Members of the congregation shared stories about Jean Putnam during the sermon part of today’s service.
05/13/2018 – Pastor Garrison, Barbara Foster, Susan Sobehrad, Audrey DeVault, Julia Brabenec, Patricia McGee, Taffy Walker, Sarah Shoemaker – Stepping stones of faith: life…Mothering Sunday
04/22/2018 – Pastor Garrison, Sue and John Sobehrad, and the Trinity Choir – Stepping stones of faith: courage
Pastor Phil was away on February 11, 2018. A Hymn Sing by the choir and congregation was led by Kathy Williams. Prayers were led by Barbara Foster. The music and special readings for this service can be found under the “Recordings” tab.
01/07/2018 – Pastor Garrison – “Look Twice: An Epiphany Meditation” by Elizabeth Myer Boulton, as adapted and retold by Pastor Garrison
10/29/2017 – Pastor Garrison, Will Thomas, Gail Trill, Doug McInnes, Audrey DeVault- Saints in our lives
06/11/2017 – Pastor Garrison, Carlyle Roberts, Nancy Fitzgerald – How we got here and where we are headed
02/26/2017 – Pastor Garrison, Annette Deibel, Bill Plachetzki, Jackie Berz, Rev.John Cermak -Transforming Moments
In honor of Martin Luther King Day, we heard these words from “I have a dream.”
10/30/2016 -Pastor Garrison -Two conversations: More about the paradox within us, a conversation about saints.
Which three of you or me is needed now, a conversation about the story of John
SEVEN WEEK SERIES: “OUTSIDERS” – A theme from the Gospel of Luke
08/21/2016 – Pastor Garrison, Julia Brabenec, Joe Thatcher, Terry Gremel, Bob Zwemer -Four Prayers in thanksgiving for the seasons
The text of Dr. Love’s sermon: Dr. Ann Marie Love – 7:31:2016 sermon
FIVE WEEK SERIES: “GIFTS OF THE SPIRIT FOR THE JOURNEY” 7/24-8/28
Includes a reading of four of Connie Wanek’s (Rival Gardens) “Mrs God” poems
The five “Mrs. God” poems may be found within the Poems page (dropdown menu under Sermons)
FIVE WEEK SERIES: “CHRIST IS COMING TO MAKE ALL THINGS NEW” 6/19-7/17
10/04/2015 – Pastor Garrison, Suzanne Landes, Andy Thomas, Terry Gremel, Al Wrisley – Why Trinity Matters in Northport
Thank you, Bill Belko, for an inspired and inspiring sermon reminding us that “we are a work in progress. We are not finished. We are more than we have come to believe that we are. ” Yes. “Transformation and growth require us to pull up the stakes, the boundaries, that are keeping us bound in prejudice and despair. The spiritual life does not turn on the hinge of conformity.” Preach on Bill Belko!