Sermons by Rev. Drew Colby

Catastrophe: a God who Stays

September 18, 2022 – Pastor Drew brings today’s message: As soon as God creates humanity we fail. You may know the story of Adam and Eve and the “forbidden fruit,” but in this and several other Biblical catastrophes we are invited to focus not on the shame of humanity’s track record, but the miracle of…

Creation: In the beginning, God said…

September 11, 2022 – Pastor Drew brings today’s message: We begin our “The Old Testament in 7 Sundays” series with Creation. It may be familiar to you, it may not. Regardless it’s the first story the Old Testament tells, and even in the beginning, it’s a story that tells us good news about who God…

Jesus and an Older Adult

September 4, 2022 – Pastor Drew brings today’s message. One of the Bible’s most famous verses, John 3:16, comes in the context of a conversation Jesus had in the middle of the night with an old man wrestling with questions of faith, and doubt. Jesus gave him the gospel. He gives it to us too.

Jesus and a Family of Three

August 28, 2022 – Pastor Drew brings the message this week. In this week’s scripture Jesus interacts with more than one generation, a man born blind, and his parents too. In this story religious leaders inquire “Who sinned, this man or his parents?” Jesus’ response suggests that maybe that’s the wrong question to ask.

Jesus and the Little Children

August 7, 2022 – Pastor Drew reminds us that in Jesus’ love, nobody gets left out. In fact we have stories of Jesus loving people of every generation. This Sunday we notice the love of Jesus for children, and hear the good news that what belongs to Jesus he gives to them, and to us…

Hidden for Healing

July 31, 2022 – Pastor Drew brings today’s message: Near the end of Colossians Paul writes to the church with the strange good news that “you have died, and your life is now hidden with Christ in God.” He goes on to suggest that the kind of hiding we’ve been offered is not just for…