.” Chris Nelson takes Peter Marty on a tour of the organ. Musical performances by the St. Paul Chorale, Music Staff, Open Spirit, and Chris Nelson. Holy Spirit, ComeWords & Music by William Campbell © 2007 William Campbell Music. Used with permission. CCLI License #2900188Come Down, O Love Divine    David Ashley White © 1999 Selah Publishing Co., Inc. Used by permission under OneLicense #A-710534. All rights reserved.Hold Us TogetherWords & Music by Matt Maher and Steve Wilson © Beaux Music | Skyline Apartments | spiritandsong.com | Thankyou Music. Used with permission. CCLI License #2900188


    Seventh Sunday of Easter: Worship, 5.16.21

    Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2021 37:31

    On the seventh Sunday of Easter, Peter A. Pettit preaches. "Your blessing, O Lord, is in your very name, your name above all other names. Your name speaks mercy, grace, and compassion into our lives." The Chorale sings.

    The Sixth Sunday of Easter Worship, 5.9.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2021 46:52

    On the sixth Sunday of Easter, Peter W. Marty preaches on the Scripture of John regarding love and friendship. A very special goodbye to our wonderful Destiny Ellingsworth. The children and youth choirs sing.Good Christian Friends, Rejoice and Sing!     Paul Manz© 1974, 1990, and 2011 Birnamwood Publications. Used by permission under OneLicense #A-710534. All rights reservedEverybody Praise Him!            Jeff Reeves© 2019 Hal Leonard LLC. Used by permission under OneLicense #A-710534. All rights reservedTake, Oh Take Me As I AmText & Music by John Bell. © 1995 WGRG the Iona Community (Scotland), admin. GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used by permission under OneLicense #A-710534.You Are Mine  David Haas© 1991 GIA Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Used by permission under OneLicense #A-710534.Good Christian Friends, Rejoice and Sing!Text: Cyril A. Alington, 1872–1955, alt., Music: Melchior Vulpius, 1570–1615Text © 1952, ren. 1980 Hymns Ancient & Modern (admin. Hope Publishing Company, Carol Stream, IL 60188). All rights reserved. Used by permission under OneLicense #A-710534.The Lord Bless You and Keep You      John Rutterwords and music © 1981 Hinshaw Music, Inc. Used by permission under OneLicense #A-710534. All rights reserved.All Creatures Worship God Most High Words: St. Francis of Assisi, 1225; tr. composite; Music: Geistliche Kirchengesänge, 1623; arr. Bill Campbell

    Fifth Sunday of Easter: Worship, 5.2.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2021 38:16


    On the Fifth Sunday of Easter, Hayden Kvamme preaches. "May your whole life be nurtured and filled by the resurrection joy of Jesus our Lord, and may God's blessing bear much fruit in every encounter into which the Spirit leads you. Amen."Garden of My SoulWords by Michelle Campbell & William Campbell Music by William Campbell © 2000 by William Campbell MusicELW #377 Alleluia! Jesus Is Risen!Text: Herbert F. Brokering, b. 1926-2009; Music: David N. Johnson, 1922–1987.Text © 1995 Augsburg Fortress. Music © 1969 Contemporary Worship 1, admin. Augsburg Fortress.Used by permission under OneLicense #A-710534. All rights reservedELW #388 Be Not AfraidText: Matthew 28:5; Taizé Community Music: Jacques Berthier. Text and music © 1998 Les Presses de Taizé, GIA Publications, Inc. Used by permission under OneLicense #A-710534. All rights reserved.Love the LordWords & Music by Lincoln Brewster © 2005 Integrity's Praise! Music. Used with permission. CCLI License #2900188


    Fourth Sunday of Easter: Worship, 4.25.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2021 47:16


    On the Fourth Sunday of Easter, Pastor Sara Olson-Smith preaches. "As you step with courage into these new days- go in the care and keeping our Good Shepherd, who came that you might have life and have it abundantly, and who might just lead you into amazing and unexpected relationships. And May God, our Creator, Savior, and Spirit, bless you today and forever. Amen."Savior, like a Shepherd Lead Us, setting by Walter L. PelzSetting © 2018 Augsburg Fortress. Used by permission under OneLicense #A-710534. All rights reserved.Here I Am to WorshipWords & Music by Tim Hughes © 2000 Thankyou Music. Used with permission. CCLI License #2900188ForeverWords & Music by Chris Tomlin © 2001 worshiptogether.com songs | sixsteps Music. Used with permission. CCLI License #2900188.


    Worship, 4.18.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2021 42:58

    Pastor Peter A. Pettit preaches on the Third Sunday of Easter. "As we move on through this Easter season, living out our Easter lives and the newness that God gives us, may the Father of our Risen Lord confirm you in faith, renew you in hope, and empower you in love. Amen."

    Second Sunday of Easter: Worship, 4.11.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2021 41:15

    Peter Marty preaches on the Second Sunday of Easter. "May the Lord help us all discover that we are not what we own, but we are what we have been given, and we also are what we share."

    Easter Sunday: Worship, 4.4.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2021 54:01

    Peter Marty preaches on Easter Sunday. "Without God emptying out a grave one morning, and resurrecting a lifeless corpse in the process, there would be no New Testament, no Church, and no Christianity. But God’s extraordinary power exhibited then continues now in our day. So, we say with great joy: Christ is risen. He is risen indeed. Alleluia!"

    Good Friday: Worship, 4.2.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2021 48:44

    Peter Marty preaches on Good Friday. "In the ancient world, heroes were heroic and victims were pitiable. But the crucifixion of Jesus changed all that. Enter into the power of the suffering love of Jesus by centering yourself in the somber realities of this difficult but “good” day for believing people."

    Palm Sunday: Worship, 3.28.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 27, 2021 46:52

    Hayden Kvamme preaches on Palm Sunday. "As we walk with Jesus to the foot of the cross this week, may God's love poured out for you fill you with faith, and love, and humility, that you might live strengthened by God's Spirit."

    Fifth Sunday in Lent: Worship, 3.21.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2021 45:38

    Peter Marty preaches on the fifth Sunday in Lent. "May the blessing of God, who reminds us that our life in Christ can be a source of joy and hope to others, fill us with real peace."

    Fourth Sunday in Lent: Worship, 3.14.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2021 46:31

    Sara Olson-Smith preaches on the fourth Sunday in Lent. "This is God's promise to you: You are made whole by God's amazing grace and loved with a never stopping, never giving up always and forever love. So now, let that love flow through you so that the ripples of God's grace bring goodness to all you encounter. And may God, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, bless you now and forever. Amen."

    Third Sunday in Lent: Worship, 3.7.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2021 42:18

    Katy Warren preaches on the third Sunday in Lent. At St. Paul, we aspire to more than individual spirituality. We value “the center.” We ground our lives in the glories of worship, each and every week. Together, we listen for God. We sing songs of praise. We discover hope. We give thanks. We welcome all.

    Second Sunday in Lent: Worship, 2.28.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2021 47:17

    Peter Marty preaches on the second Sunday in Lent. At St. Paul, we aspire to more than individual spirituality. We value “the center.” We ground our lives in the glories of worship, each and every week. Together, we listen for God. We sing songs of praise. We discover hope. We give thanks. We welcome all.

    First Sunday in Lent: Worship, 2.21.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 20, 2021 43:20

    Hayden Kvamme preaches on the first Sunday in Lent. At St. Paul, we aspire to more than individual spirituality. We value “the center.” We ground our lives in the glories of worship, each and every week. Together, we listen for God. We sing songs of praise. We discover hope. We give thanks. We welcome all.

    Ash Wednesday: Worship, 2.17.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 17, 2021 38:47

    Peter Marty preaches on this Ash Wednesday. "Remember that you are dust and to dust, you shall return. May the life, death, and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ allow each of us to live fully and confidently in the wonder, sorrow, joy, and suffering of life. Amen."

    Transfiguration Sunday: Worship, 2.14.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 14, 2021 44:18

    Sara Olson-Smith preaching. "May God shine the light of glory into your heart. May Christ accompany you with grace and glitter. May the Spirit restore and renew you as you live with bold and courageous love. Amen."

    Fifth Sunday after the Epiphany: Worship, 2.7.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 7, 2021 37:00

    Katy Warren preaches. Hayden Kvamme and Chris Nelson go for a run. "May you be filled with hope that allows you to soar with wings like eagles. May God give you strength to run and not grow weary. May you be blessed with faith that enables you to walk and not faint."

    Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany: Worship, 1.31.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2021 42:25

    Peter Marty preaches. "May the spirit of the Lord teach you what the authority of love can look like in your life. May the blessing of almighty God, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit be upon you and remain with you always. Amen."

    Third Sunday after the Epiphany: Worship, 1.24.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2021 45:02

    Peter Pettit preaches and Peter Marty gets interrupted while working. "May the call of God resonate deep within you. May Christ, who lives in you by baptism, empower you to respond. May the Holy Spirit hold you together with all God's people in the unity of the kingdom."

    Second Sunday after the Epiphany: Worship, 1.17.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2021 43:26

    Peter Marty preaches. "May the Lord who knows you and loves you, both at the same time, bring you health and wholeness, which is all the inspiration you need to give your life away."

    The Baptism of our Lord: Worship, 1.10.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2021 41:17

    Katy Warren preaches. "Now may the peace of God reign in your heart, may the love of Christ be beside you in times of struggle, and may the Holy Spirit name you as God's beloved, today and always."

    Second Sunday of Christmas: Worship, 1.3.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2021 34:50

    Hayden Kvamme preaches; Katy Warren talks with Olivia and Ben about where to see God. "May God's life fill you abundantly, the light of Christ shine in you brightly, and the spirit of God secure you in bold love."

    First Sunday of Christmas: Worship, 12.27.2020

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2020 46:40

    Sara Olson-Smith preaches; Katy Warren talks with Nancy Ingelson and Pat Koranda about each of their grandkids. Wintertime and Christmas music are featured. "As you go in peace, surrounded by the songs of the saints, remember that Jesus, Emmanuel, is here with us, in the midst of our beautiful and broken world.

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