Podcasts

This is from the March 25th service.

This is from the March 11th service.

This is the sermon from the February 25th service.

This is the sermon from the January 14th service.

This is the sermon from the December 17th service.

This is the sermon from the October 22nd service.

This is the sermon from the June 25th service.

This is the sermon from the May 12th service.

This is the sermon from the March 12th service.

This is the sermon from the January 9th service.

This is the sermon from the December 12th service.

This is the Chanukah Reflection from the December 12th Service.

This is from the November 28th Living Interfaith Service.

This is from my guest sermon on November 1st.

This is from our September 12th service.

 

This is from our June 27th service.

This is from our June 13th, 2015 service.  It marks Steven’s return after heart surgery.

 

This is from our December 13th, 2014 service.

This is from our October 11th, 2014 service.

This is from our September 27th, 2014 service.

This is from our September 13th, 2014 service.

This is from our April 27th, 2014 service.

This is from our February 9th, 2014 service.

This is from our January 26th, 2014 service.

Here is our first podcast.  We’ll be adding more soon.

For most browsers, click on the “play” button to hear the podcast.  For IE, the link below will take you to the page where the podcast is hosted.  You can then click to hear the podcast, or click to download it for your mp3 player.

Our second podcast.  Service date, September 22, 2013

This is from our October 27th service. Sorry for the delay. We’re still learning how to do this!

 

This is from our November 24th service.

 

This is from our December 8th service.

 

3 Responses to Podcasts

  1. Yesel Trillo Ordonez says:

    Hi, I just wanted to say I am so glad I found this religion. I am a 17-year-old from Jacksonville, North Carolina. I have always believed in tolerance and compassion for other religions and not to judge for face value. I have always explained myself just as your podcasts display this religion. I now know how to identify myself, even though I am many miles away. I know your church may not be filled with numbers, but the passion and love for your beliefs is what makes us unique. I hope to continue the podcast listening, in hopes that one day I can go to your church. Keep on marching, your getting somewhere!

  2. Crystal Stevens says:

    Hi there! I just wanted to take a moment and say that I am so happy to have come across this website. I grew up in the “Bible Belt”…. and though I’ve always found truth within the Christian faith… I have also always found truth in other places as well. I stopped “going to church” about ten years ago because I became increasingly “fed up” with the politics and dogma of the churches I visited. I felt that, in all honesty… “going to church” was making me a poorer Christian. In my mind… Christianity, or the faith that I believed in, centered around “the words in red”… or the words of Jesus, himself. If anyone focuses on those, for even a short while, they will see that they are all centered on the idea that love is the most important thing we can do or be within our lifetimes. I often think on the “Seven Woes” in the book of Matthew.. (Matthew 23:1-36).. “27 “Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! For you are like whitewashed tombs, which outwardly appear beautiful, but within are full of dead people’s bones and all uncleanness. 28 So you also outwardly appear righteous to others, but within you are full of hypocrisy and lawlessness.” These comments, to me, are equally relevant to today’s religious leaders of any faith. The message is clear… love your God with all of your heart…. and the only other law is to love your neighbor as yourself. All the rest is… man’s interpretation of what he thinks God wants. (Which is valid to the point that it only applies to the man who “figured it out”.)

    Anyway, without getting into theological discussion, I just wanted to say that I am excited about what you, as a congregation, are doing. Also, I don’t live close enough to visit the church on a regular basis, but I would love to follow along with your sermons and such. If there is any way to make each sermon a podcast, or record them via video, I would extremely appreciative. I know I am only one person… but I am positive that doing this would be beneficial to your message and church, in general, as well. This is a message I want to see spread. Love, compassion, and acceptance. I certainly know that the “main man” of my path, Jesus, would wholeheartedly approve. 🙂

    Thanks again!

    Crystal

    • steven says:

      Thanks, Crystal. And thanks so much for “getting” that embracing Interfaith does not mean you are in any way that you are putting your Christianity aside.

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