Join us this Pentacost Sunday as we hear a sermon from our new Minister to Students, Rev. Alison Fitzgerald, that continues our sermon series about fierce women in the Bible. This week is focused on Mary Magdalene and the way that history hasn't treated her kindly.
Join us as we gather together as a community of faith in the protective shelter of God’s healing love to pour out our grief, release our anger, to face our emptiness, and to know, above all else that God cares for us, hold us in the palm of his hand and sustain us.
This week, Rev. Dr. Russ Peterman preached on the story of Rahab.
Her’s may not be a familiar story to many of us. It is not read much in church. Rahab’s story is found in the book of Joshua and plays a key role in the battle of Jericho. When going through her story, we will find is that her life is not easily defined; she’s complex.
She was not just a hero. She was smart, cunning, and faithful. She was fierce.
Our anthem this week was performed by the Singing Girls of Texas choir with our own Janet Pummill on piano.