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A Dramatic Story

Every two years, MPC has a Yule Feast on Twelfth Night, where the Sanctuary is turned into a dining hall. This gives the subsequent Sunday service an unusual format, with pairs of pews sharing tables so congregants are facing each other. And naturally, this makes the sermon more interactive. Rev. Talitha discusses the dramatic events after the birth of Jesus, including the…

The Other Side of Christmas

On New Year’s Eve, guest preacher Rev. Keith Geckeler reminds us, as we move beyond the Christmas glow into our everyday life, that God has lived with our fears and struggles, and is not defeated by them.

On Christmas and Advent, Play Your Part

On the first Sunday of Advent, Rev. Ben preaches on Corinthians 1:12, reminding us to experience Advent in whatever way works for us, and to strenghthen ourselves so that we may all be spiritually strong. Read Corinthians 1:12 on Bibles.org

Thanksgiving sermon

In giving thanks, we resist a corporate culture of covetousness and gain a sense of personal well-being. Be grateful for your own good fortune even when others are less fortunate.